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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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Asserting Rights, Defining Responsibilities: Perspectives from Small-scale Fishing Communities on Coastal and Fisheries Management in Cambodia

The studies aimed to document and explore the understanding that fishing communities have about their rights to fisheries and coastal resources, as well as the obligations and responsibilities associated with these rights, and to document and discuss their initiatives to assert these rights and fulfill their responsibilities. The studies formed...
Cambodia
2007 - International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)

Étude de cas
Impact Of Compost Use On Crop Yields In Tigray, Ethiopia

Since 1998, the Bureau of Agriculture and Rural Development of Tigray Region has adopted the making of compost as part of its extension package and by 2007 at least 25% of the farmers are making and using compost. A reflection of the success of this approach is that between 2003...
Ethiopia
2007 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Rapport
Asserting Rights, Defining Responsibilities: Perspectives from Small-scale Fishing Communities on Coastal and Fisheries Management in Asia - Workshop and Symposium proceedings, 3-8 May 2007, Siem Reap, Cambodia

This publication is a record of the proceedings of the Siem Reap Workshop and Symposium. It provides a bottom-up perspective on how rights are understood, and what rights are seen as important by small-scale fishing communities, if they are to fulfil their responsibilities for managing resources in a sustainable and...
Cambodia
2007 - International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)

Document de travail
Marketing strategies and organisational structures under different organic certification schemes

The paper compares the organizational structure and marketing strategies in organic supply chains operating under three certification schemes in developing and transition economies. A value chain management approach needs to be considered when analysing the requirements associated with supplying certified organic products. Regardless of the scheme, complying with organic standards...
Brazil - Czechia - Hungary - India - Thailand
2007 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Document de travail
Business services in support of farm enterprise development

case studies
In recent years the development of rural enterprises has increasingly attracted attention amongst the development community owing to the broadening of opportunities for the commercialization of smallholder agriculture. Despite this interest, there are several factors that continue to limit the capacity of farmers and rural entrepreneurs to make an effective...
Bangladesh - Burkina Faso - India - Nepal - Rwanda - Sri Lanka - Uganda
2007 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Ouvrage
Chile: Género y comercio exterior agropecuario

La información que se presenta en este libro corresponde, en su mayor parte, al informe final de una investigación realizada por CENDEC para la Oficina de Estudios y Políticas Agrarias (ODEPA) del Ministerio de Agricultura de Chile, dentro de las actividades del Programa de Mejoramiento de la Gestión de Género. El...
Chile
2007 - Centro para el Desarrollo de Capital Humano (CENDEC)

Manuel
Guidelines “Good Agricultural Practices for Family Agriculture”

This manual has been prepared by the Group on Agriculture of the FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean. The purpose of this work is to spread the basic concepts of Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) in order to: guide the production systems towards a sustainable agriculture and ecologically...
2007

Ouvrage
Sizing up - Property Rights and Fisheries Management: A collection of articles from SAMUDRA Report

Only by recognizing fishing rights that are socially sensitive and address the issues of labour, gender and human rights, can fishing communities, especially small-scale, traditional ones, be assured of social justice in the face of moves towards ecological and resource sustainability. These are some of the issues discussed in this...
2007 - International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)

Ouvrage
Promises and challenges of the informal food sector in developing countries

This publication provides an overview of recent literature on the potential of the informal food sector (IFS) to facilitate an affordable supply of food to urban areas and generate income for low-income households. The goal is to identify global patterns, topics for further research, and policy suggestions. It also draws...
Bangladesh - Chile - Côte d'Ivoire - Cuba - Ecuador - Fiji - Guatemala - India - Malawi - Mozambique - Nicaragua - Nigeria - Philippines - Sierra Leone - Thailand - Trinidad and Tobago
2007

Article de revue spécialisée
Producción agroecológica de leche de cabra

Una alternativa para la agricultura urbana y familiar
En una finca agroecológica de una hectárea se introdujeron dos cabras de la raza Saanen con el objetivo de evaluar en un módulo agroforestal, el comportamiento reproductivo y productivo de las madres y las crías en estabulación permanente en cubículos independientes de 3,24 m2 . Durante el período abril de...
Cuba
2007 - Instituto de Investigaciones Fundamentales en Agricultura Tropical (INIFAT)

Apprentissage en ligne
Nutritional Status Assessment and Analysis

This course covers the basic concepts of malnutrition, describes how nutritional status is assessed, and identifies the most commonly used nutrition indicators, as well as the criteria to be used when selecting the indicators in specific contexts and situations.
2007 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Document technique
Women farmers’ productivity in sub-Saharan Africa

The need to focus on women farmers' productivity, which can be an effective engine for social change, has become increasingly clear in sub-Saharan Africa. Women have a significant role in farming and post-harvest activities in most countries in the region. Nevertheless, a complex set of rights and obligations reflecting social...
Burkina Faso - Ghana - Kenya - Malawi - Nigeria - Sierra Leone - Sudan - Zambia - Zimbabwe
2007 - United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Article de revue spécialisée
Determinants of rural poverty in Africa

The case of small holder farmers in Kenya
Sub-Saharan Africa is likely to hold large numbers of very poor rural people in the near future unless sustainable intervention measures are undertaken. Although both history and theory point to the important role of agriculture in poverty reduction, such growth today faces even more difficulties. This study uses a probit...
Kenya
2007

Étude de cas
Conservation Agriculture in Africa

Conservation agriculture in Zambia: a case study of Southern Province
This case study presents the status of conservation agriculture in Zambia. It is one in a series of eight case studies about conservation agriculture in Africa, which were developed within the framework of a collaboration between CIRAD (French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development), FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of...
Zambia
2007 - African Conservation Tillage Network (ACT)

Manuel
Establishing a Tree Nursery

Many people in Eastern Africa depend on forests and trees to meet various needs. With growing populations, these resources are being rapidly depleted. Many farmers want to plant trees but cannot readily obtain high-quality tree seedlings. Establishing a tree nursery can help to meet this demand and provide you with...
2007 - The ACP-EU Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA)

Ouvrage
No-tillage Seeding in conservation Agriculture

This book is a much-expanded and updated edition of a previous volume, published in 1996 as "No-tillage Seeding: Science and Practice". The base objective remains to describe, in lay terms, a range of international experiments designed to examine the causes of successes and failures in no-tillage. The book summarizes the...
2007 - CAB International (CABI)

Rapport
Small-Scale Coastal Fisheries in Europe

The necessity of improving knowledge in fisheries and especially small-scale coastal fisheries in order to analyze the conditions for their sustainable development is increasingly recognized. The three main requirements for the sustainable development of fisheries are the simultaneous present and future well-being of the bio-ecological system, the human system and...
2007

Site web
Centro de Estudios para el Desarrollo Rural Sustentable y la Soberanía Alimentaria (CEDRSSA)

El Centro de Estudios para el Desarrollo Rural Sustentable y la Soberanía Alimentaria fue creado en la LIX legislatura (29 de abril de 2004), con el objetivo de que los Diputados particularmente aquellos vinculados con el sector rural, dispongan de un soporte de información oportuna, objetiva y veraz, que les...
Mexico
2007 - Centro de Estudios para el Desarrollo Rural Sustentable y la Soberanía Alimentaria (CEDRSSA)

Manuel
Le conseil à l’exploitation familiale agricole en zone cotonnière d’Afrique Centrale

 Module de formation " Conseil à l’exploitation Familiale", destiné aux écoles d’agriculture qui souhaitent donner à leurs élèves une sensibilité à la gestion des exploitations agricoles en s’appuyant sur des modules ajustés aux spécificités des exploitations familiales en Afrique. Les travaux sur le conseil à l’exploitation familiale agricole (CEF) ont...
2007 - Centre de Coopération Internationale de Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD)

Article de revue spécialisée
Intercropping aromatic plants with coffee (Coffea arabica L.) under greenhouse and field conditions

Most of the natural products that cause allelopathy are secondary metabolism copounds synthesized by plants and microorganisms, and most of the currently identified are present in aromatic plants. Allelopathic and autotoxic effects of coffe plants are well known due to production and accumulation of caffeine in a soluble form in...
Mexico
2007 - Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia
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