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October 2021
Author(s): Neza, B.N., Higiro, J., Mwangi, L.W. and Ochatum, N.
Investing in farmers – or agriculture human capital – is crucial to addressing challenges in our agri-food systems. A global study carried out by the FAO Investment Centre and the International Food Policy Research Institute, with support from the CGIAR Research Programme on Policies, Institutions and Markets and the FAO Research and...
October 2021
Author(s): Kumar, A., Kumar A., Kumar, M.
nvesting in farmers – or agriculture human capital – is crucial to addressing challenges in our agri-food systems. A global study carried out by the FAO Investment Centre and the International Food Policy Research Institute, with support from the CGIAR Research Programme on Policies, Institutions and Markets and the FAO Research and...
October 2021
Author(s): Mwangi, M., Shuto, K., Mwangi, P., Mburu, M., Mburugu, S.
Kenya’s Smallholder Horticulture Empowerment and Promotion Approach provides technical and soft skills based on the theory of self-determination. The training has influenced farmers to change their mindsets and behaviour towards market-oriented horticulture. In addition, most farmers gained confidence in applying the skills acquired, which resulted in improved production and marketing and increased incomes. The approach was found to be effective...
October 2021
Author(s): Freeman, K., Dias Pereira, L., Bullor, L., Perego, V.M.E., Escudero, D., Voss, F., Pessoa, T.
Invertir en los campesinos, o capital humano de la agricultura, es crucial para hacer frente a los retos en los sistemas agroalimentarios globales, desde alimentar a la creciente población mundial de forma sostenible y con alimentos seguros, saludables y nutritivos, hasta encontrar soluciones innovadoras para una agricultura más resiliente y climáticamente inteligente. MEJORAR LAS HABILIDADES DEL CAPITAL HUMANO PARA LA...
October 2021
Author(s): Peterson D.J., Downey L.H., Farrell B.C.
Investing in farmers – or agriculture human capital – is crucial to addressing challenges in our agri-food systems. A global study carried out by the FAO Investment Centre and the International Food Policy Research Institute, with support from the CGIAR Research Programme on Policies, Institutions and Markets and the FAO Research and...
September 2021
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The purpose of this Early Insight is to highlight the key findings of the food system assessment undertaken in Burkina Faso under the Catalyzing the sustainable and inclusive transformation of food systems initiative, a joint initiative between the EU, FAO, CIRAD and national governments. It also suggests a possible way forward ahead of the UN Food System Summit to be...
September 2021
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The purpose of this early Insight is to highlight the key findings of the food system assessment undertaken in Madagascar under the Catalyzing the Sustainable and Inclusive Transformation of Food Systems Initiative, a joint initiative between the EU, FAO, CIRAD and national governments. It also suggests a possible way forward ahead of the UN Food System Summit to be held...
September 2021
Author(s): Puri, M., Rincon, L., Maltsoglou, I.
This report presents a structured approach to identify and estimate the market size of specific renewable energy technologies that have the potential to be deployed across specific stages of the agri-food chains. More specifically, the methodology first analyses the countries’ value chains and aggregates them into similar agri-food groups when possible. Once the groupings are defined, the value chains are...
September 2021
Author(s): Castillo M.; Cazzuffi, C.; Chamorro, C.; Pérez-Silva, R.; Sandoval, D.; Sepúlveda, M.
Invertir en agricultores, o en capital humano agrícola, es esencial para encarar los desafíos de nuestros sistemas agroalimentarios. El Programa de Alianzas Productivas (PAP) de Chile promueve vínculos comerciales sostenibles entre los pequeños agricultores y las grandes empresas. Fundado en 2007 y atendiendo hoy...
September 2021
Author(s): Kaspersen, L., Rankin, M.
This brief highlights potential challenges faced to increase agricultural production and improve supply chains when setting up agro-industrial parks, in sub-Saharan Africa. It presents nine key messages, drawing on concrete experiences from supply-side investment planning in Ethiopia and developing community-based integrated marketing centres in Côte d’Ivoire and Zambia.
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