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There are currently 1.8 billion young people between the ages of 10 and 24 in the world, the largest youth population ever. On the occasion of [...]

This publication demonstrates the benefits of neglected and underutilized species (NUS), including amaranth, sorghum and cowpea and their potential contribution to achieving Zero Hunger in South and Southeast Asia.

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 Released on the occasion of the 2nd International Symposium on Agroecology (3‒5 April 2018, Rome), this brochure presents FAO’s 10 elements of agroecology and looks at ways of scaling up this people-centred approach.

 

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With its focus on equity and the rights of women, youth, and indigenous peoples, agroecology is strongly supported by many stakeholders as a holistic approach to transforming food systems, as demonstrated in this publication.

 

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The 10 keys to operationalizing agroecology: diversity; co-creation and sharing of knowledge; synergies; efficiency; recycling; resilience; human and social values; culture and food traditions; responsible governance and circular and solidarity economy.

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