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المنتدى العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية

Topic: Rural development

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Social farming (also called care farming): an innovative approach for promoting women’s economic empowerment, decent rural employment and social inclusion. What works in developing countries?

Social farming (also called care farming) is an innovative approach for promoting women’s economic empowerment, rural employment and the social inclusion of vulnerable people. The aim of the discussion is to gather examples of the use of care farming in developing countries. 

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المبادئ الخاصة بالاستثمارات الزراعية المسؤولة – لجنة الأمن الغذائي العالمي

تُعتبر الاستثمارات المسؤولة في الزراعة، لا سيما في زراعة أصحاب الحيازات الصغيرة، عنصراً أساسياً للحدّ من الفقر وخلق فرص عمل كريم وتعزيز الأمن الغذائي والتغذية وكفالة الاستدامة البيئية. ويمكن للاستثمارات الزراعية أنّ تولّد مجموعة واسعة من المنافع الإنمائية. لكنّ هذا يفترض بها أن تكون استثمارات مسؤولة وموجهة بشكل خاص نحو تحقيق تلك المنافع بموازاة سعيها إلى تجنّب أي تداعيات سلبية ممكنة

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Indigenous methods of food preparation: what is their impact on food security and nutrition?

Communities use knowledge that is passed from generation to generation to prepare their food. Each technique and has its very peculiar implications on the socio-economic dynamics of a typical rural household. Can we consider indigenous methods of food preparation as a viable means for achieving food security and nutrition in rural poor communities?

Food Security and Nutrition resources

Advancing Agroforestry on the Policy Agenda – A guide for decision-makers

Agroforestry systems include both traditional and modern land-use systems in which trees are managed together with crops and/or animal production systems in agricultural settings. Even though these benefits justify increased investment in the development of agroforestry systems, the sector is disadvantaged by adverse policies, legal constraints and a lack of coordination between the governmental sectors to which it contributes.
Food Security and Nutrition resources

Pakistan - Priority areas for investment in the agricultural sector

Pakistan has great potential in agriculture. About 27 percent of the total 79.6 million hectares of the country is under cultivation. Agriculture contributes about 24 percent of the GDP and employs 47 percent of the labour force. Most subsectors of agriculture have either remained static or have...

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