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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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Hygienic milk processing: clean environment, clean utensils

This Technical Bulletin is the first in a series produced by the Women's Livelihoods and Dairy Goat Project being implemented in Afghanistan and Pakistan. This IFAD-funded project aims to improve rural livelihoods in marginal, conflict and post-conflict areas of the two countries. Hygienic milk production, handling and processing are key...
Afghanistan - Pakistan
2009 - International Center for Agriculture Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA)

Manuel
Aprendiendo a cultivar papas nativas con Panchito

Cuaderno de trabajo para el 5° y 6° grado de educación primaria
Esta guía dirigida a niños, comienza "Pancho tiene 11 años y vive en una comunidad campesina a más de 4 000 metros sobre el nivel del mar. Él nos acompañará mientras conocemos el mundo de las papas, contándonos su historia, cómo cultivarlas, cómo manejar la tierra y qué productos podemos...
Peru
2009 - Soluciones Prácticas

Document technique
A Vision for Sustainable Land Management Research in Central Asia

Central Asia consists of five ‘transition’ economies (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan) and covers 399.4 million hectares (Mha), about two-thirds of which are drylands. Developing sustainable land management options in this region must take into account the biophysical constraints (low rainfall, extreme rainfall variability, and heat and cold stresses),...
Kazakhstan - Kyrgyzstan - Tajikistan - Turkmenistan - Uzbekistan
2009 - ICARDA Central Asia and Caucasus Program

Rapport
Women marginalised farmers speak out

A Zambian case study
Women farmers grow, buy, sell, cook food and feed their children. They produce 60 – 80%1 of food in most developing countries and, as such, it is women that hold the key to tackling hunger and malnutrition. Yet their needs are often not recognised or understood. As a result, policy...
Zambia
2009 - Concern Worldwide

Article de revue spécialisée
Evaluation de la durabilité des élevages de petits ruminants au Liban

L'évaluation de la durabilité de 129 élevages de petits ruminants au Liban a été réalisée à l'aide d'un outil dérivé de la méthode IDEA (Indicateurs de Durabilité des Exploitations Agricoles), qui évalue les trois composantes agro-écologique, socio-territoriale et économique de la durabilité. L'analyse multivariée des 39 indicateurs a permis de...
Lebanon
2009 - International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM)

Article de revue spécialisée
Sustentabilidad de agroecosistemas en tres comunidades Mbya Guaraní del Depatamente de Caaguazú

Una propuesta metodológica
Los Mbya Guarani son un pueblo que se dedican a la caza, la pesca, la recolección y la agricultura. Su agroecosistema se caracteriza por no poseer límitesdefinidos, cuyo fin es la producción de alimentos con mano de obra familiar. Estainvestigación tiene por objetivo desarrollar una propuesta metodológica de evaluación de...
Paraguay
2009 - Universidad Nacional de Asunción

Article de revue
Descentralización y desarrollo rural

¿Hacia dónde van las regiones?
Uno de los principales objetivos de la descentralización es el desarrollo socioeconómico de las regiones. En un país como el Perú, en donde los espacios rurales albergan un porcentaje sustantivo de la población, de los trabajadores y de la actividad económica, el desarrollo rural también resulta estratégico para lograr este...
Peru
2009 - Centro Peruano de Estudios Sociales (CEPES)

Projet
Smallholder Pig Farming in Niue - Terminal Report FAO/ITA/NIU/02

The smallholder pig farming project in Niue began implementation in late 2005, after several months of waiting for the project to be cleared, trying to understand the Food & Agriculture Organisation’s (FAO) implementation procedures, and getting national project staff assigned to the project. During the inception phase, project staff needed...
Niue
2009

Document de conférence
Livelihoods and economic crisis: the case of smallholder farmers in Zimbabwe (1999-2008)

In the past decade a political and economic crisis has unfolded in Zimbabwe, resulting in two-digit negative growth rates, sky-rocketing inflation, decline in the rule of law and a disintegration of markets, notably rural input, output and labour markets. There has been little or no primary data collection to document...
Zimbabwe
2009 - African Studies Centre

Apprentissage en ligne
Methodologies for Implementing the Right to Food

This course, entitled “Methodologies for Implementing the Right to Food”, is part of the "Right to Food Curriculum outline" developed by FAO to support the progressive realization of the human right to food. This course describes a series of analytical, educational and normative methodologies that offer guidance and hands-on advice...
2009 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Article de revue
Cocineros y campesinos del Perú, uníos

La Sociedad Peruana de Gastronomía (APEGA) busca fortalecer vínculos entre el boom gastronómico y el pequeño productor.
Peru
2009 - Centro Peruano de Estudios Sociales (CEPES)

Rapport
Inventory of smallholder contract farming practices in Zimbabwe

This report was submitted to SNV Zimbabwe in December 2007, revised in 2009, and documents the experiences of twenty-five companies contracting smallholder farmers in Zimbabwe to produce cotton, tobacco, paprika, sugar cane, vegetables, sorghum and various seed and legume crops in a hyperinflationary environment. The only company contracting farmers to...
Zimbabwe
2009 - SNV Netherlands Development Organisation

Document de conférence
Position and Perspectives of Small Farms with Respect to the Structure Development of Subsequent Vertical Link

Position and Perspectives of Small Farms with Respect to the Structure Development of Subsequent Vertical Link Blažková, I., Sadílek, T. (2009). Proceedings of 111th Seminar, June 26-27, 2009, Canterbury, UK The article describes the position and perspectives of small farms’ production sales with respect to the structure development of subsequent vertical...
Czechia
2009

Article de revue
La participación de la sociedad civil en el manejo del agua depende de la forma que adquieran los consejos de cuenca

La Ley de Recursos Hídricos (Ley 29338) -que crea la Autoridad Nacional del Agua (ANA) y los consejos de cuenca, entre varios nuevos conceptos para la administración del agua en el país- fue aprobada en marzo de este año. Su reglamento, sin embargo, todavía está en borrador, y no es...
Peru
2009 - Centro Peruano de Estudios Sociales (CEPES)

Article
The flexibility of family farms in Poland

The Article investigates the flexibility of the Polish farming sector during transition, where flexibility is considered to be a farm’s ability to change output by sustaining average costs. We argue that flexibility is a crucial factor in a farmer’s competitive advantage, especially under dynamic environmental conditions. We propose a flexibility...
Poland
2009

Ouvrage
Agriculture - Summary Report

The agricultural sector, according to national accounting statistics, made up 1.65% of overall GDP which represents an interannual drop of 0.28 percentage points. In the case of the food industry its share in GDP rose by 0.19 to 2.72%. In 2009 price development for agricultural products was very unfavourable. The...
Czechia
2009

Vidéos
Mountain Farming of Norway: Land use history and development of cultural landscapes

The total landscapes of Norway are dominated by mountains, forests, open heathlands and grasslands. Only about 3% of the land surface is suited for cultivation or arable farming. The land use patterns of uncultivated areas were therefore of great importance to traditional farming economy, and even today they have impact...
Norway
2009

Manuel
Cocinas seguras: cocinando sanamente con fogones mejorados

La presente cartilla explica la construcción y funcionamiento fogones mejorados implementados en el marco del convenio Mejora de las condiciones de vida en zonas rurales vulnerables, a través del acceso y gestión de servicios básicos sostenibles con alternativas de usos de tecnologías apropiadas para la mejora de salud y rendimiento...
2009 - Soluciones Prácticas

Rapport
Strategies to support South African smallholders as a contribution to government's second economy strategy (volume 1)

Situation analysis, fieldwork findings and main conclusions
This study is a response to a request from those developing the Second Economy Strategy to help identify the key elements of an implementable programme to support the smallholder sector. At the core of the exercise was a set of case studies of ‘best practice’ – that is, of smallholders...
South Africa
2009 - Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS)

Ouvrage
Comprendre l’agriculture familiale

Diagnostic des systèmes de production
Le développement de services de qualité, au bénéfice des agricultures familiales des pays du Sud, revêt un enjeu économique et social considérable. Tout d’abord, parce que l’agriculture familiale rassemble une grande partie de l’humanité. En effet, au sein de la population rurale mondiale, qui représente encore 41 % de la...
2009 - Quæ, CTA, Presses agronomiques de Gembloux
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