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Private sector companies are ones that are not owned by the government. This is opposed to the public sector that consists of industries such as education and unemployment insurance.

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Enero 2023
Global

Digital innovation continues to offer opportunities for a transformative shift in the Global South's agrifood sector, but it also faces significant challenges. Known for its diverse agricultural practices and smallscale farming, the Global South requires customized solutions to enhance productivity and sustainability and ensure scaling.

Enero 2023
Líbano

On July 24, 2023, the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) and the Lebanese Agricultural Research Institute (LARI) under the Ministry of Agriculture organized a Multistakeholder Workshop on “National Alliance of Stakeholders for the Wheat Sector in Lebanon”. The agenda of the workshop is provided in Appendix 1.

Enero 2023
Senegal

In October 2023, IWMI organized a workshop with the National Agency of Civil Aviation and Meteorology (ANACIM) and the support of Alliance Bioversity-CIAT on behalf of the CGIAR Initiative on Climate Resilience, ClimBeR, to launch the AWARE Platform in Senegal.

Enero 2023
Global

One of the main objectives of the Innovahubs model promoted within the regional Initiative AgriLAC Resiliente is to provide spaces for collaborative learning by promoting the exchange and participation of actors from the different regions of intervention in Honduras and Guatemala.

Enero 2023
Malasia

This report presents the outcome of the lessons learned workshop organized by WorldFish in partnership with the AICCRA CSA-Bundle two Accelerator partners working on integrated aquaculture-agriculture systems in Luapula and the Northern Provinces of Zambia.

Enero 2023
Global

In many countries in Southern and Eastern Africa, input subsidy programmes are common, often focussing on inorganic fertiliser. These programmes often do not achieve their food security objectives, partly because soil health is in decline as a result of years of application of inorganic fertilisers in the absence of other soil ameliorative measures.

Enero 2023
Global

Compared to food crops, forages registration in Tanzania has lagged. Largely, the system relies on old materials e.g. Chloris gayana developed decades ago without no newer officially registered materials in the country to benefit livestock production especially cattle. This shortcoming has been recognized before, but no concerted effort towards addressing the same.

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