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وثيقة عمل
The unintended consequences of Agricultural Input Intensification

Human Health implications of agro-chemical use in Sub-Saharan Africa
While agro-chemicals such as pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides are often promoted as inputs that increase agricultural productivity by limiting a range of pre-harvest losses, their use may have negative human health and labor productivity implications. We explore the relationship between agro-chemical use and the value of crop output at the...
2016 - African Development Bank Group

تقرير
Make it rain

Floods, droughts, heat waves, cold spells, and other natural disasters are large sources of risk for farmers. For instance, in semiarid areas of India, 89 percent of farming households cited drought as the largest risk to agricultural production. Climate change may make weather patterns more extreme and unpredictable, further exposing...
Ethiopia - Ghana - India - Malawi
2016 - The Agricultural Technology Adoption Initiative (ATAI)

وثيقة فنية
What value for pastoral livelihoods? An economic valuation of development alternatives for ephemeral wetlands in eastern Mauritania

Pastoralism in Africa faces new challenges in an era of climate change, despite some improvements in policy and legislative frameworks as well as sporadic investment in pastoral development. There are concerns that pastoralism will not be sustainable in a climate-affected world, and this is seeing the return of policies to settle...
Mauritania
2016

دراسة حالة
System of Rice Intensification in Vietnam: Doing more with less

In Vietnam rice is grown on 85% of cultivated land. Annual paddy (unmilled) rice production grew from 19.2 million metric tons in 1990 to 42.4 million metric tons by 2011, and in 2012, Vietnam exported eight million metric tons of rice. These yield increases were achieved through improved seeds, but...
Viet Nam
2016 - Oxfam

مقالة في مجلة
Climate smart crops

Tubers, pulses and millets are important for the livelihoods and nutrition of poor farmers, especially in fragile regions. These crops are not only underutilized, but are also under researched. Ama Sangathan, a women federation consisting of 1200 indigenous women, have revived these crops in two blocks in Odisha, by their...
India
2016 - Leisa India

الممارسات
Innovations for raising Malabar Neem (melia dubia) in Tamil Nadu, India

This practice focuses on facilitating the nursery germination and plantation of the “Malabar Neem” (Melia dubia), which is locally known as “Malaivembu”. The tree is found in forest plantations in India and is a fast growing tree crop with up to 20 m height. It produces greater bio-mass in a...
India
2016 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO TECA

صحيفة وقائع
Rural Youth 15-17. The right season to feed the future

Rural youth are the future of food security and rural poverty reduction. They are also the present, as there are more young people today than ever before – 1.8 billion between the ages of 10 and 24, most of them living in less developed countries and in rural areas. However,...
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

متنوّعات
Transformative Social Innovation: LA VÍA CAMPESINA

In the last two decades, visions of food sovereignty have inspired the origin of social movements, policy innovations, new experiments and debates. The perspective of food sovereignty is thinking by many authors as a ‘dynamic process’, without a clear conceptual and practical definition (Edelman 2014). Many social and rural movements...
2016 - La Via Campesina

كتاب
Innovative markets for sustainable agriculture

How innovations in market institutions encourage sustainable agriculture in developing countries
The purpose of this volume is to provide FAO member countries with insights into institutional change and how a different type of market incentive contributes to the redefinition and adoption of sustainable practices by farmers. It contributes to FAO’s normative work on sustainable agrifood chains and voluntary standards by providing...
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

مقالة في مجلة
FENOP INFO - le magazine du monde rural burkinabé

N° 024 de Janvier - Février - Mars 2016
Cette année le 8 mars a eu un accent particulier. Et cela pour deux raisons. La première, les autorités ont placé la commémoration sous le thème «Entrepreneuriat agricole des femmes : obstacles, défis et perspectives». Elles sont allées plus loin que le thème de la journée internationale qui est «Planète 50-50 d’ici 2030 :...
Burkina Faso
2016 - Fédération Nationale des Organisations Paysannes (FENOP)

جزء من كتاب
Adaptation and resilience in pastoral management of the Mediterranean Bedouin social-ecological system in the northwestern coastal zone of Egypt

On the basis of the results of the ELVULMED ,MOUVE, and CLIMED research projects, this chapter presents a long-term analysis of the Bedouin society in the northwestern coastal zone (NWCZ) of Egypt, especially the resilience of the Bedouin social–ecological system facing global change. Located along the Mediterranean coast, the NWCZ...
Egypt
2016

فيديو
The SPOTS® Project – an innovative approach for sustainable palm sourcing

Within the SPOTS Project, L’Oréal has committed to purchasing RSPO-certified production from smallholders in the Sabah Region (Malaysia) over five years, through a partnership with the NGO Wild Asia and its suppliers. The initiative gives these smallholders a long-term access to the international market, allowing them to improve their agricultural...
Malaysia
2016

مقالة في مدونة إلكترونية
Marking end of the International Year of Pulses through IPM-FFS learning event in Ethiopia

Pulses have a huge share in Ethiopia’s agriculture crop production. As figures show, Ethiopia annually produces over 400 000 metric tons of chickpea, which places the country among the top ten largest chickpea producers in the world. About five million Ethiopian smallholder farmers are relying on the production of pulses for...
Ethiopia
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

مقالة في مدونة إلكترونية
High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF)

The United Nations High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) was established in June 2013 through a Resolution by the UN General Assembly as the main forum for sustainable development issues within the UN framework. Its establishment is one the main outcomes of the Rio+20 conference on sustainable development...
European Union
2016 - European Commission

تقرير
A small-scale vessel registration system

for Pacific Island countries and territories
This report, achieved through a two-month consultancy, was only possible with equal financial contributions provided by the Western and Central and Pacific Commission’s Japan Trust Fund (JTF) and the Pacific Fisheries for Food Security Program funded by the Australian Government. Artisanal fisheries in Pacific Island countries and territories (PICTs) provide...
2016 - Pacific Community (SPC)

وثيقة فنية
Mainstreaming Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity into Agricultural Production and Management in the Pacific Islands

The international community is increasingly aware of the link between biodiversity and sustainable development and its direct impact on wealth, health and well-being. Biodiversity is the origin of all crops and domesticated livestock. It is also the source of vital ecosystem services and functions, including soil conservation, water cycling, pollination,...
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Convention on Biological Diversity, Pacific Community, Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

صحيفة وقائع
Addressing Rural Youth Distress Migration

Migration out of rural areas is a complex issue, especially when caused by distress and lack of alternatives. The decision to migrate depends on a number of variables, including poverty, food insecurity, lack of employment opportunities, conflicts, natural disasters, poverty employment opportunities, and as well as household and individual characteristics....
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

متنوّعات
Socio-Economic Considerations of Salinity: Descriptive Statistics of the Iraq Sampled Farms

This paper is aimed to obtain an understanding of the impacts of salinity on agriculture production, the livelihood options of farmers and responses to technologies available to cope with the salinity problem; Mussayeb, Dujaila and Abu Al-Khaseeb are chosen to conduct a socioeconomic analysis. Although descriptive analysis of the field...
Iraq
2016

مقالة في مدونة إلكترونية
Winds of change blow through Iran farming

Iran is expanding dryland farming as a lingering drought is forcing the country to use its resources more prudently and cast off deep-seated wasteful ways.  Expansion of dryland farming might also help persuade legions of farmers, who rely on dwindling aquifers, not to abandon their vocations. Many of them have moved...
Iran (Islamic Republic of)
2016 - PressTV

مقالة في مجلة
Traditional crops ... the basis of our food and farming systems

Mariam Mayet is the director of the African Centre for Biodiversity (ACB). In a recent report, ACB turns their attention towards genetic modification of non-commercial ‘orphan crops’ and the way this technology is replacing farmer managed food systems. In this interview Mariam explains what is wrong with genetic modification of...
2016 - Leisa India
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