Publications [ID: 146]

Publications

The publications section offers a topic specific overview of the latest publications by international research organisations, civil society and academia, but also by the members and partners of the Platform.

Making Trade work for all

OECD relseased a publication in May that looked into the issues of international trade and the impact it has for developing countries, analysing the advantages of enhanced international trade and some systematic issues.

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Women's Economic Empowerment and Agribusiness: Opportunities for the gender transformative agenda

The Global Donor Platform for Rural Development commissioned a study focusing on WEE in agribusiness initiatives to enhance the inclusiveness of agribusiness portfolio.

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Technical Committee on Land Tenure and Development Land series

The joint think tank of French Cooperation officials released a series of publications on the topic of land rights and VGGT implementation.

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A new emerging rural world – an overview of rural change in Africa

CIRAD and NEPAD (New Partnership for Africa’s Development) published a new and revised edition of the atlas “A new and emerging rural world”.

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Use of ICT for agriculture in GIZ projects

In the last decade the sector of information and communication technologies has established itself as one of the major tools offering support and guidance of the processes of development and economic growth in rural areas.

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Partnering for impact: USAID and the private sector

USAID has a long tradition of partnering with the private sector and this report offers and overview of the common objectives and partnering initiatives.

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2017 Global Food Policy Report

IFPRI's flagship report looks into key political developments in 2016 and summarises key challenges and opportunitiy for 2017. This year special focus is paid to migration and the process of urbanisation.

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The future of food and agricutlure: trends and challenges

To achieve the SDG2 and eradicate hunger, current food systems will have to reform in order to deal with the challenges in a sustainable manner.

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Linking nutrition into agricultural information systems – Ghana experience

The growing demand for food and the changing diets require an adaptation in agricultural practices. SPRING reports on the opportunities to integrate nutrition into agricultural information systems from the experience gathered in Ghana.

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