Économie agroalimentaire

Notes de politique de la FAO sur l'économie du développement agricole

About the series (ISSN 2520-6540)

The FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Briefs series covers policy messages and recommendations from across the Agricultural Development Economics Division focusing on different themes, such as food security and nutrition global trends and governance; food security and resilience; sustainable markets, agribusinesses and rural transformations; and climate-smart agriculture

FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 47
Note de politique, 2022
The findings of this brief have been adapted from the FAO Agricultural Development Economics Working Paper 22-02 Reducing vulnerability to weather shocks through social protection – Evidence from the implementation of Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP)...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 46
Note de politique, 2022
This policy brief is intended to sensitize Government decision makers and development partners, youth organizations and other stakeholders about the opportunities offered by applying a value chain approach that focuses on youth. Youth unemployment rates...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 45
Note de politique, 2022
This brief summarizes the findings of the FAO Agricultural Development Economics Technical Study No. 16 Productive public investment in agriculture for economic recovery with rural well-being: an analysis of prospective scenarios for Uganda (available at https://doi.org/10.4060/cb8730en). It...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 44
Note de politique, 2021
An impact evaluation of Nicaragua’s Land Administration Programme (PRODEP) finds that the programme ensured gender equality in the access to land titles, with women landholders more likely to obtain titles than men landholders. The programme...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 43
Note de politique, 2021
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the world was not on track to achieve Zero Hunger by 2030. In 2019, nearly 3 billion people could not afford a healthy diet that protects against malnutrition in all...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 42
Note de politique, 2021
Agrifood systems are supported by transport networks. Robust transport networks can prevent or limit increases in travel time – and consequent impacts on food costs – when an adverse event limits or prevents access to...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 41
Note de politique, 2021
Diverse sourcing of food through international trade is a key strategy for building agrifood systems' resilience because it buffers the food supply against shocks and stresses. Enhancing diversity in terms of commodities is also essential...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 40
Note de politique, 2021
This policy brief, prepared by the FAO Economic and Policy Analysis of Climate Change (EPIC), aims to analyse the relationships and policy options in regard to migration, cash crops and deforestation in Uganda. In particular,...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 39
Note de politique, 2021
The main factors limiting the growth of trade in Lebanese agricultural and food products include limited access to international markets, product quality and certification, inadequate trade infrastructure, lack of competitiveness, lack of trade agreements, and...
Disponible sur:English العربية
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 38
Note de politique, 2021
The agricultural sector review (ASR) provides an up to date picture of the current socio-economic situation of the agricultural sector in Lebanon, along with identifying key challenges of the sector and evidence-based strategies for policymaking....
Disponible sur:English العربية
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