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IFAD’s Gender Strengthening Programme in Eastern and Southern Africa

This publication is intended to inform IFAD-supported project management units (PMUs), other donors and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working in Eastern and Southern Africa about IFAD’s Gender Strengthening Programme in the region. The programme is currently in the process of identifying challenges faced by projects, emphasizing empirical findings from field diagnostic...
Angola - Botswana - Burundi - Comoros - Eritrea - Ethiopia - Kenya - Lesotho - Malawi - Mauritius - Mozambique - Namibia - Rwanda - South Africa - Eswatini - United Republic of Tanzania - Zambia - Zimbabwe
2000 - United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)

Étude de cas
Targeting of rural financial services to women

Marital and enterprise-related factors will affect women’s control over the enterprise for which they borrow.
These days, many credit and savings activities, including those under IFAD-supported projects, target rural women. A 2000 FAO/IFAD study in Uganda highlights the role of microfinance in women’s empowerment. Two questions asked were: (1) Is it appropriate and efficient to provide credit lines exclusively for women? (2) Are women in...
2000 - United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)

Bulletin d'information
Caravan 13: Central Asia and the Caucasus (CAC)

This issue of Caravan chronicles ICARDA’s efforts in developing a research strategy and a need-based research program for the CAC region. In doing so, ICARDA played a major role in bringing together all partners, most importantly donors. The article on page 8 traces the history of this effort and provides...
Armenia - Azerbaijan - Georgia - Iran (Islamic Republic of) - Kazakhstan - Kyrgyzstan - Syrian Arab Republic - Tajikistan - Turkmenistan - Uzbekistan
2000 - International Center for Agriculture Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA)

Soil management for small farms – strategies and methods of introduction, technologies and equipment

Experiences from the State of Santa Catarina (Brazil)
This report is intended for development practitioners, extensionists and leaders or pioneers in farming communities, to inform them about the experiences and initiatives of farming communities in conservation agriculture in Santa Catarina State, Brazil. On the basis of several local initiatives, inventions and developments, there have been widespread improvements in...
2000 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Article de revue spécialisée
Tipología de los sistemas de producción agro-ganaderos en la comunidad campesina de Huantán, Yauyos-Lima

La caracterización adecuada de los sistemas agropecuarios contribuye en la elaboración de estrategias de desarrollo y métodos de extensión específicos según la estructura de los mismos. La presente investigación científica realiza una descripción integral de los sistemas de producción de la comunidad campesina de Huantán en la provincia de Yauyos...
2000 - Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina (UNALM)

Manuel de pratiques intégrées de gestion et de conservation des sols

Ce manuel face à surexploitation des ressources naturelles et des pratiques de gestion des sols inadéquates, la dégradation des terres agricoles est réelle. De nombreux efforts ont été entrepris pour contrecarrer cette évolution, mais les stratégies technologiques sont bien souvent inadaptées à leurs bénéficiaires. Ce manuel illustre un certain nombre...
2000 - Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture (FAO)

Bulletin d'information
TBTI Digest, October 2017

The Too Big to Ignore (TBTI) Digest contains all of the project's recent activities and outputs.
2-17 - Too Big To Ignore - Global Partnership for Small-Scale Fisheries

Article de blog
FAO supports Indonesia’s efforts to achieve food security

During her visit to Indonesia, Assistant Director-General and FAO Regional Representative for Asia and the Pacific, Kundhavi Kadiresan, met with Indonesia’s Minister of Agriculture, Amran Sulaiman, in order to exchange views on the growing collaboration between FAO and the Government of Indonesia.
2-17 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Fiche d'information
Interactions in Agroecology: Virtuous Cycles and Ecosystem Services that Underpin Agricultural Production

This poster describes various innovative sustainable practices used in agroecology. It provides brief information on pollination, natural pest control, crop-livestock integration, soil biodiversity, water management, forest management, nitrogen fixing and other ecological, economic and social principles and techniques of agroecology.
2-16 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Agricultura familiar y acceso a la tierra y urbana y periurbana

Marco Normativo y Estrategias Jurídicas
Este documento ha sido elaborado con la intención de proveer una guía que oriente el abordaje práctico del tema del acceso al suelo con fines productivos en zonas urbanas y periurbanas. Nos parece importante realizar este aporte ya que la cuestión frecuentemente queda soslayada en la intervención y el acompañamiento...
2 - Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria (INTA)

Bulletin d'information
Dimitra Newsletter: High Level Consultation on Rural Women and Information

FAO is organising a High Level Consultation in Rome from 4 to 6 October with a view to improving information for decision-makers, the media and the public at large on the essential role of rural women in agricultural development and their contribution to food security. Emphasis will be laid on...
Gambia - Kenya - Zimbabwe
1999 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

New concepts and approaches to land management in the tropics with emphasis on steep lands

In the tropics most of the steepland areas are settled by small-scale farming families where livelihoods may be endangered by land degradation and associated loss of productivity. This bulletin brings concepts and principles of good land husbandry into focus, as a basis for developing different ways of thinking about safe...
1999 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Article de revue spécialisée
Estrategias de sobrevivencia de los pequeños caficultores en tiempos de tiempos de crisis.

Los cultivos “permanentes”, tales como el café o el cacao, corresponden a los típicos cultivos marcados por fenómenos cíclicos, caracterizados por períodos prolongados de sobreproducción y subproducción. Esos ciclos de producción están vinculados a las limitaciones técnicas del cultivo (un retraso de la entrada en producción comercial de tres a...
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)
1999 - Universidad de los Andes (ULA)

Article de revue spécialisée
Cultural practices and production constraints in smallholder banana-based cropping systems of Uganda's Lake Victoria Basin

Identification of environmentally-sound options for agricultural resource management is necessary to obtain food security for smallhold farming communities in Uganda. Qualitative and quantitative appraisals were conducted in Bukoto county, Masaka district to assess the socioeconomic and biophysical status of the banana and coffee farming system. Three main hypotheses were tested:...
1999 - Makerere University,

Document technique
Fish and fisheries at higher altitudes: Asia

The thirteen papers presented in this publication review fish stocks and fisheries of mountainous areas of Asia: Himalayas (Bhutan, Nepal, northern states of India within the Himalayas), Western Ghats (India), Karakoram-Hindu Kush (Pakistan, Afghanistan), Pamir (Tajikistan), Tien Shan (Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan), Altai (Kazakhstan, Mongolia, China), high altitude lakes of Mongolia and...
Afghanistan - Armenia - Bhutan - China - India - Mongolia - Nepal - Pakistan

Article de revue spécialisée
The significance and management of maize cob rots in smallholder farms in Central Malawi

The main objective of this study was to describe the importance of cob rots in farmers' maize fields and reduced food quality through spoilage. During the 1997/98 season disease incidence and severity levels were evaluated in the Local, MH18, NSCM41, and NSCM51 varieties on farmers' maize from two villages in...
1999 - University of Malawi

Article de revue spécialisée
Opportunities for improving integrated nutrient management by smallholder farmers in the Central Highlands of Kenya

Integrated Nutrient Management (INM) is an important strategy for soil improvement in smallholder systems of East Africa but successful implementation depends upon identification of opportunities for intervention, which are in turn dependent upon a practical knowledge of farm enterprises and decision making. Surveys addressing soil fertility management were conducted among...
1999 - University of Nairobi

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Malta Organic Agriculture Movement

Malta Organic Agriculture Movement is a totally independent and voluntary organization set up in November 1999 to promote Organic Agriculture in Malta. Its members include farmers, consumers, technical people and many others who have the local natural environment at heart.  The primary aims of MOAM is to inform the public...
1999 - Malta Organic Agriculture Movement

Women and Land in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Ensuring that women have independent and secure rights to farmland is an important component of eliminating poverty and increasing economic productivity. This is true for three general reasons. First, women are often the primary food producers for a household, working their household farm plots while their husbands work for collective...
1999 - Rural Development Institute

Conversion of Farms in the City Community of Ljubljana to Organic Agriculture

The project ‘Conversion of farms in the city community of Ljubljana to organic agriculture' started in the year 1998. The main aim of the programme is to stimulate the farmers in the community of Ljubljana to convert to organic farming and offer them relevant advisory services. Our Institute provides the...
1999 - Institute of Sustainable Development
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