Sistemas de investigación y extensión

Publicaciones

Type: Publicaciones
Year: 2020

Between present disruptions and future threats to the food supply chain, the COVID-19 outbreak has generated extreme vulnerability in the agriculture sector. It is therefore crucial to mobilize all available instruments, institutions and stakeholders from both public and private sectors and civil society to ensure an appropriate and timely response.

Agricultural Extension and Advisory Service (EAS) systems play an indispensable role at the frontline of the response to the pandemic in rural areas. However, in order to adapt to the emergency context within the government regulations, EAS providers need to rapidly change their way of operating.

Type: Publicaciones
Year: 2020

This brochure on Global Knowledge Product provides an update of work carried out in 2020 on the development of some selected strategies, guidelines for assessment of innovation systems, strategies for promoting agricultural innovation and knowledge portals for sharing of technologies and good practices that integrate sustainable agricultural production and food security. The development of knowledge products contributes to FAO’s strategic objective on making agriculture, forestry and fisheries more productive and sustainable.

Type: Publicaciones
Year: 2020

This publication contains twelve modules which cover a selection of major reform measures in agricultural extension being promulgated and implemented internationally, such as linking farmers to markets, making advisory services more demand-driven, promoting pluralistic advisory systems, and enhancing the role of advisory services within agricultural innovation systems.

Type: Publicaciones
Year: 2019

This guide captures principles and methods of ongoing coaching processes for innovation niche partnerships under the Capacity Development for Agricultural lnnovation Systems (CDAIS) project, financed by the European Union. The content of this guide is a result of discussions, interactions and application by project team members from Agrinatura, FAO and partners from the eight pilot countries (Angola, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Honduras, Laos and Rwanda).

Type: Publicaciones
Year: 2018

La contribution des femmes à l’agriculture et au développement rural est primordiale pour assurer la sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle de leurs familles et de la société entière. Cependant, malgré l’importance de leur rôle dans l’agriculture, les agricultrices doivent faire face à de nombreux obstacles liés au genre qui limitent leur productivité agricole.