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Family Farming Knowledge Platform

The Family Farming Knowledge Platform gathers digitized quality information on family farming from all over the world; including national laws and regulations, public policies, best practices, relevant data and statistics, researches, articles and publications.  

It provides a single access point for international, regional and national information related to family farming issues; integrating and systematizing existing information to better inform and provide knowledge-based assistance to policy-makers, family farmers’ organizations, development experts, as well as to stakeholders in the field and at the grassroots level. 

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Order No. 409/2015 amending the Regulation for basic payment regimes, agricultural activity beneficial to the climate and the environment, as well as payment for young farmers, specific aid for cotton and small-scale agriculture

This Order amends the Regulation for basic payment regimes, agricultural activity beneficial to the climate and the environment, as well as payment for young farmers, specific aid for cotton and small-scale agriculture. Amended articles deal with administrative and legal proceedings and the implementation of the basic...
Portugal
2015

Resources

Strengthening Capacity for Climate change adaptation in Lesotho

Food insecurity is considered a defining feature of poverty in Lesotho. The underlying root causes of the problem are linked to low level agricultural productivity and crop failures attributed to extreme events driven by climate change and variability and associated issues such as degradation of arable and rangelands and inefficient...
Lebanon
2014 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

From the field

Sub-urban food production systems in a Swiss agglomeration

The growing number of local agriculture initiatives and their diversity reflects the population's need to reconnect with basic values and their raising concern about sustainability. Alternative forms of (sub-) urban agriculture, such as direct selling, basket delivery services and community-supported agriculture (CSA) are developing. Are these initiatives specific, regarding “resilience”...
Switzerland
2014 - Rethink

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