FAO-COOPI-OCHA-UNHABITAT/SAIO/2014. This booklet provides an overview of the FFS approach and considerations for FFS implementation, and relates FFS experiences in Africa and the southern Africa region.
The training addresses the need of advisers and experts involved in rural development and natural resource management with the intention to better understand agro-pastoral livelihood systems as an integral part of a holistic approach to food and nutritional security.
Organised byOrganised by CTA, the EC/DECVO, the ACP Secretariat and Concord in partnership with INSARD (Including Smallholders in Agricultural Research for Development)
*The next Brussels Development Briefing -/ Farmer-driven research to improve
food and nutrition security/ - will take place on the 14th November 2013 at
the Jacques Delors Building  (in Brussels).*
You can download the detailed program of the event , as well as a brief
research note on the topic here . Use the form on the right
to register , or send an email to email@example.com . The Briefing will
also be broadcasted live online via webstreaming. The link will be announced
on the day of the event.