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La section Ressources contient des publications et des ressources multimédias archivées sur l’agriculture familiale en général.

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Family Farm Management System in Burkina and Mali support 51000 farmers

Cotton has been for the past thirty years, the only credible alternative for the economic development of several Sahel countries in West and Central Africa, including Burkina Faso, Benin, Mali, Chad, etc. The cotton sector has not only structured rural areas through human capital investment, but also contributed significantly to...
Burkina Faso - Mali
2012 - SNV Netherlands Development Organisation

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Enjeux fonciers et développement "durable" au Mali

Selon l'auteur, faire du Foncier un fait économique total, et du capital le moteur du développement, c’est donner un blanc-seing à la marchandisation de la terre .D'où les questions qu'elle se pose: Faut-il vraiment que le Mali cède ses terres agricoles et ses ressources foncières pour accéder au développement? Pour...
Mali
2012 - Unité de formation et de recherche UFR - Droit-Science politique

Rapport
WAW proposed methodological framework to monitor agricultural structural transformations and their contributions to sustainable development

Informed decisions on ‘agricultural transformation’, the rapidly changing diversity of agricultural holdings, could play a decisive role in society’s response to several global challenges, including food security and environmental sustainability. Improved stakeholder access to information on the social, economic and environmental impacts of transformations and likely future trends is a...
Mali
2012 - World Agricultures Watch (WAW)

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Globally Important Indigenous Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS)

extent, significance, and implications for development
GIAHS are found throughout the developing world, linked to centers of diversity.  Agroecosystems cover more than one quarter of the global land area, reaching about 5 billion hectares. Agroecosystems are ecosystems in which people have deliberately selected crop plants and livestock animals to replace the natural flora and fauna.  
Belize - Brazil - Malaysia - Mali - Mexico - Niger - Peru - Portugal - Spain
2012 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Bulletin d'information
Dimitra Newsletter: Women’s access to land

This issue focuses on particularly innovative activities that enable women to have better access to land in several African countries. In Niger, thanks to the debates that began in their listeners’ club, the women of Banizoumbou now have secure access to a large plot of land for 99 years. This...
Burundi - Democratic Republic of the Congo - Madagascar - Mali - Niger - Senegal
2012 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Projet
Promotion de l'Agriculture Familiale Périurbaine Intégrée à Korhogo

Le projet encourage par des circuits courts intégrés un modèle d’interaction durable, entre l’agriculture familiale et l’activité urbaine dans le pays Sénoufo. L’objectif est de permettre une amélioration des conditions de vie des populations locales et une sécurisation de leur souveraineté alimentaire. Cela passe par l’amélioration des revenus des petits...
Burkina Faso - Côte d'Ivoire - Mali
2011 - Fondation de France

Projet
Soutenir l’agriculture familiale au Mali par la formation des producteurs et l’information des consommateurs

S’appuyant sur l’expérience des producteurs en agroécologie et sur la capacité de mobilisation collective d’une organisation paysanne, le projet, implanté à Bamako et à Sanankoroba, vise à offrir une formation de qualité aux acteurs, de partenariats locaux et solidaires adaptés au contexte malien : les kiosques alimentaires locaux.
Mali
2011 - URGENCI (Urbain-Rural : Générer de Nouveaux Engagements Citoyens)

Ouvrage
Climate Change and Food-Systems Resilience in Sub-Saharan Africa

The present ability or otherwise of Africa to cope with climate change and improve its agricultural production depends on the environment and natural resources base of the continent, on the impacts of its past and on the nature of its present interactions with the outside world. Africa is a large...
Benin - Burundi - Djibouti - Ethiopia - Kenya - Madagascar - Malawi - Mali - Niger - Nigeria - Rwanda - Sudan - Uganda - United Republic of Tanzania - Zambia - Zimbabwe
2011 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

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Can the smallholder model deliver poverty reduction and food security for a rapidly growing population in Africa?

Despite the achievements of smallholders in Asia during the green revolution, there is scepticism that Africa’s smallholders — who dominate the farm area in most countries — can imitate this model and deliver agricultural growth. This paper assesses whether such pessimism is justified. Given the high transactions costs of hiring...
Burkina Faso - Central African Republic - Chad - Comoros - Congo - Democratic Republic of the Congo - Equatorial Guinea - Eritrea - Ethiopia - Ghana - Guinea-Bissau - Madagascar - Mali - Mauritius - Namibia - Sao Tome and Principe - Seychelles - Somalia - South Sudan - Uganda - Zimbabwe
2009 - Overseas Development Institute

Article de revue spécialisée
Boosting smallholder production for food security

Some approaches and evidence from studies in sub-Saharan
This paper uses the sustainable livelihoods framework to explore the contribution of smallholder production to food security in some sub-Saharan African countries and relates it to the South African case. Noting that many of the world’s hungry are smallholder farmers, it is clear that food insecurity is closely linked to...
Angola - Benin - Botswana - Burkina Faso - Cabo Verde - Chad - Congo - Eritrea - Ethiopia - Gabon - Gambia - Ghana - Guinea - Guinea-Bissau - Kenya - Lesotho - Liberia - Madagascar - Mali - Mauritius - Mozambique - Namibia - Niger - Nigeria - Rwanda - Senegal - Sierra Leone - South Africa - Eswatini - Uganda - Zambia - Zimbabwe
2009

Note/document d'orientation
Mieux connaitre la réalité de l’exploitation familiale ouest-africaine

La notion d’exploitation agricole familiale trouve son origine dans l’organisation de la production agricole en Europe. Elle a pris corps et s’est consolidée dans le discours théorique des agronomes et des économistes agricoles à partir du début du XX ème siècle. Elle repose sur une dominance historique longue en Occident...
Chad - Mali - Niger - Senegal
2004 - Coopération Suisse au développement

Article de revue spécialisée
Sources of growth in smallholder agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa

The role of vertical integration of smallholders with processors and marketers of high value-added items
The point of departure of this paper is that African nations cannot afford to ignore smallholder agriculture, however difficult its prospects may seem. Region wide, at the beginning of the 1990's, 85 percent of Africa's population was rural, and more than a quarter of the labour force was actively engaged...
Cabo Verde - Central African Republic - Chad - Comoros - Congo - Equatorial Guinea - Eritrea - Ethiopia - Madagascar - Mali - Mauritius - Sao Tome and Principe - Seychelles - Somalia - South Sudan
1999
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