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Janeiro 2023
Global

The titles in this series aim to disseminate intermediate research on the extension of climate services and climate-smart agriculture in Africa to stimulate reactions from the scientific community.

Janeiro 2023
Global

Despite their crucial role in combating hunger, malnutrition, and poverty, many plant species cultivated as fruits, vegetables, roots, and tuber crops remain neglected and underutilized worldwide, and Sri Lanka is no exception. Integrating these crops into farming systems has the potential to create nutrient-dense, climate-resilient, and sustainable agricultural practices.

Janeiro 2023
Global

Climate change is a defining challenge of the 21st century, and this decade is a critical time for action to mitigate the worst effects on human populations and ecosystems. Plant science can play an important role in developing crops with enhanced resilience to harsh conditions (e.g.

Janeiro 2023
Global

Nature positive agriculture initiative offers sustainable food production system that meet the demands of growing population as well as facilitating the necessity of environmental restoration, biodiversity conservation thereby improving soil, land and water by scientifically supported solutions.

Janeiro 2023
Nepal

Nepal’s agriculture sector is facing various challenges including, amongst others, inadequate infrastructures, investment, labor shortage, climate-induced changes, and weak agriculture governance mechanisms. With the increase in migration trends among males, the ‘left behinds’ in the mid-hills of Nepal, are mostly women, middle-aged men, and the elderly.

Janeiro 2023
Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is blessed with ideal conditions for cultivating a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. The country has around 80 varieties produced in different agroecological zones. There are several government and private organizations supporting vegetable farmers and farmers are organized into formally registered organizations.

Janeiro 2023
Sri Lanka

With the increasing frequency and intensity of climate-related disasters, several social protection and livelihood resilience tools have been tested to reduce agricultural risks.

Janeiro 2023
Filipinas

Cognizant of the centrality of food systems
in a rapidly urbanizing world amidst
environmental and health risks, the
Resilient Cities Initiative will strengthen
capacities for research and innovation in
the management of urban food systems in
Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
As part of this initiative, the CIPimplemented

Janeiro 2023
Reino Unido
Estados Unidos
Canadá
Noruega
Austrália

Context and background:Increasing refugee crisis has focused most host states to integrate refugees with the local communities through land access to customary land whose land rights are not clearly defined and documented.

Janeiro 2023
Global

The One CGIAR Research Initiative on “Rethinking Food Markets and Value Chains for Inclusion and Sustainability” commissioned a meta-study to review the available evidence and to identify knowledge gaps regarding the impacts on employment in agrifood value chains (AVC) integration and modernization processes in developing countries.

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