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WAW programme is structured into three articulated components:   1) Generating the evidence; 2) Using the evidence for policy purposes; 3) Sharing the evidence.   Mapping family farming component feasibility report describes what could be the third component of the WAW. It aims to "show" family farming and other forms of production according to...
WAW Secretariat is developing a collaboration with Forest and Farm Facility (FFF), a project hosted by FAO. FFF provides resources directly to FFPOs (Family Farming Producers’ Organizations) and offers a range of capacity-development services, including advocacy, information sharing, business incubation, access to financing and links to social services. These resources support...
Since June 2019, WAW is pleased to welcome two new colleagues in the team: Ms Zhuo Wang, with a forestry background and Ms Aimée Kourgansky graduated from ESSEC Business School. While Zhuo will help WAW team with communication, Aimee will be in charge of resource mobilization, with the support of...
With the world needing to provide roughly 50 percent more food by 2050 – even as climate change, land degradation, watery scarcity and other challenges threaten productivity – it is clear that agricultural systems must transform. The problem is that no “one size fits all solution” exists, despite current policy designs...
Fresh start for WAW
12 October 2018
Currently, WAW team is at the reshaping process of the programme. World Agriculture Watch is reshaping its programme to develop phased national projects in 21 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. In Asia, the pilot countries include Viet Nam, Indonesia and the Philippines, along with the three rubber-producing countries of...
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