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African smallholder farmers

Rice production and sustainable livelihoods
This paper presents an overview of rice production in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and discusses the importance of rice to smallholder farmers. The paper further describes the impact of the application of appropriate rice production technologies, through the introduction of integrated production pest management (IPPM) and farmer field schools (FFS) by...
2004 - Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO)

Étude de cas
Escalonando la Agroecología. Procesos y Aprendizajes de Cuatro Experiencias en Chile, Cuba, Honduras y Perú

El Proyecto Escalonamiento de Experiencias Agroecológicas Exitosas en América Latina representa una segunda fase del Proyecto “Sustainable Agriculture Networking and Extension” (SANE), la misma que fue financiada por el Centro Internacional de Investigaciones para el Desarrollo (CIID) en el marco del Programa Minga “Gestión de Recursos Naturales en América Latina...
Chile - Cuba - Honduras - Peru
2004 - Centro Internacional de Investigaciones para el Desarrollo (CIID)

Ouvrage
Conservación y abandono de andenes

Los andenes en el Perú son considerados un legado tecnológico ancestral a la producción agrícola ya que representan modelos de sistemas tradicionales de adaptación ecológica, por esta razón, se encuentran incluidos dentro de los Sistemas Ingeniosos de Patrimonio Agrícola Mundial (SIPAM).  En la presente publicación se presenta una revisión acerca...
Peru
2004 - Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina (UNALM)

Article de revue spécialisée
Typologie des élevages caprins dans la région de Chefchaouen au nord du Maroc

Fonctionnement actuel et perspectives
Cette étude a pour objectifs d’identifier les principaux types d’élevage caprin existant dans la région de Chefchaouen dans le Rif marocain, décrire leurs modes de fonctionnement, identifier et analyser les principales contraintes auxquelles ils sont soumis et établir un agenda de recherche et de développement prioritaire pour l’amélioration de la...
Morocco
2004 - International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM)

Article de revue spécialisée
Etude du système d'élevage et du mode d'exploitation des parcours collectifs

Cas de la zone de Ain Oussara (région de Djelfa), Algérie
Les parcours steppiques, région d’élevage ovin, sont marqués depuis plusieurs décennies par une forte dégradation et une réduction du couvert végétal spontané. Les principales causes de cette dégradation sont le changement du système pastoral traditionnel vers un système de production agro-pastoral, mal maîtrisé, et le déclin de l’organisation sociale tribale...
Algeria
2004 - Centre International de Hautes Études Agronomiques Méditerranéennes (CIHEAM)

Article de revue spécialisée
Impact des technologies d’orge sur l’amélioration de la production et l’intégration cultures/élevage en zone semi-aride Marocaine

Au Maroc la culture d’orge est connue pour son importance agronomique, zootechnique et socio- économique. Différents projets de recherche et développement ont été conduits ces dernières quinze années dans la province de Khouribga qui est considérée comme région pilote en matière de production d’orge et d’ovins. L’objectif des essais était...
Morocco
2004 - Centre International de Hautes Études Agronomiques Méditerranéennes (CIHEAM)

Étude de cas
Factors affecting smallholder farmers’ adoption of soil and water conservation practices in Zambia

Land and water for agriculture are scarce natural resources hence the promotion of good land management has taken center stage in Zambia. This study attempts to measure the factors that could be associated with the adoption of conservation farming practices considering that farmers have multiple practices to choose from and...
Zambia
2004 - Michigan State University

Ouvrage
AsiaDHRRA: Three Decades of Nurturing Partnerships, Solidarity Building, and Working with Asian Rural Communities

In our 30-year story, we share the reasons why we exist and the inspirations that keep us growing and flowing as a community of individuals and living structures dedicatet to the development of humanity among people in Asia, especially the poor. We thank all the people and partners who shared...
2004 - Asian Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Asia (AsiaDHRRA)

Article de revue spécialisée
L'agriculture et la Securite Alimentaire : Une etude comparative des Pays du Maghreb

Les politiques agricoles et agroalimentaires suivie~ au niv~au des pays d~ Grand Maghreb ont ete toutes marquees par l'empnse de l'~tat qUI a do~e lieu a des mesures complexes de soutien des prix, de subventIOns aux prodUlts alimentaires de base visant, particulierement, a soutenir les strategies na· tionales de securite...
Algeria - Morocco - Tunisia
2004

Rapport
Sistematización de experiencias rurales

Alternativas de comercialización: las ferias francas
Esta publicación corresponde al Cuaderno n°38 del Centro de Apoyo al Desarrollo Local (CEADEL). Se produjo en el marco del Proyecto de Articulación de los Programas Alimentarios con el Sector Productivo de Alimentos en la Provincia de Tucumán (etapa II) llevado a cabo entre el Consejo Federal de Inversiones (CFI)...
Argentina
2004 - Centro de Apoyo al Desarrollo Local (CEADEL)

Manuel
Small-scale poultry production

Technical guide
Keeping poultry makes a substantial contribution to household food security throughout the developing world. It helps diversify incomes and provides quality food, energy, fertilizer and a renewable asset in over 80 percent of rural households.Small-scale producers are however constrained by poor access to markets, goods and services; they have weak...
2004

Note/document d'orientation
A note on food security and land tenure security in Lesotho

In this note of food security and land tenure security in Lesotho, the authors present arguments in favour of the enactment and implementation of legislation in Lesotho that will enhance land tenure security in the country. Some of the arguments include: Tenure insecurity is not the primary constraint on the...
Lesotho
2004

Article
Subsistence Farming and Rural Unemployment – the Case of Slovakia

This paper aim is to examine various assumptions referring to the increase of subsistence farming in Slovakia during the transformation period. Based on statistical data from small landholdings and individual, non-registered farms in various regions of the country (districts with high and low unemployment, eastern and northern versus western and...
Slovakia
2004 - Studies on the Agricultural and Food Sector in Central and Eastern Europe

Article
Rural Development in Albania and the Role of Agriculture: A Case Study in the Prefecture of Elbasan

The objective of the paper is to analyse the evolution and strategies of Albanian farms in order to understand the process of adapting to the market economy, to outline the role of agriculture in the country's socio-economic development and to identify future strategies of public policies in rural areas. The...
Albania
2004 - Studies on the Agricultural and Food Sector in Central and Eastern Europe

Article
Agricultural Problems in Georgia and Strategic Policy Responses

Georgia is one of the poorest countries in the former Soviet bloc. Over half of its 4.7 million people live below the poverty line, second only to Romania among central and eastern European countries. The purpose of this paper is to describe the grassroots reality of the country’s agricultural sector...
Georgia
2004 - Studies on the Agricultural and Food Sector in Central and Eastern Europe

Article
The Role of Private Household Plots in Russian Rural Development

Development is broadly viewed as a process of widening substantive human freedoms or capabilities. In accordance with the concept laid out in the “Development as Freedom,” by SEN (1999), the widening of choice, i.e., the larger number of effective, available alternatives that lead to an ever-greater ability to live a...
Russian Federation
2004 - Studies on the Agricultural and Food Sector in Central and Eastern Europe

Rapport
Towards sustainable agriculture and rural development in the Ethiopian highlands

The Ethiopian highlands comprise nearly 45 percent of the total land area and support over 85 percent of the country's 64 million people that are overwhelmingly rural. The highlands are the centre of economic activity of the country and are characterized by enormous ecological, environmental, agricultural and cultural diversity. The...
Ethiopia
2004 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Note/document d'orientation
Policy options

This section aims to identify feasible policy options that target key components identified in the Causal chain analysis in order to minimise future impacts on the transboundary aquatic environment. Recommended policy options were identified through a pragmatic process that evaluated a wide range of potential policy options proposed by regional...
2004 - United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP)

Document technique
Local knowledge systems and the management of dryland agro-ecosystems

Some principles for an approach
Local agricultural knowledge in dry-land land-use systems is centred on the conservation, use and optimisation of soil moisture and soil organic matter. Additionally, biodiversity is carefully managed and nurtured to interface with hydrological and nutrient cycling to provide for ecosystem resilience, food security and diversity, and risk minimisation.
Kenya - Tunisia
2004 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Article
Agriculture in Southeastern Poland – Main Problems of the Systemic Transformation Process

For Poland, the last decade of the 20th century was a time of intensive social, political and economic change. Poland was confronted with the necessity of quick but deep changes in the economy, as well as in state administration and the functioning of newly-established self-government structures. As a result of...
Poland
2004 - Studies on the Agricultural and Food Sector in Central and Eastern Europe
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