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Findings of country assessments and recommendations for effective implementation The Digital Villages Initiative (DVI) of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is a corporate programme aiming to combat hunger, poverty and inequality by fostering digital rural
Farm Radio International has developed a list of commonly used radio program production terms in North America, and a few other terms that are used at Farm Radio International that might be useful in understanding how to produce effective radio
IOM has a long-standing track record in delivering effective public communication campaigns to support migrants and migration processes. This practical and cross-cutting toolkit draws on the Organization’s extensive experience and knowledge in this field, offering guidance and tools to strengthen
This publication focuses on how smallholder producers turn climate change challenges into adaptation and production opportunities within the dry savanna landscape of Ghana. Access the document here
This product document encompasses materials developed in relation to knowledge management and Gender. In addition, the document includes access links to publications, posters, Dimitra newsletters, audio-visual, online courses, and more. Access the document here.
Violation of peasants’ rights has been portrayed in different forms and at different magnitude around the world. Throughout the last decades, peasants around the world have been victims in the process of globalization of food systems, which favor the agribusiness
Agriculture is a primal sector to generate income to the growing population and a major contributor to the GDP in Africa. Africa is known as young continent due to the fact that it has the largest number of young population
Social capital is defined as the enduring connections of networks, reciprocity and social norms that exist among a group of people. In farming, social capital has various benefits such as facilitating farmer-to-farmer knowledge sharing, increasing access to information, and connecting
This good practice fact sheet aims to share the experience behind an initiative to test and compare different models of extension provision in Uganda. The document highlights the scope for using a mix of private and public service providers to