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2018
Author(s): FAO, World Bank
This document contains the economic and agricultural data underpinning the main report on Somalia's of the same name.  
2018
Author(s): FAO, World Bank
This overview , available in English and Somali, summarises the main report highlighting the challanges facing Somalia in its pursuit of economic development. These obstacles are characterized by weak institutions, insecurity, a persistent insurgency, dilapidated infrastructure, environmental degradation, and climate change. But , the report argues, real potential exists for sustainable agriculture sector recovery and growth.    To access the version of...
2018
Author(s): FAO, World Bank
Somalia faces major economic obstacles to economic development characterized by weak institutions, insecurity, a persistent insurgency, dilapidated infrastructure, environmental degradation, and climate change. But real potential exists for sustainable agriculture sector recovery and growth. This joint report from the World Bank and FAO provides the most recent comprehensive analytical report on Somalia’s agriculture sector in over a decade, shifting the...
November 2017
Author(s): Hilton, A, Wehrmann, B and Beall, E.
Serie(s): Guidelines
This publication provides detailed guidance to government authorities and others on actions they can take to help them to create an enabling environment for responsible and sustainable investments. It builds on FAO’s Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGT).
June 2017
Author(s): Santos, N., Prof. Dr. Hess, S., Dr. Jaghdani, T. J.
Climate change, rapidly rising demand and inefficient practices are contributing to the overexploitation of groundwater resources in Turkey, with potential risks for agricultural value chains. The report provides an analysis of the red meat sector, an interesting example of the impact of policies on water use efficiency.
May 2017
Author(s): FAO
With the adoption of the new 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, countries have renewed their commitment to fight poverty and hunger. This task will not be simple and will require changing the way we think and act in relation to rural development, to significantly increase the quantity and quality of investment in agriculture and rural areas.
2017
Author(s): Maltsoglou, I., Puri, M., Rincon, L.
Bioenergy plays an important role in country-level climate change mitigation. The Bioenergy and Food Security (BEFS) Approach of FAO helps countries design and implement sustainable bioenergy policies and strategies.
December 2016
Author(s): Fileccia, T., Yarmak, A.
A few crucial issues affect the Ukrainian dairy sector as it faces the challenges of a transition from a household-centered system to one that is becoming commercially oriented. Major investments and organizational changes are urged to move towards a modern dairy sector that also pursues improved water efficiency.
December 2016
Author(s): Staatz, J. and Hollinger, F.
Fueled by a burgeoning population, urbanisation and income growth, West African food demand is rapidly transforming, providing great opportunities to increase production, value added, employment and food security. The paper analyses the key drivers of change and their implications on the various demands facing the food system.
December 2016
Author(s): Amado, B., Braun, J., De Villalobos, E., Dias Pereira, L., Francescutti,D., Hubert, D., Mazzoli. E., Vallet, J.
Serie(s): Guidelines
A ‘sourcebook’ of practical, short and well-referenced EFA guidance notes built on actual case studies. Guidance includes a wide array of development interventions and addresses topics that are closely related to current development agenda of governemnets, IFIs and the wider development community.
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