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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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Article de blog
Wadi: A model for sustainable tribal livelihood

Amongst the various models for sustainable livelihoods being tried and tested in the tribal areas of India, the Wadi model has shown a lot of promise. Abhijeet Mohanty, Kieran Robson and Rosie Clarkson, find out why and how the Wadi model is doing in the tribal areas of Koraput district...
India
2015 - India Together

Rapport
Pathways to lasting impact for rural dryland communities in the developing world

Annual report 2014
This research aims to provide the evidence required to help put dryland issues firmly on the development agenda at national, regional, and global levels. Dryland Systems research informs the interventions required by providing international public goods – tools, methods, practices, policies, and technologies – to enhance the economic and social...
2015

Note/document d'orientation
Africa’s smallholders adapting to climate change

The need for national governments and international climate finance to support women producers
Climate change is undermining the ability of African nations to feed themselves. Women smallholder producers are on the front line of dealing with the impacts, but are not first in line for international climate finance. Wealthy countries have committed to helping countries in Africa to adapt to climate change, but...
Ethiopia - Ghana - Malawi - Mozambique - Nigeria - South Africa - Uganda - United Republic of Tanzania - Zambia
2015 - Oxfam International

Événement
Primer Encuentro Latinoamericano de Extensión y Desarrollo Rural / Segundo Foro de la Academia y el Desarrollo Rural

El encuentro, que se pretende desarrollar anualmente, busca visibilizar proyectos, propuestas y reflexiones sobre extensión y desarrollo rural. En su primera versión, se hace énfasis en los aportes de la extensión rural a los procesos de desarrollo y paz en los países latinoamericanos. El ejercicio se orientará desde nueve mesas temáticas...
Colombia
2015 - Fundación Universitaria Agraria de Colombia

Bulletin d'information
Boletín Informativo Trimestral de la Representación de FAO en Ecuador

El boletín, correspondiente al primer trimestre del año 2015, presenta las actividades más importantes llevadas a cabo por la Representación de FAO en Ecuador durante los meses de enero, febrero y marzo. En el documento se destaca la celebración del Año Internacional de los Suelos, los esfuerzos conjuntos de FAO...
Ecuador
2015 - Oficina Nacional de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura en Ecuador (FAO Ecuador)

Vidéos
Sin Fronteras, Sumar para multiplicar: el apoyo del Estado para mejorar la producción

Sin Fronteras es una serie documental que consta de diez capítulos que relatan las historias de productores rurales de Argentina, Brasil, Paraguay y Uruguay. A través de distintas experiencias e historias de vida de diferentes emprendedores, estos documentales proponen acercar el mundo rural al público en general. A lo largo de este capítulo se verán...
Uruguay
2015 - Unidad para el Cambio Rural (UCAR) - Ministerio de Agricultura, Ganadería y Pesca de la Nación Argentina

Article
Agroecology: a success in Asia

November 2015: The AgriCultures Network presents ten inspiring agroecological initiatives throughout Asia and the Pacific. Some have long existed, other have just started. They connect the rural and urban worlds, improve soils, and nourish farmers and citizens with healthy food. They ensure that production can be maintained for the generations...
2015 - AgriCultures Network

Rapport
Commodities and Development Report 2015

Smallholder Farmers and Sustainable Commodity Development
The United Nations General Assembly declared 2014 as the International Year of Family Farming, recognizing contributions of family farming to food security, poverty reduction and sustainable development. And in 2015, the international community agreed on a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In line with this international development agenda, UNCTAD’s...
2015 - United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)

Article de blog
Ecuador: Las mujeres rurales, sus aportes para la construcción de la soberanía alimentaria

El 15 de octubre de 2015, en la Ciudad de Guayaquil, se desarrolló el “Encuentro Nacional de Mujeres Rurales por el Derecho a la Alimentación”, evento que contó con la participación de representantes de organizaciones campesinas de la Costa, Sierra y Amazonía. Este evento organizado por FIAN Ecuador, contó además...
Ecuador
2015 - Instituto para el Desarrollo Rural de Sudamérica (IPDRS)

Note/document d'orientation
Gender and rural development brief

East and Southern Africa
The countries of East and Southern Africa have made major commitments to advance gender equality and women’s empowerment, and they are starting to pay off. A number of countries have achieved substantial progress towards gender parity in primary school enrolment. Nearly all countries have adopted quota systems requiring women’s participation...
Angola - Botswana - Burundi - Comoros - Eritrea - Ethiopia - Kenya - Lesotho - Madagascar - Malawi - Mauritius - Mozambique - Namibia - Rwanda - Seychelles - South Africa - South Sudan - Eswatini - Uganda - United Republic of Tanzania - Zambia - Zimbabwe
2015 - International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)

Article de blog
Cuba: agricultura urbana como fuente de desarrollo

El II Congreso Internacional de Agricultura Urbana, Suburbana y Familiar que tuvo lugar en la sede de Oxfam en Cuba. Especialistas cubanos y de otros países subrayaron la agricultura urbana y el protagonismo de las mujeres como puntos clave para el desarrollo de Centroamérica, el Caribe y otras regiones del mundo.  
Cuba
2015 - OXFAM

Article de revue
Women drive alternative economies in the Himalayas

In the Himalayas, male outmigration and the effects of climate change create challenges for rural women. Many of them develop innovative farming practices based on agroecology, push alternative economies and create niche markets. Women in India, Nepal and China show how agroecology can be a strategy to adapt to changing circumstances, and to drive positive social change.
  Young men from even the remotest places in the Himalayan mountains are leaving their homes in search of income opportunities elsewhere. This trend of out-migration has been driven by increased mobility and access to information, in combination with the effects of climate change, including both increased flooding and drought. Drought...
China - India - Nepal
2015 - ILEIA, Center for Learning on Sustainable Agriculture

Article de blog
Las mujeres rurales de América Latina y El Caribe frente al cambio climático

El cambio climático es una de las principales amenazas para la justicia alimentaria, los modos tradicionales de subsistencia y la vida de las personas. Los impactos del cambio climático en América Latina son cada vez más preocupantes; en particular aquellos que afectan al sector agropecuario y forestal, dada su alta dependencia...
Bolivia (Plurinational State of) - Brazil - Cuba - El Salvador - Mexico - Nicaragua - Peru
2015 - OXFAM

Document de conférence
Declaration of the International Forum for Agroecology

We are delegates representing diverse organizations and international movements of small-scale food producers and consumers, including peasants, indigenous peoples and communities (including hunters and gatherers), family farmers, rural workers, herders and pastoralists, fisherfolk and urban people. Together, the diverse constituencies our organizations represent produce some 70% of the food consumed by humanity. They...
Mali
2015

Divers
Shifting cultivation, livelihood and food security

New and old challenges for indigenous peoples in Asia
The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples was adopted by the UN General Assembly on 13 September 2007. Since then, the importance of the role that indigenous peoples play in economic, social and environmental conservation through traditional sustainable agricultural practices has been gradually recognized. Consistent with the...
Bangladesh - Cambodia - India - Indonesia - Lao People's Democratic Republic - Nepal - Thailand
2015 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Allocution
Declaración de las Mujeres Sumu-Mayangna

Fortalecer las organizaciones de mujeres de los nueve territorios de la Nación Sumu-Mayangna, potenciando sus formas de vida, sistemas de producción y propuesta de desarrollo con cultura, identidad y autonomía
Nicaragua
2015 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Bulletin d'information
Revista Mundo Rural n°12, noviembre 2015

Este número de Mundo Rural incluye artículos sobre: ExpoMundoRural: 17 años de historia de la principal feria campesina, El Catálogo vivo de la agricultura chilena, Comentarios al libro editado por INDAP “Décimas a nuestra Tierra: ExpoMundoRural Un Canto Campesino”, La sabiduría indígena al servicio de la salud, Vino “Lomas Campesinas”: Rescatando antiguas tradiciones del Itata, en Chépica...
Chile
2015 - Instituto de Desarrollo Agropecuario (INDAP)

Article de revue
Perspectives: Shifting African policy towards women and agroecology

The role of rural women and smallholder farmers in African society has been highly undervalued. This is so despite the fact that around 80% of Africa’s population is dependent on smallholder agriculture, it is the backbone of the rural economy, and women provide over two-thirds of the farm labour. There is clear evidence that agroecology is crucial for women farmers. Now we face the challenge of discovering how its principles can best be promoted and how practice can inform policy at local and national level.
  Recently, we have seen unequivocal changes in policies that are transforming African agriculture to facilitate a ‘Green Revolution’. These policies articulate and promote a form of agriculture that focuses on monocropping, expensive external inputs such as agrochemicals and synthetic fertilizers, hybrid/GM seeds and large-scale land acquisition. These changes in policies...
Kenya
2015 - ILEIA, Center for Learning on Sustainable Agriculture

Document de travail
Investigating the gender gap in agricultural productivity

Evidence from Uganda
Women comprise 50 percent of the agricultural labor force in Sub-Saharan Africa, but manage plots that are reportedly on average 20 to 30 percent less productive. As a source of income inequality and aggregate productivity loss, the country-specific magnitude and drivers of this gender gap are of great interest. Using...
Uganda
2015 - World Bank

Vidéos
Sao Tomé: A Brighter Future

Most of the island of Sao Tomé is without any electricity. People battle to build and grow their businesses when they are literally kept in the dark. Now solar energy is promising them a brighter future.
Sao Tome and Principe
2015 - International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
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