7 edition of International development assistance work focused on tropical smallholder families found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references: p. -246.
|Statement||by Friedrich P. Behmel.|
|Series||Department of Geography publication series,, no. 57|
|Contributions||University of Waterloo. Dept. of Geography.|
|LC Classifications||HD1476.D44 B44 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 252 p. :|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||2004444439|
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with cash payments. Future efforts should focus on complementing current DFS innovations with other innovations that are based more solidly on the financial needs, behaviors, and aspirations of smallholder families. Crop Payments in Ghana: Reducing Cost and Risk, Improving Smallholder.
development partners on good governance in project assistance is aimed at nudging countries to improve governance so that resources spent produce value and the benefits of development assistance reach the target beneficiaries as intended.
The issue of good governance in smallholder agriculture came under the spotlight in the wakeFile Size: KB. community, international organizations, government and non government organizations (NGOs) towards promoting a vibrant microfinance sector.
The promise of microfinance lies in its ability to empower people to work on their own to eradicate poverty while avoiding by: Julie March is the Agriculture and Food Security Technical Advisor for the United States Agency for International Development’s Office of US Foreign Disaster Assistance.
With a long term focus on ecology, ecological systems and farming systems, she has technically supported the integration of this kind of systems thinking into disaster response, recovery and resilience programs.
First, FAO will promote innovative approaches for sustainable agriculture, natural resource management and climate change resilience in the context of national food security. Thereby FAO will put emphasis on enhancing the knowledge base for climate-smart agriculture.
Introduction. Africa is predominantly rural, with 54% of the population engaged in majority of farmers cultivate small, fragmented parcels of land, yet are responsible for the bulk of food production, making the smallholder farm sector a key player in the continents rural economy.A farming system is defined as the complex of resources that are arranged and managed Cited by: Tropical Research and Conservation Centre (TRCC) is a Nigerian NGO active in the southeastern rainforest region of the country and in the Niger delta.
It works closely with the local communities, building capacity and implementing pilot projects focused on sustainable resource use and habitat restoration.
The International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) is an international grant-making NGO promoting evidence - informed development policies and programmes.
We are theAuthor: Jyotsna Puri. The Competitiveness of Tropical Agriculture: A Guide to Competitive Potential with Case Studies describes and synthesizes existing methodologies for evaluating competitiveness in agriculture, introduces extensions and refinements, and provides a novel approach based on a combination of quantitative and qualitative methodologies.
Blended investment fund design and development. ISF advised a multi-lateral client on the design and development International development assistance work focused on tropical smallholder families book a blended public and private debt investment fund focused on rural SMEs and smallholder producer organizations, with a supporting technical assistance facility to.
its work includes linking smallholder farmers, via larger, so-called nucleus farmers, to big international companies such as Coca Cola or Chiquita.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) is also active in Ghana’s horticultural sector but works through government structures and tries to avoid areas dominated by large internationalFile Size: KB. Strategies to increase adoption of animal vaccines by smallholder farmers with focus on neglected diseases and marginalized populations.
development, scaling-up, and registration were thus. We focus on four strategic goals that help drive agricultural transformation and that ensure this transformation is inclusive: increase agricultural productivity for smallholder farmers; increase smallholder farmer household income; increase equitable consumption of a safe, affordable, nutritious diet year-round; and increase women’s empowerment in agriculture.
Angola - Market Oriented Smallholder Agriculture Project (English) Abstract. Ratings for the Market Oriented Smallholder Agriculture Project (MOSAP) for Angola were as follows: outcomes were satisfactory, the risk to development outcome was moderate, the Bank performance was moderately satisfactory, and the Borrower performance.
An initiative of. The Smallholder Finance Facility (SFF) offers support for investments in crucial value chains, co-financing smallholder farmers – together with supply chain actors – in order to improve their productivity and thus livelihoods.
The Facility aims to invest up to $50 million into upstream supply chain projects over the coming 5 years. Second, through farm development, including replanting, access to inputs and crop diversification.
And third, by partnering with suppliers on strategic programs focused on helping smallholder farmers achieve RSPO certification, which results in higher yields, better access to markets, increased profitability and more reliable income streams.
The negative impacts of climate change on agriculture could erode gains made toward gender equality in Ghana. Much of the literature on gender dimensions of climate change adaptation has focused on assessing differences in coping and adaptation practices of smallholder farmers.
Mostly overlooked is whether gender influences influenced perception of effectiveness of adaptation practices and Cited by: 8. Since climate change undermines poverty reduction and development gains, IFAD has focused on mainstreaming of climate change adaptation in smallholder agriculture across its investment programmes.
IFAD works closely with poor rural people in Viet Nam, most of whom are smallholder farmers, ethnic people, cooperatives, women groups and small. The family focus builds on development work in health, nutrition, population, agriculture, and rural development. Myers (), writing for UNICEF in his book, The Twelve Who Survive, reviewed international development frameworks for child survival, health, nutrition, and development, with the child as the focus.
IFAD’s strength lies in the diversity of our staff and their commitment to our mandate. We value professionals with strategic vision, a proven capacity to work in teams and generate results, and a deep understanding of and strong commitment to international development.
In addition to providing a supportive and thriving work environment, IFAD offers professional career development and an. 4. Weather shocks hit hard, and smallholder families have few tools to cope. Weather-related shocks dealt major hardships to families in each of the three samples.
Within the last five years, for example, 72% of Smallholder Diaries families in Pakistan lost at least one-quarter of one of their crops to a weather shock.
Financial Inclusion for Smallholder Farmers in Africa Project (FISFAP) Inthrough a partnership comprising AGRA and the Mastercard Foundation and worth US$m, the Financial Inclusion for Smallholders Farmers in Africa Project (FISFAP) launched to facilitatefarmers in Ghana, Kenya, and Tanzania to access financial services.
A comparative study of two smallholder dairy cooperatives in Kenya examines the question: what factors are conducive to producing sustainable smallholder cooperatives that can gain entry into the vertical value chain in liberalized post-colonial economies.
The relative weight of income advantage; selective individual incentives and, social capital on maintaining member patronage are assessed Cited by: 5. Crop production remains low in Africa because the majority of food producers are smallholder farmers who lack access. to financial services, farming inputs (including improved seeds and fertilizers), agricultural training and fair crop markets to.
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world development report Agriculture for Development. world development report Agriculture for A new role for agriculture in development 44 focus A: Declining rural poverty has been a key factor in aggregate Nominal rates of assistance In a project co-funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) to improve livestock health, the foundation is providing $41 million over five years to support the development and delivery of key veterinary vaccines, medicines, and diagnostics.
Over ninety agriculture sector practitioners will meet at the facilities of the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) in Cotonou, Benin, on February to train trainers on the management of one of the most destructive crop pests, the Fall Armyworm (FAW; Spodoptera frugiperda) in Africa, with particular focus on West Africa.
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This third of a four-part Coffeelands series (Part 1, Part 2, Part 4) looks at livelihood diversification, labor, research, and introduces influence, which is covered in more depth in part 4.
Livelihood diversification Agriculture livelihoods For more on CRS' approach to supporting smallholder farm families, see Pathway to Prosperity. The What Works Working Group was brought together under the auspices of the Center for Global Development's Global Health Policy Research Network, with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates n experts in international health, development economics, public policy, and other fields participated as members of the working group.
The WHO has made contributions for health sector reforms, research in tropical diseases and women’s health, disease control, blood safety and the development of health guidelines. The United Nations Development Programme is also highly involved with development assistance in Tanzania.
iv From Seed to Scale-Up» April Confidently influence multilateral and co-financing partners 28 Undertake multiple functions and engage multiple players 29 Research is one possible part of change for rural development 32 Land systems are central to rural development.
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These projects have reached more t smallholder families, including nearly 9, coffee farmers. The coffee work includes collaborations with processors (Robusta) and roasters (Arabica) in local and international markets. 8, coffee-growing families. Funded by USDA/Food for Progress. Smallholder value chains are dynamic, changing over time in sudden, unpredictable ways as they adapt to shocks.
Understanding these dynamics and adaptation is essential for these chains to remain competitive in turbulent markets. Many guides to value chain development, though they focus welcome attention on snapshots of current structure and performance, pay limited attention to Cited by: World Bank Approves $10 Million For Smallholder Agriculture Development.
WASHINGTON, Septem – Today, the World Bank approved a $10 million additional financing from the International Development Association (IDA)* to Lesotho’s ongoing Smallholder Agriculture Development Project (SADP). The added funds are aimed at increasing market output among.
But, like many of the million smallholder household’s worldwide, agricultural production is just one of their many income-generating activities. They balance several sources of income, within and outside of agriculture, while juggling a range of family needs and using an equally diverse portfolio of financial tools.
% INCREASE IN SMALLHOLDER PRODUCTIVITY AND INCOME not to use a narrow definition for its work, but to focus on rural poverty reduction and improved Promote the application of. Seed sector development specifically geared to smallholder farmers has attracted substantial investment in recent years.
As examples, from tothe World Bank funded 87 seed sector projects, worth $ US million, with a strong focus on the vulnerable (Rajalahti ) and, in the same period, the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa’s Program for Africa’s Seed Systems Cited by: International Collaboration Receives Grant to Advance Improvements in Cassava Harvests and Nutrition for Smallholder Families in Sub-Saharan Africa U.S.
Agency for International Development.The Board for International Food and Agricultural Development (BIFAD) advises the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on issues concerning agriculture, Higher Education in developing countries, and food was established by Title XII of the Foreign Assistance Act, and both the BIFAD board and Title XII recognize the critical role of U.S.