GFAR makes agri-food research and innovation systems more effective, responsive and equitable, towards achieving Sustainable Development Goals
Partners in GFAR, at national, regional and international levels, advocate for, and catalyse Collective Actions that strengthen and transform agri-food research and innovation systems
AidData is a research lab at William & Mary's Global Research Institute. We equip policymakers and practitioners with better evidence to improve how sustainable development investments are targeted, monitored, and evaluated. We use rigorous methods, cutting-edge tools, and granular data to answer the question: who is doing what, where, for whom, and to what effect?
Who we are
A unique blend of data, computing, agronomy, food and marketing scientists.
What we do
We collect, translate and enrich global food safety data by harnessing
emerging technologies to achieve greater visibility across the supply chain.
In a complex, dynamic and ever-changing world of big data and emerging technologies across the global food industry, our multi-stage process involves collecting, combining, cleaning, harmonizing and enriching data, to develop a truly high quality big database.
UPA DI s’est donnée pour mission de soutenir la ferme familiale comme modèle d’agriculture durable en appuyant les organisations professionnelles agricoles démocratiques, les systèmes collectifs de mise en marché des produits agricoles et toute autre initiative structurant l’avenir de l’agriculture dans les pays en voie de développement.
Since the end of the Cold War, natural resources have assumed an increasingly prominent role in security, conflict, and peace studies.
Approved by the Duke University Board of Trustees October 1, 1994, and revised February 23, 2001, the Mission Statement for Duke University reads as follows:
On World Wetlands Day EPA alarms over severe environmental threats
The Executive Director of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Nathaniel Blama, has said that encroachments and pollution of wetlands in the city of Monrovia and its environs presents a severe environmental threat.
Six clans in Foya, Lofa County have officially informed the Liberia Land Authority (LLA) that they have identified themselves as separate land communities, completing the first step to acquire legal ownership of land for customary communities in Liberia.
This book argues that a set of persuasive narratives about the links between natural resource, armed conflict and peacebuilding have strongly influenced the natural resource interventions pursued by international peacebuilders.