Technical Cooperation Programme

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Over 80 percent of Afghanistan’s population lives in ruralareas, where the main income comes from agriculturalproduction. On-farm management practices are oftenhighly extensive, putting the country’s soils under intensepressure and causing various types of degradation.(more)

Armenia’s dairy sector remains underdeveloped and unable to satisfy the domestic demand for dairy products. Milk production in the country is mainly conducted by small-scale farmers, with an average of from four to 20 heads of cattle...(more)

En dépit de son potentiel agropastoral, l’Angola dépend des importations pour nourrir sa population. La crise économique et financière que traverse le pays a entraîné une baisse de ces importations et depuis, les provinces du sud du pays, frappées de surcroît par la sécheresse...(more)

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One of the main goals for the Government of Azerbaijan is to reduce dependence of its economy on oil and ensure the expansion of economic development to rural areas..(more

L’élevage est l’un des secteurs clés de l’économie au Burundi: il contribue à la hauteur de 14 pour cent au Produit intérieur brut (PIB) et de 29 pour cent au PIB agricole...(more)

Marine fisheries in Bangladesh are multi-species fisheries conducted in coastal areas (i.e. waters within 40 m depth zone) by small-scale artisanal fishers and, beyond the 40 m depth zone, by industrial trawlers. Over 225 industrial trawlers (fish and shrimp)...(more)

Enhancing crop productivity is one key to securing food security in Bangladesh. The productivity of the crop sector in Bangladesh has increased significantly over time. The challenge, however...(more)

In Bhutan, mountainous terrain limits agricultural land to just over three percent of the country, of which paddy cultivated area comprises 23 000 hectares, and is farmed by 28 000 households...(more)

Maize occupies over 46 percent of the total cultivated land in Bhutan, and its cultivation and production engages over two-thirds of rural farmers. However, much of the country’s stored maize is lost to insects, moulds, etc., because of poor drying and storage practices...(more)

La présence de la Chenille légionnaire d’automne (CLA) ou Spodoptera frugiperda a été signalée pour la première fois au début de l’année 2016 en Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre. En octobre 2017, elle était présente dans 13 pays ouest-africains, dont le Burkina Faso...(more)

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