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المطبوعات

Type: Publications
Year: 2019

Two Maasai pastoralists have been instrumental in boosting small-scale subsistence agriculture and improving the nutrition and health of their families and communities in Kajiado County.

 

 

Type: Publications
Year: 2018

The main objective of this report is to provide a regional synthesis of the current climate change mitigation and adaptation commitments in the agriculture sectors of the Southern Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Asia (SEECA) region, as set forth in the NDCs, and to identify opportunities for enhancing mitigation and adaptation ambitions, capturing their synergies and leveraging climate finance and international support options in the region. It aims to guide international agencies – and policy makers and practitioners in the region – committed to providing the country support required for accelerating progress on and scaling up NDCs in the agriculture sectors, and ensuring that future commitments are clear, quantifiable, comparable, transparent and ambitious. 

Type: Publications
Year: 2018

The ten successful case studies presented here show how the CSA approach has been applied in the regional context to benefit both the agricultural sectors and farming communities. By definition, the CSA approach pursues three pillars: to sustainably increase agricultural productivity and improve farmers’ incomes; to build resilience and adaptation to climate change; and to reduce and/or remove GHG emissions, where possible.

Type: Publications
Year: 2018

In this discussion paper, twenty-one case studies of water management processes are analysed, using a non-representative literature survey, and checked to what extent they meet the requirements of the NBS implementation based on the criteria presented. It emerges that transdisciplinarity, stakeholder involvement, and well-designed funding schemes are important elements for successful implementation of NBS. Often, lengthy periods to organize participatory and transdisciplinary platforms are needed, which makes this process costly and as a result, complete implementation is often strained by funding shortages. 

Type: Publications
Year: 2018

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) estimates that 821 million people in the world today are chronically hungry. The 2018 edition of The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World (SOFI) cites the changing climate as a key driver behind this sudden rise in the global number of hungry people in the world. While no other sector is more vulnerable to extreme and volatile weather events, food and agriculture provide numerous opportunities to adapt to, mitigate and build resilience to climate change. Realizing the commitments that countries made to transform food systems and promote sustainable agriculture approaches can still deliver a world without hunger and malnutrition by 2030. This publication presents FAO’s key messages on climate change and food security. It includes examples of FAO’s support to countries so they are better able to adapt to the impacts of climate change in the agricultural sectors. It also brings together FAO’s most up-to-date knowledge on climate change, including the tools and methodologies used to support countries’ climate commitments and action plans.