The broad network of nearly 60 National Committees, which brings together a wide range of over 630 organizations, continues to raise awareness on family farming among the general public and policy makers alike.
The XIII United Nations Inter-agency Round Table on Communication for Development (UNRT) is currently taking place at FAO Headquarters in Rome, Italy (16-18 September 2014)
Loretta di Simone speaks about her family farm, and the importance of youth and innovation in the future of family farming.
Moving towards concerted action on communication, community media and information and communication technologies (ICTs) for family farming
FAO and the Executive Secretariat of the Central American Agricultural Council organized a forum to discuss public policies that encourage family farming
Under the project "Agrocadenas Centoramérica" and taking advantage of the celebration of the International Year of Family Farming, the "Central American Forum on Public Policies for the Inclusion of Family Farming in Value Chains Systems” is being held in Panama City. This event aims to provide a special venue for training,[...]
On 14 August, in light of the 2014 International Year of Family Farming, the United Nations Postal Administration (UNPA) issued six stamps to promote the theme of family farming.
By improving vital infrastructure, a government-led initiative to help transform agriculture into a vibrant commercial sector has boosted local production and helped farmers strengthen their links to the market.
The Fin4Ag conference took place in Nairobi from 14 to 18 July to share cutting-edge knowledge on enabling financing for investments in African agriculture.
International Year of Family Farming (IYFF) National Committees around the globe continue to improve conditions for family and small-scale farmers in a variety of ways by helping them achieve their full potential
Stefano Grazioli tells the story of his family business and explains the contribution that beekeepers and apiculture make to food production, family farming and to the environment.