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Linking small-scale fisheries co-management to U.N. Sustainable Development Goals

Dezembro, 2021

Small-scale fisheries account for 90% of global fishers and 40% of the global catch. Effectively managing small-scale fisheries is, therefore, crucial to progressing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Co-management and community-based fisheries management are widely considered the most appropriate forms of governance for many small-scale fisheries. We outlined relationships between small-scale fisheries co-management and attainment of the SDGs, including evidence for impacts and gaps in dominant logic.

Task Force on Principles and Metrics for Innovation in Sustainable Agri-food Systems: Final Report

Dezembro, 2021
Sri Lanka

A huge increase in investment for innovation in sustainable agri-food systems (SAS) will be critical for meeting the objectives of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Agreement. Currently only a small fraction of investment addresses environmental or social goals together with productivity increase. A major challenge for both innovators and innovation investors is determining whether an investment ‘counts’ as one likely to promote both environmental and/or social sustainability.

Scoping Study on Ethiopian Sesame Value Chain

Dezembro, 2021
United States of America

The Consultative Group for International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) is the largest non-profit public agricultural research group globally. Recently, it has restructured itself into One-CGIAR with the intention of integrating its capabilities, knowledge, assets, people, and global presence for a new era of intercon nected and partnership-driven research towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). One-CGIAR led the development of about 30 initiatives that aimed at addressing one more of the key impact areas of SDGs.

Report of the high-level regional conference on land and conflict in the East and Horn of Africa

Dezembro, 2021

This is a summary of the deliberations, emerging issues and action points from the high-level regional conference on land and conflict in the East and Horn of Africa. The objective of the Conference was to facilitate the development of a regional agenda and national policy priorities in land conflict and governance in the region. The Conference facilitated discussion and understanding of the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Number 16 on peaceful and inclusive societies, access to justice and the building of effective institutions.

Gender equity and social inclusion in the water-energy-food-ecosystems (WEFE) nexus: Frameworks and tools for moving from resource-centric to people-centric WEFE nexus approaches

Dezembro, 2021

This learning module focuses on how to integrate gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) considerations in WEFE approaches to contribute to more effective and equitable WEFE initiatives for current and future generations. Intentionally focusing on GESI in the design, implementation, and monitoring of WEFE initiatives is critical to ensure that these initiatives do not harm – and, rather, benefit – women and vulnerable groups and communities. At the end of this lesson, learners will be able to:

A meta-analysis of the adoption of agricultural technology in Sub-Saharan Africa

Dezembro, 2021

Both global poverty and hunger have increased in recent years, endangering progress towards accomplishing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 1 and 2. The regression has been most pronounced in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Meeting the SDG targets requires achieving resilient farm productivity. Although many farm management technologies exist to improve yields, farmers in SSA largely have not adopted these approaches.

Farm production diversity, household dietary diversity, and nutrition: evidence from Uganda's national panel survey

Dezembro, 2021

Improved food security and nutrition remain a notable global challenge. Yet, food security and nutrition are areas of strategic importance regarding the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. The increasingly weakening global food production systems pose a threat to sustainable improved food security and nutrition. Consequently, a significant population remains chronically hungry and severely malnourished. As a remedy, farm production diversity (FPD) remains a viable pathway through which household nutrition can be improved.

Learn how to measure SDG Indicator 11.1.1 – Adequate Housing and Slum Upgrading

Novembro, 2021

This course includes self-paced e-learning training modules which present descriptive and practical step-by-step guidance on how to compute SDG 11+ indicators. It is aimed at strengthening national and city capacities in collecting, analyzing, and monitoring the urban SDG indicators.

This training course is intended for all the professionals involved in monitoring and reporting on SDG 11 indicators and anyone who wishes to get guidance in the monitoring process.

Land Tenure and Sustainable Agri Food Systems

Policy Papers & Briefs
Novembro, 2021

The aim of this paper is to consolidate lessons from existing evidence that demonstrates the role of equitable access and tenure security to land in achieving sustainable food systems transformation, and subsequently, for the overall achievement of the SDGs. It makes the case of the importance of reforming and securing access and tenure rights to land and natural resources.

The 2020-21 Gambia SDGs Survey

Reports & Research
Novembro, 2021

The decision to conduct a Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs) survey was reachedafter thecompletion of the2020 Voluntary National Review (VNR) for The Gambia.It was realized thatthecountry was able to reporton only 52%of SDG indicators. The Gambia Bureau of Statistics(GBoS)in collaboration with the Directorate of Development Planning (DDP) of the Ministry ofFinance and Economic Affairs (MoFEA) with financial support from the United NationsDevelopment Programme (UNDP) Country Officedecided to take on this task of updatingthestatus of the indicators.

Conférence sur la politique foncière en Afrique (CPFA), 2021- Appel à l’action

Conference Papers & Reports
Novembro, 2021

Le Centre africain pour les politiques foncières, qui procède d’une initiative conjointe de la Commission de l’Union africaine (CUA), de la Commission économique pour l’Afrique (CEA) et de la Banque africaine de développement (BAD), organise tous les deux ans la seule conférence africaine multipartite sur les politiques foncières en Afrique. La conférence vient compléter d’autres initiatives en place telles que la Conférence annuelle de la Banque mondiale sur la terre et la pauvreté, notamment.

La situation mondiale de l’alimentation et de l’agriculture 2021

Journal Articles & Books
Peer-reviewed publication
Reports & Research
Outubro, 2021
Amérique latine et Caraïbes

La pandémie de covid-19 a fait apparaître au grand jour la vulnérabilité des systèmes agroalimentaires face aux chocs et aux situations de stress et entraîné une augmentation de l’insécurité alimentaire et de la malnutrition au niveau mondial. Des mesures doivent être prises pour rendre les systèmes agroalimentaires plus résilients, plus efficients, plus durables et plus inclusifs.