|Global food challenge in graphics||December 5, 2013||
As part of the 2013-2014 World Resources Report, a series of 18 graphics have been published to provide a vi
|Philippines agroforestry project under review||December 5, 2013||
Five years on from the start of an agroforestry, livelihood and infrastructure project in the Philippines, evaluation will begin to determine the project’s impact on farmers and their communities.<
|Refresher course updates Indian agroforesters||December 5, 2013||
Teachers and scientists working in agroforestry and related disciplines in India have benefited from training provided by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research.
|African Plant Breeding Academy launched||December 4, 2013||
The new African Plant Breeding Academy has opened in Nairobi, Kenya with the aim of improving the livelihoods of Africa’s smallholder farmers and their families, reducing hunger and boosting Africa
|The food gap can be closed||December 4, 2013||
By improving the way food is produced and consumed, the food gap can be closed and a more productive and healthy environment created.
|Government support needed to boost agriculture in Uganda||December 4, 2013||
Improving agricultural productivity and reducing poverty in Uganda will depend on supportive government policies, according to Alhaji M Jallow, Country Representative for the Food and Agriculture O
|Project to support pro-poor climate change mitigation||December 4, 2013||
A project underway in East Africa and Southeast Asia is developing tools and methodologies to support pro-poor climate change mitigation options in agricultural landscapes.
|Milking success in East Africa||December 2, 2013||
The success of the East Africa Dairy Development (EADD) project in increasing milk volumes and quality, and improving market access is the subject of an article in the Business Daily.
|FAO review shows agroforestry is benefitting Malawi and Zambia||December 2, 2013||
Agroforestry and conservation agriculture practices in Malawi and Zambia are increasing crop yields and providing financial and livelihood benefits according to a review by the Food and Agriculture
|Ghana’s water issues require a change in agriculture||December 2, 2013||
To address climate change and predicted water quality and quantity issues, a project is Ghana is helping riparian farmers convert from unreliable rain-fed agriculture to small-scale irrigation farm