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Converging challenges, compounding risks - A region under high pressure

In the Sahel, extreme poverty, fastgrowing populations, climate change, recurrent food and nutrition crises, armed conflicts and insecurity are building up to a perfect storm threatening the lives of communities already living on the brink of crisis. The region is one of the world’s climate change hotspots. Increasingly unpredictable weather patterns,...
Burkina Faso - Cameroon - Chad - Mali - Mauritania - Niger - Nigeria
2016 - UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

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Organic Agriculture and Biodiversity

The fact sheet explains how organic agriculture can sustain biodiversity.
2016 - IFOAM Organics International

Unfinished agendas for forests and climate change: Local communities and smallholders and their organizations as the enabling actors to address climate change

The FAO Forestry Department and partners are organizing a daylong event to refocus our attention on the primary role that smallholder farmers and their organizations can play in the sustainable management of the world’s forests, particularly within the context of climate change. With the right enabling conditions local communities have...
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Water & agriculture: adaptive strategies at farm level

This report presents the results of the EIP-AGRI Focus Group (FG) on “Water & Agriculture: adaptive strategies at farm level”. Water is an essential resource for crop and livestock production. Climate change is generating variations in temperature and rainfall, forcing farmers to rethink how to produce their crops, breed their...
European Union
2016 - EIP Agir - Agriculture & Innovation

El Nino devastates Zimbabwe's harvest, WFP using satellites to mitigate effects of drought

Zimbabwe is one of a number of countries in southern Africa that has declared a drought disaster this year due to the impact of a strong El Nino weather event which meant reduced rainfall for much of southern Africa late last year and during the early months of this year - the same period...
2016 - World Food Programme (WFP)

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Forty years of community-based forestry

A review of its extent and effectiveness
Since the 1970s and 1980s, community-based forestry has grown in popularity, based on the concept that local communities, when granted sufficient property rights over local forest commons, can organize autonomously and develop local institutions to regulate the use of natural resources and manage them sustainably. Over time, various forms of...
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

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Pursuing Rice Agroecology - The APCO model

Rice is the Philippines’ most important food crop and a staple food in most of the country. It is produced by two million farmers in four million hectares of land. It is one of the early adaptor countries of the Green Revolution. Impact studies of the Green Revolution revealed that...

Strengthening Coherence between Agriculture and Social Protection to Combat Poverty and Hunger in Africa

Diagnostic Tool
Agriculture and social protection are fundamentally linked in the context of rural livelihoods in Africa. Poor and food-insecure families depend primarily on agriculture and partly on non-farm income and private transfers for their livelihoods, and are the main target of social protection interventions (FAO, 2015). When embedded within a broader...
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Article de blog
Food and Agricultural Organization of United Nations (FAO) in cooperation with the National Center for Agricultural Research and Extension (NCARE) launch the new Farmer Field School (FFS) Guidelines in Jordan

The Food and Agricultural Organization of United Nations (FAO) launched the new Farmer Field School (FFS) Guidelines in Jordan, in cooperation with the National Center for Agricultural Research and Extension (NCARE). The launch was attended by Mr. Fawzi Al-Sheyyab, the director of NCARE who was representing the Jordanian Ministry of Agriculture,...
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Sustainable agrifood value chains and inclusive agribusiness in the Mediterranean Region

FAO, CIHEAM and the EBRD are convening high-level policymakers, key players from private sector companies, co-operatives and producer organizations, governments, banks, academics and journalists to raise awareness and increase agricultural investment in the Mediterranean. Co-chaired by high-level representatives of the three Organizations, the Forum’s objective is to share good practices and elaborate policy messages in...
2016 - International Center for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM)

Tecnologías para el ahorro de mano de obra: tracción animal e implementos

Este artículo tiene algunas nociones básicas para el uso correcto de tracción animal, incluyendo enganche e implementos. También se explican las ventajas y desventajas de esta práctica, que incluyen ahorro de mano de obra, diversificación de los medios de vida, fortalecimiento de la resiliencia de los medios de vida, equipos,...
2016 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO TECA

The Third European Meeting of CSA in Ostrava: From Farm to Fork or How to Shorten the Food Chain

Between September 16 and 18, 2016 the North Moravian City of Ostrava will play host to a meeting of the European organizations and communities involved in the project of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). The purpose of this gathering that will be attended by over a hundred people from all over...
2016 - Urgency

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Youth: Present and Future of Agriculture and Family Farming

Almost 88 percent of the world’s 1.2 billion youth live in developing countries. Although the global youth population is expected to grow, employment and entrepreneurial opportunities for young women and men remain limited, particularly in rural areas of developing countries. At the same time, there is a largely untapped reservoir...
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Article de blog
Taller Repensando la REAF

¿Cómo seguimos? ¿hacia dónde, con quiénes? ¿Cómo podemos mejorar la gestión y la participación? ¿Cuáles son nuestros próximos desafíos? Entre el 6 y 7 de abril se desarrollará en Montevideo, Uruguay el taller "Repensando la REAF", participarán en el mismo Representantes de la sociedad civil, a través de referentes de organizaciones...
2016 - Reunión Especializada sobre Agricultura Familiar (REAF)

Article de blog

2016 - 中国农业新闻网

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Water governance under uncertainty: the case study of Users’ Associations in Lebanon

Governance of water use for irrigation is a challenging topic, due to alteration in climatic patterns and the resulting resource scarcity in arid and semi-arid regions. Success stories can turn quickly into failures when significant disturbances occur. This contribution focuses on the institutional analysis to highlight factors which enable or...
2016 - International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM)

Article de blog
La Tunisie adoptera l’économie solidaire et sociale en tant que levier du développement

Des programmes de formation adaptés aux besoins de la femme rurale seront mis en place par le ministère de l’agriculture, des ressources hydrauliques et de la pêche outre un espace permanent d’exposition et de commercialisation de ses produits, a affirmé jeudi le ministre Samir Betaieb. Il a ajouté lors du forum sur...

Étude de cas
Agroecology in Extensive Rangeland Pastoralism in the Gobi Desert of Mongolia

Mongolia is located in Central Asia in between Russia and China. Only 1% of the arable land in Mongolia is cultivated with crops. The agriculture sector therefore remains heavily focused on nomadic animal husbandry with 75% of the land allocated to pasture, and cropping only employing 3% of the population. Dundgobi...
2016 - Mongolian Alliance of Nomadic Indigenous Peoples (MANIP),

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Red Nacional de Agricultura Familiar (RENAF Colombia)

Sitio web de la Red Nacional de Agricultura Familiar (RENAF Colombia), explica sus antecedentes, recursos, mesa, eventos, entre otros.
2016 - Red Nacional de Agricultura Familiar (RENAF Colombia)

Adopting a Territorial Approach to Food Security and Nutrition Policy

To date, food security and nutrition (FSN) policies have been developed mainly through traditional, “top-down” approaches; that is, they are designed and implemented at the national level, often without sufficiently taking into account the priorities and needs of local stakeholders, and without involving them in the policy-making process. This lack...
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO
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