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Tinajeros

Albacete, La Mancha, Spain
This very large family farm and business near Albacete, Spain was brought together to form a Limited Company with the marriage of the parents of the current part-owner and manager. The property on the paternal side of this arrangement has been within the same family for 200 years. Today the...
Spain
2014

Boletín informativo
Boletín informativo de la Fundación REDDOM

El boletín correspondiente a noviembre de 2014 de la Fundación Rural Economic Development Dominicana (REDDOM) desarrolla noticias atingentes a República Dominicana, relacionadas a nutrición, comité nacional del año de agricultura familiar, panel de comercio sobre frutas y vegetales, potabilización de agua y seguro de sequía.
Dominican Republic
2014 - Fundación Rural Economic Development Dominicana (REDDOM)

Documento de trabajo
Grazing rights in Namibia’s communal areas

A case study of a local land grabbing dispute in Western Kavango region
While conflict and competition over land is a major trend in Africa, and there are allegations of ‘land grabbing’ of large areas of land from local people, usually by foreign companies, other more localised forms of competition over land are less well understood. This paper presents the case of disputes...
Namibia
2014 - Future Agricultures Consortium

Artículo de revista
Évolution des variétés de mil au Niger en réponse aux variations du climat Évolution des variétés de mil au Niger en réponse aux variations du climat

Article relatant les résultats d'études qui démontrent la capacité d’adaptation du mil aux variations du climat, dans les systèmes agricoles dominés par des exploitations familiales au sein desquelles des variétés cultivées présentent une forte diversité génétique.
Niger
2014 - Agropolis International

Estudio de caso
Finding a way out of the maize

Recurring drought and crop failure in many parts of the world have led to food and nutrition insecurity, and a dependence on food aid. But recently, some farmers in Kenya have been developing their own sustainable way to secure enough nutritious food along with extra income so that they can...
Kenya
2014 - ILEIA, Center for Learning on Sustainable Agriculture

Artículo de revista
EU: Peasant Family Farming, a challenge to gain

In the EU, the peasant family agriculture is the major component of agricultural production, but it remains difficult to give an exact definition. A clear reference - not exclusive and must be applied in a specific way in each country - is the economic and territorial dimension of a farm....
2014 - foodsovereignty

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Family Farming: Regional Perspective from the Asia-Pacific region

The International Year of Family Farming was launched as part of a global campaign to reinforce awareness and support for small scale and family farmers around the world. The move to focus on family farmers for the international year was driven by strong advocacy from civil society, mainly the World...
2014 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Artículo
Strategies of resilience: Cooperation in Irish family farming

Ireland’s family farming heritage holds crucial elements of rural sustainability – established networks of social support; cultural traditions resourcing ethno-industries such as tourism and  draft; and localised human-ecological knowledge important for environmental custodianship. The ‘small, not multinational’ symbolic value of family farming is strategically used to authenticate the ‘brand-centred, consumer...
Ireland
2014

Informe
Family Farming Around the World: Definitions, contributions and public policies

Family farms are central to both contemporary changes and contradictions in agriculture. They have been, and are still, the crucible for a whole host of agricultural innovations and major revolutions. They form the social basis of most Southern countries and contribute to supplying their local, national and international markets. Paradoxically,...
2014 - CIRAD

Estudio de caso
Guinea pigs – small livestock with big potential

The right to food sovereignty is a part of the Plurinational State of Bolivia’s constitution, but what does this actually mean for family farmers? The truth is that many people in rural areas are far from having access to adequate food and nutrition, with 37% of children under five reported...
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
2014 - ILEIA, Center for Learning on Sustainable Agriculture

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Family Farming: Regional Perspective from Near East and North Africa

The International Year of Family Farming was launched as part of a global campaign to reinforce awareness and support for small scale and family farmers around the world. The move to focus on family farmers for the international year was driven by strong advocacy from civil society, mainly the World...
2014 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Directrices
Respecting free, prior and informed consent

Practical guidance for governments, companies, NGOs, indigenous peoples and local communities in relation to land acquisition
This technical guide has been prepared under the direction of Francesca Romano in collaboration with a team from the Forest Peoples Programme and Samuel Nguiffo of the Centre pour l’Environnement et le Développement (CED) in Cameroon. The guide was written by Marcus Colchester and Sophie Chao, with contributions from participants...
2014 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Artículo de revista
Investissements agricoles à grande échelle et partage des ressources en eau pour la riziculture irriguée au Mali

Face à l’arrivée d’investisseurs  dans le périmètre irrigué de l’Office du Niger (Mali), la recherche-action menée par l’UMR G-EAU avec comme objectifs : d'analyser et comparer les pratiques foncières des exploitants familiaux et des investisseurs ; d'accompagner les acteurs dans l’identification des enjeux à long terme et l’anticipation des conséquences des nouvelles attributions foncières...
Mali
2014 - Agropolis International

Estudio de caso
Food fairs revive local food and nutrition

Food fairs are an important tool and space to promote food sovereignty as they take place in local public spaces and within people’s own socio-cultural settings. One excellent example was a food fair in Ghana, organised by the Centre for Indigenous Knowledge and Organisational Development (CIKOD). Women farmers exhibited traditional...
Ghana
2014 - ILEIA, Center for Learning on Sustainable Agriculture

Informe
Encuesta Nacional de Empleo e Ingresos 2014

La ENEI 2-2014 tiene como principal objetivo obtener información estadística sobre variables de empleo, desempleo, subempleo y actividad e inactividad económica de la población. En lo que respecta a los ingresos, se captó información sobre formas, fuentes, montos, beneficios sociales y laborales, ayudas en especie y dinero, e ingresos no...
Guatemala
2014 - Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE Guatemala)

Sitio web
Keogh’s Farm

Keogh's Farm is a family owned and run potato growing and crisping business based in North County Dublin.  Our family have been growing delicious Irish potatoes in this area for over 100 years and now we are hand cooking Ireland’s finest crisps in small batches right here on our farm
Ireland
2014

Artículo de revista
Interview with Luis Ginocchio: “Gastronomy is a search for tasty, local, nutritious food”

Promoting the holistic nature of nutrition and its links with gastronomy is Luis Ginocchio’s ‘bread and butter’ as the expression goes. For Peru’s former minister of Agriculture, who also authored the book ‘Small farming and food’, it is an overriding interest. Gastronomy is defined as the practice of choosing, cooking,...
Peru
2014 - ILEIA, Center for Learning on Sustainable Agriculture

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Priority issues for Near East food and agriculture brought to the table

A three-day technical meeting has come to a close for the Regional Conference for the Near East and North Africa (NERC32). During the conference, government ministers and senior officials from countries across the region reviewed the overall state of food and agriculture. They also discussed urgent issues facing countries, including...
2014 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Vídeo
Family Farming in Germany.

Federal Minister Christian Schmidt visits a family farm.
Germany
2014 - Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture

Artículo
Artisanal Fisheries in the Mediterranean

Fishing is a human activity that has gone on for millennia. Nowadays, it remains one of the very few large scale economic activities that is still based on the ‘hunting and gathering’ of wild biological resources, contrary to agriculture or animal farming, where a few productive species and races were...
France - Italy - Spain
2014
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