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Gouvernance des mécanismes fonctionnels d’une innovation agroécologique : cas de la production de biopesticides au Cameroun

La production de biopesticides pour l’agriculture est une innovation agroécologique qui répond à la nécessité de réduire, d’une part, les externalités négatives de l’utilisation des pesticides chimiques sur la santé et l’environnement, et d’autre part, la dépendance aux aléas du commerce international, surtout dans les pays en développement. Dans ce...
2024 - CIRAD

Pour une gestion durable des sols en Afrique subsaharienne

La faible productivité de l’agriculture en Afrique subsaharienne est due en grande partie à la dégradation de la fertilité des sols. Les agricultures familiales, pilier de la sécurité alimentaire de cette grande région, doivent relever le défi de la restauration et du maintien de la capacité productive des terres. Les...
2024 - CIRAD

Nourrir sans détruire avec des systèmes alimentaires territorialisés durables : le cas de l’espace Afrique-Europe

Après quatre transitions technologiques et organisationnelles en 400 000 ans, l’humanité est en quête d’une sécurité alimentaire durable et partagée. En effet, les lourdes externalités négatives du système agro-industriel devenu hégémonique en 150 ans incitent à reconstruire les systèmes alimentaires dans une perspective socio-écologique. Sur la base d’une synthèse de diverses prospectives, les...

Valorisation des sous-produits du palmier-dattier pour contribuer à la durabilité des oasis du Maroc

L’objectif de l’étude est de réduire les risques de dissémination du Fusarium oxysporum fs albedenis (bayoud) et d’incendies de palmeraies, causés par l’accumulation des sous-produits du palmier dattier. Pour cela, nous avons réalisé des entretiens avec les phœniciculteurs des oasis et de leurs extensions sur l’entretien du palmier dattier, la...

The future of family farming at the balance

What is the future for family farming? This was the question posed in a technical discussion bringing together family farmers, representatives of governments, researchers, and experts from FAO and IFAD held at FAO headquarters in January. The “Future of Family Farming” meeting was held within the framework of the UN Decade...
2024 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Mainstreaming Gender Equality and Social Inclusion in Nature-Based Solutions for Climate Change Adaptation

The impacts of the climate and biodiversity crises on people’s livelihoods and opportunities differ greatly based on their gender and other intersecting identity factors. Populations that face systemic marginalization and discrimination are often disproportionately affected.  International actors and scientific bodies, such as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the Intergovernmental...
2024 - International Institute for Sustainable Development

The Restoration Initiative: 2022 Year in Review

2022 marks The Restoration Initiative’s (TRI) fourth full year of implementation. While the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic still lingers across the world, including for TRI partners, the year was full of successes for programmatic objectives. As travel restrictions were lifted and further collaboration was made possible, TRI partners were...
2023 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

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Fisherfolk in Peru preserve mangroves and ocean resources through co-management

Communities in Peru work with local authorities to manage the unique marine ecosystems on which their environment and livelihoods depend. The Global Environment Facility-funded, FAO Coastal Fisheries Initiative has built the capacity of the community to ensure that they can oversee their ecosystems in a sustainable and productive way.
2023 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Organic Hemp - Harvest products products and opportunities

Enthusiastic fans see hemp as a crop that can meet current challenges such as climate change and resource scarcity. But can hemp really fulfill this expectation and what potential does the plant offer organic farms in Switzerland? A new fact sheet provides essential information on organic hemp cultivation for interested...
2023 - FiBL - Research Institute of Organic Agriculture

Тематическое исследование
Youth in Mauritania uncover the potential that their lands have to offer

An FAO project develops young people’s skills and sets minds towards agriculture
Aly Oumar Mohamed Sy used to almost dread the idea of making a living from farming. But “now that I’ve learned how to take care of the soil and cultivate it, I consider farming as my life's work,” says the 24-year-old from Mauritania’s Trarza region. What’s made the difference is...
2023 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Guidelines on forest biodiversity monitoring methodologies for Central Asian countries

For effective forest biodiversity monitoring in FAO Sub-regional Office for Central Asia (SEC) countries (Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Türkiye), it is important to develop cost-effective and efficient monitoring methods. The main purpose of the guidelines on forest biodiversity monitoring methodologies is to support FAOSEC countries in their...
2023 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

From Germany to Uganda: Stephan’s Mission to Elevate Robusta Coffee

At the heart of the Slow Food Coffee Coalition, there are individuals—coffee farmers, entrepreneurs, and coffee lovers—each with a remarkable and deeply intertwined story. Their connection goes beyond just signing the Manifesto and embracing the values of the Slow Food network; it’s fueled by a profound passion that fuels a...
2023 - Slow Food

Natural Farming Through a Wide Lens - True Cost Accounting Study of Community Managed Natural Farming in Andhra Pradesh, India

Global agriculture and food systems are not on track to achieve the targets set by Agenda 2030 to achieve zero hunger and eradicate malnutrition by 2030. There is an urgent need to develop strategies that can provide enough nutritious food for all in a manner that enhances livelihoods and does...
2023 - Global Alliance for the Future of Food

How to manage fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) on smallholder farms

Fall armyworm (FAW), an agricultural pest native to the Americas, was first detected on the African continent in 2016 and has since spread across Africa and Asia. FAW feeds on over 350 plant species but prefers maize and other staples, and hence potentially threatens the incomes and food security of...
2023 - Center for International Forestry Research and World Agroforestry CIFOR-ICRAF

What’s the Buzz about bees?

Having adapted to local environments, you can find a wide range of bee species and races living in different regions of our planet. Several species (and subspecies) are kept by humans for honey production or pollination services
2023 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Resultados Económicos de Modelos Productivos Porcinos. Informe Nº 81. Abril 2023

Este documento elaborado en el marco del Proyecto “Caracterización de gestiones económicas de sistemas de producción agropecuarios de pequeña y mediana escala” (vigente desde enero del 2020) presenta estimaciones sobre comportamientos de resultados económicos de modelos productivos y tiene como propósito aportar información que favorezca la inclusión de productores, mejore...
2023 - Centro de Información de Actividades Porcinas (CIAP)

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Anniversary voices: "A national organic action plan would be extremely beneficial for Switzerland"

These voices will share their perspectives on FiBL and talk about their relationship with the institute. This time, it is Maya Graf's turn. She is a politician, social worker and co-owner of her family's organic farm in Sissach in the canton of Baselland. In 2001, she moved into the Swiss National...
2023 - FiBL Switzerland

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Millet: the “forgotten crop” is making a comeback

The drought-resistant cereal millet is now undergoing a renaissance in its cultivation and consumption as an important crop in sustainable agrifood systems. Türkiye ranks high in the world as a drought-risk prone country. As climate change accelerates the frequency and severity of droughts, it is  the production of drought-tolerant crops...
2023 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Тематическое исследование
Smartphones are boosting gender equality in Georgia and beyond

Women smallholder farmers are leveraging technology and innovation as new agricultural tools
Nestled in the vast plains of Georgia, in the shadows of the snow-covered Caucasus mountains, Malika Machalikashvili’s farm in Pankisi Gorge was once pretty traditional. She and her family shared the day-to-day work of caring for the livestock and poultry, gardening the vegetables and taking care of the hazelnut orchard,...
2023 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

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FAO–Türkiye Partnership Programme enhances collaboration among food safety authorities in the region

The Partnership Programme on Food and Agriculture (FTPP), a collaboration between the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Türkiye, includes a spectrum of activities aimed at strengthening the food and agriculture sector in Central Asia. FAO, with funding from Türkiye, is now midway through the implementation...
2023 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO
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