In this section we invite you to discover factsheets, newsletters, articles, publications, CD-ROMs, audiovisual files and e-learning courses.
The factsheets developed by the Programme can have several different forms:
• Information fact sheets: summary (often a double-sided page) highlighting the salient points of an experiment or a good practice. It should not be exhaustive, but should contain technical or other information.
• Experience fact sheets: documentation of an experiment showing (i) the process used for its implementation and (ii) the lessons learned after the analysis of constraints and key success factors.
• Good practice fact sheets: documentation of a validated and repeated practice, using the template (for documentation of good practices) as a checklist from the beginning of the experiment(s).
• Methodological fact sheets: documentation of gender-sensitive participatory methodology used during an action, or a series of activities on the same topic. The control fact sheet is a checklist, whereas the methodological guide or training manual or learning module are much more detailed support materials, specifying the process step by step.
• Concept notes: A written discussion of a concept, synthesizing the salient aspects of the concept, and may include definitions, approaches and potential applications.
• Case studies: Detailed analysis of a practice or a situation which allows illustration of a concept, a hypothesis, a problem or a diagnosis.
The newsletters are published by Dimitra and summarize Programme activities, as well as those of its partner organizations and other organizations of civil society.
The articles are those published by the Programme in other newspapers.
The publications are those of FAO, produced by the Programme or in partnership.
The CD-ROMs are those of the Programme.
The audiovisual files are films produced by the Programme, radio broadcasts and photos of our activities.
The online courses were selected because they were developed with the technical or financial support of the Programme, or because they include methodologies for knowledge sharing, for communication or for information management.