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Isolina Boto posted Information 24 October 2017

Agriculture and Tourism are two critical industries for most Pacific economies, and strengthening linkages between the two will provide new income generation and growth opportunities for value chain actors serving the broader tourism market.

Women collecting wood Uganda
The health of Uganda’s wetlands impacts everything from the livelihoods of surrounding communities to rates of gender-based violence. The proper management of this unique ecosystem can help address root causes of conflict while empowering women at the same time.
Milena Pirolli posted Information 13 September 2017

The Unit C1 dealing with rural development, food security and nutrition in the Directorate General for International Cooperation and Development  published its guide: Because Women Matter - Designing interventions in food, nutrition and agriculture that allow women to change their lives.

Dorothee Georg uploaded a new Document 10 October 2013

The OECD, together with Italy, organised a Side Event on PCD and Global Food Security in the context of the UN General Assembly’s Special Events towards achieving the MDGs on Post-2015.

17
Sep
From
17 September 2018 to 21 September 2018
in (Ethiopia)
Organised byAcademy for International Cooperation (AIZ)

 

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.

Milena Pirolli posted Information 16 October 2017

“Millions of people around the globe depend on farmland, fisheries and forests for their livelihoods. But the increasing pressures on our precious natural resources carry multiple social, economic and environmental threats.

02
Dec
From
2 December 2015 to 4 December 2015
in Douala (Cameroon)
Organised byUN ECA

The main objective of this seminar [1] is to build the capacity of Central
African States to tackle climate change challenges to agricultural production
by means of proactive policies and approaches at the national and
sub-regional levels. The event will bring together experts from central
government services responsible for agricultural policies in the countries of
the sub-region, as well as parliamentarians and representatives of diverse
sub-regional and regional agencies and development partners, including: the
Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC) Commission; the
Secretariat General of the Economic Community of Central African States
(ECCAS); the Central African Forest Commission (COMIFAC); the Economic
Commission on Cattle, Meat and Fish Resources in CEMAC (CEBEVIRHA); the
African Centre of Meteorological Applications for Development (ACMAD); and
the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO). 

[1] http://www.uneca.org/stories/adapting-agriculture-climate-change-central...

Farmers in Rwanda
In the first of our user-submitted stories, we present a think piece from the EU Delegation to Rwanda on the key lessons from the development of the country’s new strategic framework for the agriculture sector.
Angus Graham uploaded a new Document 23 June 2017

Innovative risk management strategies in rural and agriculture finance.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome, 2017.

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