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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 revue spécialisée
Los entornos de los pequeños productores de micro cuencas andinas de Huánuco, Perú

Este  documento  recoge  los  aspectos  más  relevantes  de  la  experiencia  de transformaciones productivas, de gestión y de capacidades asociativas de cara a  la  comercialización  por  parte  de  pequeños  productores  de  Huánuco  y  sus organizaciones, y evalúa aquellos aspectos de sus  entornos  que han facilitado y que han limitado el cambio....
Peru
2013 - Centro Latinoamericano para el Desarrollo Rural (RIMISP)

Article de revue spécialisée
Risk management strategies utilized by small scale poultry farmers in Oyo State, Nigeria

Implications for agricultural transformation
Birds can only tolerate narrow temperature changes; therefore, poultry flocks are vulnerable to climate induced risk. This study investigated risk management strategies utilized by small scale poultry farmers in Oyo state. A total of 118 respondents were sampled using multi stage sampling procedure. Interview schedule was used to elicit perception...
Nigeria
2013 - University of Ibadan

Article
Organic Agriculture in Serbia, At a Glance 2013

This Industry Study reviews the current status of organic agriculture in Serbia and examines the sector in the context of historical developments, future challenges and opportunities. The first steps in organic production development were taken back in 1990, when NGO Terra’s established a promotional network of producers, farmers, advisors and...
Serbia
2013

Article de revue
Agriculture contractuelle et boom de l’hévéaculture villageoise en Côte d’Ivoire

Certaines sociétés multinationales qui investissent dans des achats massifs de terre semblent constituer des menaces pour l’avenir des agricultures familiales. L’agriculture contractuelle, en revanche, peut s’avérer une alternative pour réduire les conflits sociaux, transférer et construire des innovations techniques et institutionnelles. Cette hypothèse est testée dans le Centre-Ouest de la Côte...
Côte d'Ivoire
2013 - Cahiers Agricultures

Article de revue
Camélidos: una riqueza desaprovechada

Mesa Redonda
La importancia y trascendencia histórica de los camélidos en nuestro país es muy grande. Tanto que, incluso, una vicuña está registrada como símbolo patrio del Perú en el Escudo Nacional. Sin embargo, los diferentes gobiernos nacionales han mostrado sempiterna indiferencia al sector dedicado a la crianza de camélidos, a pesar...
Peru
2013 - Centro Peruano de Estudios Sociales (CEPES)

Partie d’un ouvrage
Situación y perspectivas de la agricultura familiar en América Latina y el Caribe

Con el objeto de profundizar el conocimiento de la Agricultura Familiar, en el presente documento se entrega una caracterización del sector en las tres principales regiones de ALC. Se analizan restricciones, desafíos y perspectivas, y se presentan recomendaciones de políticas públicas que posibiliten su desarrollo y lo sustenten en el...
2013

Article de revue
Faciliter l’accès à des intrants de qualité : la stratégie du PADER-BGN pour renforcer l’autonomie semencière des paysans de Basse Guinée Nord

 Description de l’initiative et des effets du PADER-BGN, un projet initié en octobre 2004 et  mis en œuvre en Guinée dans deux régions administratives (Boké et Kindia), cinq préfectures (Boffa, Boké, Fria, Dubréka et Télimelé) et 26 Communes Rurales. Par cette initiative de multiplication et de diffusion de semences de riz,...
Guinea
2013 - Innovation environnement développement Afrique (IED Afrique)

Document de travail
La Cooperativa La Norteña Ycuamandy’yú y las pequeñas unidades productivas de la cadena del cedrón en Paraguay

Este  documento  recoge  los  aspectos  más  relevantes  de  la  experiencia  de trabajo de la Cooperativa Norteña de San Pedro  Ycuamandy’yú con pequeños productores  vinculados  a  la cadena  del  cedrón  y  las  transformaciones  que vivieron  la  cooperativa  y  sus  socios,  los logros alcanzados,  los  factores  que facilitaron y que limitaron los...
Paraguay
2013 - Centro Latinoamericano para el Desarrollo Rural RIMISP

Article de revue spécialisée
What drives technology utilization, learning and transfer in agriculture?

Lessons from Nigerian women farmers
This study examines the factors that drive technology utilisation, learning and transfer among women farmers in Nigeria. It assesses both modern and indigenous technologies used in farming activities. Three states were purposively selected from the six that comprise the South West geopolitical zone of the country. Structured questionnaire was administered...
Nigeria
2013

Ouvrage
Potentially Important Food Plants of Vietnam - Vietnamese

Formed in 2007, Food Plant Solutions Rotary Action Group (FPS) creates science-based educational materials, which: identify highly nutritious local food plants, explain how to grow them in a sustainable, agroecological way, detail the nutritional value of the plants and describe why human bodies require those nutrients. The resources created by FPS allows people to better...
Viet Nam
2013

Revue spécialisée
Caravan - An integrated ‘systems’ approach for dryland agroecosystems

This issue of Caravan presents some successes of the collaboration of scientists and other stakeholders from ICARDA and national partners, where participatory research with local communities and women’s groups in particular, has reaped a range of benefits through an integrated systems approach. These examples demonstrate a path forward for sustainably...
Afghanistan - India - Iraq - Jordan - Morocco - Syrian Arab Republic - Tunisia
2013 - International Center for Agriculture Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA)

Note/document d'orientation
West african agriculture and climate change

A comprehensive analysis
Agriculture is vital to livelihoods in West Africa. It is the main source of employment for the 290 million people who live in the region, employing 60 percent of the workforce, and accounts for 35 percent of the region’s gross domestic product (GDP). This crucial economic activity is endangered by...
2013 - International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Article de revue spécialisée
La diversificación de los mercados como estrategia de la agricultura familiar

Partiendo de distintos abordajes teóricos sobre los mercados, el artículo analiza las formas de comercialización de los fruticultores familiares del noreste de la provincia de Buenos Aires (Argentina). El área reviste particular interés por conformar un sistema productivo local que experimenta desde hace varios años un proceso de retracción, en...
Argentina
2013 - Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (Conicet)

Document de travail
Modern variety adoption and intensification in Indonesian shrimp aquaculture

Are poor farmers included?
The primary objective of this paper is to identify if smallholders are participating in the growth of the shrimp aquaculture industry in Indonesia, a modern globalized agriculture sector that is characterized by (1) bi-modal size distribution of farms — at one end is a large mass of small household farms,...
Indonesia
2013 - International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Article de revue spécialisée
Social trajectories of first generation’s rural subjects accessing to university education in the Maule Region, Chile

This paper aims to illustrate the social history of first generation’s rural youth accessing to the university in the Maule region, Chile. In a society wherein education has become the most important positions allocation mechanism, there is a need for a reflection on the conditions of production and distribution of...
Chile
2013 - Universidad de Concepción, Chile

Ouvrage
Women fish vendors in Mumbai: Workshop report, 2-3 December 2012, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai, India

This workshop 'Women Fish Vendors in Mumbai', was a platform to analyze issues facing women fish vendors in Mumbai and to discuss, based on their proposals, strategies that may be adopted to secure their livelihoods. Held on 3rd December, 2012 the workshop brought together representatives of the Maharashtra Fisheries Department,...
India
2013

Article de revue
Garantir un accès permanant au financement pour assurer la viabilité des Organisations paysannes (OP) : l’expérience du Programme d’Appui au Développement Rural dans le Guéra (PADER-G).

Le PADER-G s’engage pour une nouvelle approche d’encadrement des Organisations paysannes (OP) dans le Guéra (région du Tchad), pour en faire de vrais artisans de développement de la région. Un an après la mise en œuvre des actions du Programme sur le terrain, l’approche capte l’attention des bénéficiaires et donne...
Chad
2013 - Innovation environnement développement Afrique (IED Afrique)

Projet
COPA stores: a network of direct sales Frubaça Cooperative

Frubaça is a  fruit growers cooperative, situated in the municipality of Alcobaça, with activity from 1992, currently having 25 members. The main objective is to enhance the production of apples, pears and peaches, through a strategy involving product quality and innovation by adopting practices that ensure consumer and environment protection and...
Portugal
2013 - Frubaça Cooperative

Rapport
Implicaciones del comercio internacional de bioetanol de caña para la seguridad alimentaria en Centroamérica

Oportunidades y retos ante el Acuerdo de Asociación con la Unión Europea
El Acuerdo de Asociación con la Unión Europea representa una serie de oportunidades de mercado para la agroindustria de la caña centroamericana, derivadas de las ventajas comparativas de los países de la región para producir bioetanol y las metas que la UE ha establecido en materia de utilización de biocombustibles...
2013 - Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura (FAO)

Article de revue
Innovation on family farms

All businesses need to innovate if they are to thrive, and family farms are no exception. By thinking ahead and developing new approaches, farmers can increase output, develop new and improved products, diversify and tap into new income streams, and remain environmentally sustainable. Innovative farms are more likely to weather...
Austria - Belgium - Bulgaria - Croatia - Cyprus - Czechia - Denmark - Estonia - Finland - France - Germany - Greece - Hungary - Ireland - Italy - Latvia - Lithuania - Luxembourg - Malta - Netherlands (Kingdom of the) - Poland - Portugal - Romania - Slovakia - Slovenia - Spain - Sweden - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
2013
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