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مقال صحفي
What makes agroforestry work?

This review summarizes findings from 22 case studies published together in Tropical Forest Issues 61 (Torquebiau 2024). The case studies present clear and tangible benefits from the adoption of agroforestry, based on a wide range of practices from Africa, Latin America and Asia. In this review practices and conditions for...
2024

مقالة في مدونة إلكترونية
Alvaro Lario: “Without family farming, we would not have eaten today”

An interview with the President of IFAD
During the interview, Alvaro Lario, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), shed light on the pressing challenges facing family farming, particularly in the context of climate change. Lario underscored the essential role of small-scale farmers in global food security, highlighting their contributions to feeding billions of people...
2024 - Fondo Internacional de Desarrollo Agrícola (FIDA)

مادة سمعية
Farms. Food. Future. Regenerative agriculture, from soil to sustainability

58 episode of Farms. Food. Future – a podcast proposed by the International Fund for Agricultural Development. Despite being a major contributor to global emissions, farming might just hold the key to solving the climate crisis. When agriculture is regenerative, it becomes a win-win for people and planet, increasing food security...
2024 - International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)

تقرير
National agricultural innovation system assessment in Pakistan

Consolidated report
An assessment of seven innovation case studies in Pakistan in 2022 found that agriculture innovation systems show limited collaboration and networking, and a supply-driven rather than market driven approach to innovation. This limits the potential for scaling innovations such as the ‘Super Seeder’, a machine that sows wheat directly in...
Pakistan
2024 - FAO

مقال صحفي
Designing agroforestry systems for greater economic viability and resilience

Agroforestry is recognised for its capacity to promote climate change mitigation and adaptation, but adoption rates remain lower than expected, necessitating an exploration into the economic viability of agroforestry practices. Key economic variables influencing the viability of agroforestry include benefits, costs, labour and farmers' risk profiles. Benefits of agroforestry include...
2024

مقال صحفي
Transforming agroforestry through gender practice: challenges and opportunities

Around the world, the agricultural sector relies heavily on women, especially in developing countries, but women’s restricted access to essential resources, hinders their agricultural productivity, resulting in increased poverty. A promising solution to this is agroforestry, a climate-smart agricultural practice which increases land productivity, providing socioeconomic and ecological benefits. Women’s...
2024

تقرير
Financiamiento para la seguridad alimentaria y la nutrición en América Latina y el Caribe

El hambre y la malnutrición persisten como desafíos en América Latina y el Caribe. Existen diferentes propuestas acerca de las políticas e intervenciones para hacer frente a esos problemas conjuntamente como región y para cada país. Sin embargo, las propuestas de políticas e intervenciones no incluyen propuestas sobre cómo financiar...
2024 - Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura (FAO)

مقال صحفي
The agroforestry-biodiversity-climate change nexus

Amongst human activity, industrial agriculture is a primary cause of biodiversity loss and climate change, reducing the land’s suitability for agriculture. This reduces global food security, increasing the pressure for food production which further exacerbates forest and land degradation. Agroforestry emerges as a promising solution by leveraging nature-based approaches to...
2024

مجلة
Transforming Water Security Through Women's Leadership:Effective adaptation and stewardship amidst climate change and conflict

Effective adaptation and stewardship amidst climate change and conflict
This issue brief explores the women-led interventions to transform water security, stewardship, and management underway around the world to better understand the link between water security and gender equality and identify fruitful pathways to achieving both goals. Our analysis demonstrates the costs associated with undervaluing women’s expertise in water management,...
2024 - FP Analytics

التّعلّم الإلكتروني
Gender and inclusion in Forest Landscape Restoration

In this self-paced online course, you will learn the fundamentals of gender and social inclusion in forest landscapes restoration (FLR). The course focuses on gender inequalities, gender-differentiated impacts and opportunities to address inequalities for more equitable and sustainable FLR, to build the abilities and understanding of diverse stakeholders on the...
2024 - CGIAR Research program on Forest, Trees, and Agroforestry

مقال صحفي
Farmer managed natural regeneration to reconstitute agroforestry parklands in Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso faces accelerated degradation of its natural resources as a result of the combined effects of natural and human-caused factors (inappropriate farming practices, bush fires, wood cutting, extension of agricultural areas, etc.). The province of Passoré, in the Nord Region of thecountry, is in an arid zone and regularly...
Burkina Faso
2024

تقرير
Mobilising internal finance: how forest and farm producer organisations upscale financial access

There is very limited access to finance for rural communities comprising smallholders, family farmers and Indigenous Peoples. Smallholder and family farmers comprise 90% of the total farms worldwide, and account for an estimated 80% of world food production. The finance gap hinders these rural communities’ effective action on climate, nature,...
2024 - International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)

دراسة حالة
Mainstreaming biodiversity in forestry

Country case studies
Forests harbour a large proportion of the Earth’s terrestrial biodiversity, which continues to be lost at an alarming rate. Deforestation is the single most important driver of forest biodiversity loss with 10 million ha of forest converted every year to other land uses, primarily for agriculture. Up to 30 percent...
Democratic Republic of the Congo - Ethiopia - Finland - Japan - Malaysia - Mexico - Peru - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
2024 - FAO

موجز في السياسات/ وثيقة في السياسات
Money from within: leveraging producer organisations' finance

Access to external finance for smallholder forest and farm producers is limited, hindering their effective action on climate, nature, livelihoods and food security. However, forest and farm producer organisations (FFPOs) can mobilise internally-generated finance.  This briefing maps three stages and 11 steps that FFPOs use to establish savings groups and larger...
2024 - International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)

مادة سمعية
Farms. Food. Future. Rural Malawians on building back after Cyclone Freddy

In March 2023, Cyclone Freddy swept across Malawi, devastating a country already struggling with hunger and poverty. But a year on, hope for a brighter future is returning to its farms.   On this episode, you'll hear directly from the rural Malawians who are building back stronger with IFAD's support. Our...
Malawi
2024 - International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)

دليل
Climate Change and Biodiversity Guide for Journalists

In Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) we find ourselves in a paradox. On the one hand, the region boasts 40% of the worlds biodiversity, half of the worlds tropical forests, the largest reserve of freshwater, 12% of the worlds mangroves and six of the most megadiverse countries. On the...
2024 - Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)

مقال صحفي
Climate action from a gender perspective: A systematic review of the impact of climate policies on inequality

In 1992 the United Nations committed to promoting a gender perspective in all environmental and development programs and to establishing mechanisms for assessing the impact of environmental policies on women. However, 30 years later most countries acknowledge that they have not integrated that perspective into policy assessments. This paper provides...
2024

دليل
The performance of global forest governance: Three contrasting perspectives

The scope and complexity of international forest-related governance have expanded tremendously over the last decades. As many as 41 ‘institutional elements’ were counted by scholars (from UNFF to UNFCCC to SDGs). The questions of how these governance arrangements ‘perform’, for what purpose and for whom are widely contested between scholars...
2024 - CIFOR-ICRAF

مادة سمعية
Farms. Food. Future. Agriculture's Indigenous trailblazers

Over 80 per cent of our planet's biodiversity is found on the territories of Indigenous Peoples, who have been farming for generations while caring for forests, deserts, grasslands and oceans. By growing food sustainably, they are leading the way on transforming food systems. On this episode, Indigenous leaders from Nepal, Mexico...
2024 - International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)

مقالة
Agroecological transition: Towards a better understanding of the impact of ecology-based farming practices on soil microbial ecotoxicology

Alternative farming systems have developed since the beginning of industrial agriculture. Organic, biodynamic, conservation farming, agroecology and permaculture, all share a grounding in ecological concepts and a belief that farmers should work with nature rather than damage it. As ecology-based agricultures rely greatly on soil organisms to perform the functions...
2024
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