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Les petites prospérités rurales en Itasy, Madagascar

Apport d’une analyse microéconomique des classes sociales intermédiaires dans l’étude des dynamiques du changement structurel
L’agriculture et le secteur rural jouent un rôle primordial dans le processus de développement des pays à base agricole. Cette fonction ne peut être assurée qu’à l’aide de politiques publiques qui tiennent compte de la diversité et de la complexité des milieux ruraux. Le préalable est donc d’avoir des connaissances...
Madagascar
2016 - Universite de Bordeaux

会议录
Rural communication services for family farming. Contributions, evidence and perspectives

Supporting dialogic communication and knowledge sharing processes is a powerful means of helping farmer organizations, indigenous peoples, rural communities and civil society organizations to make their voices heard and be part of the development agenda. Rural communication services and policies can translate farmers’ right to communication into fair and transparent...
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

博文
Georgia benefits from obsolete pesticide clean-up

During the Soviet era, pesticides were habitually overused or misused in efforts to boost food production. Today, large quantities of obsolete and banned pesticides pose a significant threat to people’s health and the environment. Georgia said goodbye to the last of its stocks of old pesticides last month, as a convoy...
Georgia
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

视频
Sridonoretno Coffee

On the coffee flavor is actually very Universal Indonesia, he can translate a matter of taste in every country and eventually everyone recognizes that Indonesian coffee is the best.
Indonesia
2016

博文
Community Supported Agriculture in Norway

The official policy of the present Norwegian government is to encourage fewer, bigger farms. With only 3% of the land suitable for farming, Norwegian agricultural production is limited and most of the food comes from abroad. In the fjords, there are big salmon farms largely for export, and Norway still...
Norway
2016 - URGENCI

杂志文章
Pulse Panchayat - Achieving self-sufficiency in pulse production

Pulse panchayat is an integrated approach in establishing a sustainable production, value addition and marketing system. The initiative implemented by a Farmer Producer Company in Tamil Nadu, is moving towards achieving self-sufficiency in pulse production.
India
2016 - Leisa India

活动
AgroForum Mare Balticum – Environmentally Smart Agriculture

Current situation in European agriculture has to meet new challenges due to volatile agricultural markets and uncertain political situation in neighbouring countries. Past events have shown various bottlenecks in contemporary food production and trade. In order to provide for global food security, it is necessary to intensify agriculture, boost production,...
Estonia
2016 - Estonian University of Life Sciences

博文
Where are forests in Europe’s Sustainable Development Goals plans?

Forests are vital to achieving the SDGs and the aims of the Paris Agreement. Without action to protect forests, the problems posed by poverty and climate change will only get worse, 
European Union
2016 - EurActiv

视频
Sustainable Mechanization. Creating new perspectives in rural areas

Josef Kienzle speaks about mechanization: What is it, how can it improve small farmers’ livelihoods and how does it bring perspectives to the youth in rural areas? 
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

杂志文章
Perspectives: Strengthening people’s knowledge

For the past half century agricultural innovation has denied a voice to the many groups who work outside the profession of science – farmers, food providers, women and the urban poor. The value of their expertise gained through practical experience must be recognised in the production and validation of knowledge....
India - Mali
2016 - ILEIA - centre for learning on sustainable agriculture

通讯文章
Venezuela’s food revolution has fought off big agribusiness and promoted agroecology

Just days before the progressive National Assembly of Venezuela was dissolved, deputies passed a law which lays the foundation for a truly democratic food system. The country has not only banned genetically modified seeds, but set up democratic structures to ensure that seeds cannot be privatized and indigenous knowledge cannot...
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)
2016 - Common Dreams

简讯
Regional Office for Africa Quarterly Newsletter for a Hunger Free Africa. January - April 2016

This edition of the RAF Newsletter is a special coverage from FAO-RAF that takes into account activities marking the 29th Session of the FAO Regional Conference for Africa held in Abidjan. It presents to readers pictorial narratives and captions of the conference with key quotes from key personalities of the...
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

博文
Small-scale fishing: a solution rather than a problem

The fish in the sea are a public resource and provide not only a vital source of protein and nutrients for billions of people globally but also 60 million jobs in the primary sector, 90% of them in small scale fishing and 15% of them women. Closer to home, the European...
European Union
2016 - Low Impact Fishers of Europe

个案研究
Zero Budget Natural Farming in India

Zero Budget Natural Farming (ZBNF) is a set of farming methods, and also a grassroots peasant movement, which has spread to various states in India. It has attained wide success in southern India, especially the southern Indian state of Karnataka where it first evolved.  The movement in Karnataka state was...
India
2016 - La Via Campesina

杂志文章
Uncultivated foods - The hidden treasure

The share of uncultivated foods from the forest has gradually declined in the diets of Paharia tribes in Jharkhand. Initiatives like conservation, preservation, processing of uncultivated foods has helped them regain their position and enhance the dietary diversity of the communities, also addressing the issues of hunger and malnutrition.
India
2016 - Leisa India

政策简报/文件
Financing Organic Agriculture in Africa

Mapping the issues
Organic Agriculture (OA) is a rapidly growing sector in Africa, with strong links to economic and sociocultural development in the continent (Willer and Kilcher, 2012; Auerbach, 2013). OA can also be seen as a relevant tool to advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2, 12, 13 and 15 on sustainable...
2016 - United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)

博文
New round of agricultural censuses in Asia is key to achieving SDGs

Twenty-one Asian countries are participating in a roundtable discussion as part of the FAO’s World Programme for the Census for Agriculture 2020 (WCA 2020).  The roundtable discussion was opened by Kundhavi Kadiresan, FAO Assistant Director-General and Regional Representative for Asia and the Pacific. The census, held once every ten years,...
Thailand
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

个案研究
Inspirational ideas: Improving welfare for cows…and farmers

Lone Andersen is an organic dairy farmer from the west of Denmark. Along with her husband, she has been working with robotic technology since 2009 and she says “it has not only improved welfare for the cows, but also for us as farmers!” 
Denmark
2016 - EIP-Agri

期刊
Quantifier et chiffrer économiquement les externalités de l’agriculture biologique

Les activités agricoles génèrent, parallèlement à la production de biens agricoles, des externalités négatives (coûts sociaux) ou positives (bénéfices ou aménités) non pris en compte par le marché. La réduction des externalités négatives et l’accroissement des externalités positives représentent des atouts pour la collectivité, qui peuvent justifier un soutien financier de la société....
France
2016 - INRA

技术文件
Distress Migration and Youth in Protracted Crises

The Junior Farmer Field and Life Schools approach
This note focuses on the topic of distress migration and youth in protracted crises, and the possible solutions from the JFFLS approach, using case studies of FAO interventions. Migration is a common phenomenon in protracted crises, mainly resulting from displacement due to conflict, natural disasters and /or the deterioration of...
2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
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