Tea does not start its existence in decorated tins or tidy tea bags. It comes from the leaves of Camellia sinensis, which is grown in more than 50 countries but mainly found in the fields of four – China, India, Kenya and Sri Lanka.
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The farmers clubs of Viet Nam are an example of a project that not only proved to be sustainable, but exceeded expectations by taking on a life of its own after the original project had ended.
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Although forests cover only a little more than 11 percent of Mongolia, they provide food and work for many people and they are critical to the environment.
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Two initiatives in South India.
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Incomes rise due to joint food security project.
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Ce dossier présente 21 unités de recherche de la région Languedoc-Roussillon regroupant plus de 1000 chercheurs qui se mobilisent, à travers tout ou partie de leurs activités, pour répondre, avec de nombreux partenaires, aux grands enjeux posés par le modèle des agricultures familiales, en France et dans le monde.
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In Bangladesh, roughly half the population depends on agriculture for its livelihood. However, farmers face many challenges to earning a living. One challenge is access – access to markets, information, agricultural technologies, and related services and public goods. Another challenge is the lack of awareness of individualfarmers of their basic[...]
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Farming and Food in Africa and the Mounting Battle over Land, Water and Resource Rights | UN Year of Family Farming | Africans Show the Way with a New Vision for Agriculture | CAADP at 10 | Water is a Missing Link in the Southern African Development Community | Promoting[...]
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