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➤ Knowledge for Investment K4I

Through K4I, we are committed to sharing knowledge via key studies and publications. Topics are wide ranging – from improving urban food systems governance to more climate-sensitive agricultural investments to country sector reviews, to name a few.

Visit the K4I page to browse through the complete publications catalogue.


➤ Agriculture Human Capital Investment

Investing in farmers – or agriculture human capital – is crucial to addressing challenges in our agri-food systems. These publications look at agriculture human capital investments, from recent trends to promising initiatives in CameroonChile, Côte d'Ivoire, India, Indonesia, KenyaPeru, Rwanda and the United States of America, as well as a global study


➤ Food Systems Assessment (FSA)

Under a partnership between the European Union, FAO, and CIRAD, in cooperation with national and food systems stakeholders, a large-scale assessment and consultation on food systems was initiated in more than 50 countries, as a first step towards transforming them.

The evidence and knowledge gathered so far has identified key questions that will help define policy and investments solutions in view of transforming food systems.


Visit the dedicated FSA web to browse through the complete catalogue of publications.

Recent publications

Author(s): Fileccia, T.
The wool sector in Kazakhstan reached its highest point at the end of the 1980s. Sheep population amounted to 35...
Author(s): Nazhmidenov, K., Fileccia, T., Jumabayeva, A.
These “Highlights on four Livestock sub-sectors in Kazakhstan”...
Author(s): Nazhmidenov, K.
Author(s): Fileccia, T.
Author(s): Edouard, F.
Este documento, cuyo propósito es ofrecer un marco contextual sobre los principals conceptos existentes...
COLOMBIA Assessment of Financial and Economic Resultsof Productive Investments Using a Participatory MethodologyThe Case of Colombia Productive Partnerships Support Project Servicio
Author(s): Francescutti, D.,-Motis, M.M., Olarte-Libreros, Germán A. Muñoz-Bravo