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فيديو
Sustainable Mechanization. Creating new perspectives in rural areas

Josef Kienzle speaks about mechanization: What is it, how can it improve small farmers’ livelihoods and how does it bring perspectives to the youth in rural areas? 
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

مقالة في مجلة
Perspectives: Strengthening people’s knowledge

For the past half century agricultural innovation has denied a voice to the many groups who work outside the profession of science – farmers, food providers, women and the urban poor. The value of their expertise gained through practical experience must be recognised in the production and validation of knowledge....
India - Mali
2016 - ILEIA - centre for learning on sustainable agriculture

مقالة إخبارية
Venezuela’s food revolution has fought off big agribusiness and promoted agroecology

Just days before the progressive National Assembly of Venezuela was dissolved, deputies passed a law which lays the foundation for a truly democratic food system. The country has not only banned genetically modified seeds, but set up democratic structures to ensure that seeds cannot be privatized and indigenous knowledge cannot...
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)
2016 - Common Dreams

نشرة إخبارية
Regional Office for Africa Quarterly Newsletter for a Hunger Free Africa. January - April 2016

This edition of the RAF Newsletter is a special coverage from FAO-RAF that takes into account activities marking the 29th Session of the FAO Regional Conference for Africa held in Abidjan. It presents to readers pictorial narratives and captions of the conference with key quotes from key personalities of the...
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

مقالة في مدونة إلكترونية
Small-scale fishing: a solution rather than a problem

The fish in the sea are a public resource and provide not only a vital source of protein and nutrients for billions of people globally but also 60 million jobs in the primary sector, 90% of them in small scale fishing and 15% of them women. Closer to home, the European...
European Union
2016 - Low Impact Fishers of Europe

دراسة حالة
Zero Budget Natural Farming in India

Zero Budget Natural Farming (ZBNF) is a set of farming methods, and also a grassroots peasant movement, which has spread to various states in India. It has attained wide success in southern India, especially the southern Indian state of Karnataka where it first evolved.  The movement in Karnataka state was...
India
2016 - La Via Campesina

مقالة في مجلة
Uncultivated foods - The hidden treasure

The share of uncultivated foods from the forest has gradually declined in the diets of Paharia tribes in Jharkhand. Initiatives like conservation, preservation, processing of uncultivated foods has helped them regain their position and enhance the dietary diversity of the communities, also addressing the issues of hunger and malnutrition.
India
2016 - Leisa India

موجز في السياسات/ وثيقة في السياسات
Financing Organic Agriculture in Africa

Mapping the issues
Organic Agriculture (OA) is a rapidly growing sector in Africa, with strong links to economic and sociocultural development in the continent (Willer and Kilcher, 2012; Auerbach, 2013). OA can also be seen as a relevant tool to advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2, 12, 13 and 15 on sustainable...
2016 - United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)

مقالة في مدونة إلكترونية
New round of agricultural censuses in Asia is key to achieving SDGs

Twenty-one Asian countries are participating in a roundtable discussion as part of the FAO’s World Programme for the Census for Agriculture 2020 (WCA 2020).  The roundtable discussion was opened by Kundhavi Kadiresan, FAO Assistant Director-General and Regional Representative for Asia and the Pacific. The census, held once every ten years,...
Thailand
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

دراسة حالة
Inspirational ideas: Improving welfare for cows…and farmers

Lone Andersen is an organic dairy farmer from the west of Denmark. Along with her husband, she has been working with robotic technology since 2009 and she says “it has not only improved welfare for the cows, but also for us as farmers!” 
Denmark
2016 - EIP-Agri

مجلة
Quantifier et chiffrer économiquement les externalités de l’agriculture biologique

Les activités agricoles génèrent, parallèlement à la production de biens agricoles, des externalités négatives (coûts sociaux) ou positives (bénéfices ou aménités) non pris en compte par le marché. La réduction des externalités négatives et l’accroissement des externalités positives représentent des atouts pour la collectivité, qui peuvent justifier un soutien financier de la société....
France
2016 - INRA

وثيقة فنية
Distress Migration and Youth in Protracted Crises

The Junior Farmer Field and Life Schools approach
This note focuses on the topic of distress migration and youth in protracted crises, and the possible solutions from the JFFLS approach, using case studies of FAO interventions. Migration is a common phenomenon in protracted crises, mainly resulting from displacement due to conflict, natural disasters and /or the deterioration of...
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

موجز في السياسات/ وثيقة في السياسات
The Economic Advantage

Assessing the value of climate-change actions in agriculture
This report is aimed at readers who seek to build economic evidence in support of the inclusion of actions on agriculture in climate change plans and programmes, particularly at the national level under the umbrella of nationally determined contributions (NDCs) to the December 2015 Paris Agreement, which aims to restrict...
2016

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
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