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Les jeunes et l’agriculture

Principaux enjeux et solutions concrètes
Cette publication offre de nombreux exemples concrets détaillant différentes manières de réengager les jeunes dans le secteur agricole. Elle montre à quel point des programmes éducationnels sur mesure peuvent offrir aux jeunes les compétences et la perspicacité nécessaires pour se lancer en agriculture et adopter des méthodes de production respectueuses...
Bahamas - Bangladesh - Brazil - Burkina Faso - Cambodia - Canada - Colombia - Ethiopia - France - Ghana - Grenada - Kenya - Madagascar - Mexico - Pakistan - Philippines - Republic of Moldova - Rwanda - Togo - Uganda - United States of America - Zambia

Article de revue spécialisée
Bangladesh / Social Development: Increasingly Vulnerable

A study has come up with specific recommendations for the development and welfare of the fisheries sector and its small-scale fisher communities in Bangladesh, the ‘Land of Rivers’. With 230 rivers coursing through the country, Bangladesh is called the ‘Land of Rivers’. It also has the world’s largest flooded wetland. Rivers...
2021 - The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)

Article de revue spécialisée
Moving out of agriculture in Bangladesh: The role of farm, non-farm andmixed households

This paper explores patterns of exit from agriculture in rural Bangladesh by utilizing nationally represen-tative repeat cross-section and pseudo-panel survey data. Our analysis focuses at the rural householdlevel where we focus on three types of households: (a) ‘‘pure” agriculture households in which all work-ers are employed only in agriculture; (b)...

Safety at sea for small-scale fishers (Bengali Ed.)

This manual on safety at sea for small-scale fishers in Bengali language aims to contribute to a culture of safety awareness among fisherfolk, reduce the number of accidents and increase the chances of survival if accidents occur. The manual provides guidance on safety matters related to the work on a...
2020 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Article du bulletin d’information
Bangladesh: Making women in fishing visible

Bangladesh is one of the world’s leading fish producing countries, with a total production of 42.77 lakh MT in the year 2017-18. Aquaculture contributes 56.24 per cent of the total fish production. The average growth in this sector has been 5.26 per cent for the last ten years. The rate...
2020 - The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)

Second rapid assessment of food and nutrition security in the context of COVID-19 in Bangladesh

COVID-19 is a global health crisis that has caused a shock to food and agricultural systems around the world, affecting production, supply chains, trade, markets, and people’s livelihoods and nutrition. This second assessment, developed with our partners, provides an invaluable and wide-ranging analysis that underlines the scale and scope of...
2020 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN FAO

Impact of COVID-19 on Farmers in Bangladesh

Farmers in Bangladesh are facing serious problems during this time of crisis. Citizens are asked by the government to stay at home to avoid being infected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Because of this, farmers find it difficult to go to their farms to check on their crops. Shops including those...

Article de revue spécialisée
COVID-19 and Food Security in Bangladesh

A Chance to Look Back at What Is Done and What Can Be Done
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a global health crisis, and the long-term impact of the pan­demic is predicted to reach far beyond today. In a lower-middle-income country with upward economic growth, such as Bangladesh, it is essential first to understand the present situation in order to create a proper recovery...
2020 - Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development (JAFSCD)

The making of a blue revolution in Bangladesh

A rapid increase in aquaculture production in Bangladesh has lowered fish prices, increased protein consumption, and reduced poverty. The Making of a Blue Revolution in Bangladesh offers a valuable case study of how this transformation in the fish value chain has occurred and how it has improved the lives of...
2019 - IFPRI

Floating vegetable gardens

As our land remains under water during the rainy season, our ancestors were already thinking of ways to produce crops in order to survive. They invented the floating garden by using crop residues. We do not need any chemical fertilizers or pesticides, because the floating bed is fertile by nature....
2018 - Access Agriculture

Smallholders data-portrait

The updated dataset on Small Family Farms across the world
The Smallholder Farmers’ Dataportrait of the ESA Small Family Farms Team is a comprehensive, systematic and standardized data set on the profile of smallholder farmers, bringing out the characteristics of family farms across the world. It is designed in such a way that differences between countries and regions can be...
Albania - Bangladesh - Bolivia (Plurinational State of) - Cambodia - Ethiopia - Ghana - Guatemala - Indonesia - Kenya - Malawi - Nepal - Nicaragua - Niger - Nigeria - Panama - Tajikistan - Uganda - United Republic of Tanzania - Viet Nam
2018 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Stories of Change

Read the latest publication by Tropical Agriculture Platform – Capacity Development for Agricultural Innovation Systems (TAP-CDAIS) project on stories of change. This relates to many stories of personal change, organizational change, changes in attitudes, changes in practice and improvements in livelihoods. Some examples of rich learning experiences started with the...
Angola - Bangladesh - Burkina Faso - Ethiopia - Guatemala - Honduras - Lao People's Democratic Republic - Rwanda

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Study tour to Bangladesh fosters knowledge-sharing on rice-fish systems

Rice-fish systems are common in many South and Southeast Asian countries as well as some areas of Africa. The systems are diverse, spanning capture fisheries and aquaculture, with fish and rice growing concurrently in rice fields and canals or, alternatively, fish raised between rice crops. FISH has developed several approaches to...
2018 - World Fish

Bangladesh: Breaking Down Barriers

Women in rural Bangladesh rarely get an opportunity to work outside their homes and earn their own income. Now hundreds of thousands of women are being employed on construction sites across the country, helping to build and maintain infrastructure in their communities whilst working their way out of poverty.
2018 - IFAD

Article de blog
United Nations agencies launch environmental protection and resilience project for host communities and refugees in Bangladesh

Families living in the world’s largest refugee camp this week received the first 2,500 stoves and liquid petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders that are part of a United Nations project to protect the environment and build resilience for people living in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. The “SAFE Plus” (Safe Approaches to Fuel and...
2018 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Ending poverty and hunger by investment in agriculture and rural areas

While there has been an unprecedented achievement in poverty reduction in the last three decades, eradicating extreme poverty and halving poverty by 2030 are still two of our greatest challenges. Today, about 767 million people continue to live in extreme poverty. Roughly, two thirds of the extreme poor live in...
Bangladesh - Chad - Ghana - Guatemala - Malawi - Mali - South Africa - Tajikistan - United Republic of Tanzania - Viet Nam
2017 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Grafting mango seedlings

With grafting, a young shoot from a preferred mango variety is attached to a seedling. The seedling will develop the root and base of the tree. This is called the rootstock. The young shoot that is grafted onto the rootstock is called the scion. This will develop into the canopy....
2017 - Access Agriculture

Fiche d'information
Women's empowerment in aquaculture in Bangladesh and Indonesia: Insights from four case studies

This factsheet contributes to FAO Organizational Strategic Objective 1 "Eradicate hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition", Strategic Objective 2 "Increase and improve provision of goods and services from agriculture, forestry and fisheries in a sustainable manner", and Strategic Objective 3 "Reduce rural poverty". The purpose of this factsheet is to briefly...
Bangladesh - Indonesia
2017 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Article de blog
AFA Vice Chairperson Receives Prestigious Rtv Award in Bangladesh

Ms. Shazada Begum, President of Kendrio Krishak Moitree (KKM) and Vice President of the Asian Farmers’ Association (AFA), has been honoured with the “RTV Alokito Nari 2017″ (Enlightened Woman) award. This is one of the most prestigious awards in Bangladesh that honours change makers like Shazada.
2017 - Asian Farmers Association AFA

Building Resilient Livelihood: Stories from the Chittagong Hill Tracts

Located in the extreme southeastern part of the country, the districts that comprise the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) are both geographically and socio-culturally distinct from the rest of Bangladesh. Food insecurity is both chronic and widespread, and nutrition levels are among the lowest in the country. In 2013, FAO began activities in CHT...
2017 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
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