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Today the world is focusing on Sustainable Development Goals. These include Economic Development, Social Inclusion, Environmental Sustainability, and Good Governance. The stories in this report demonstrate how CIP’s research aligns with, and will con......

The issue brief for the 2013 Global Hunger Index (GHI) report—the eighth in an annual series—presents a multidimensional measure of national, regional, and global hunger. It shows that the world has made some progress in reducing hunger since 1990,......

Teaming Up for Greater Impact is the title of the first RTB Annual Report, which documents the initial steps taken to consolidate the CGIAR Research Program during 2012 and highlights some of the achievements of its first year.

ICARDA Annual Report 2012 – Science for Better Livelihood in the Dry Areas. Achievements, Partnerships, Innovations.

Throughout Bioversity International’s 2012 Annual Report you will find highlights of our work in 2012 showing how research on agricultural and forest biodiversity can help achieve a sustainable future. The report gives examples of how our work contributes to ten CGIAR Research Programs, information about Bioversity’s participation in key events that marked 2012 and some highlights of our research products.

ICT in Agriculture e-Sourcebook: Connecting Smallholders to Knowledge, Networks, and Institutions is designed to support development practitioners in exploring the use of or developing, implementing, and investing in information and communication technology (ICT)-enabled agriculture interventions. The book is a compilation of modules related to 14 agricultural subsectors. Each module covers the challenges, lessons learned, and enabling factors associated with using ICT to improve smallholder livelihoods in these subsectors.

More information: www.ictinagriculture.org.

The Land Governance Assessment Framework: Identifying and Monitoring Good Practice in the Land Sector presents a framework (the LGAF) to assess land governance at the country level, based on existing evidence. In doing so, the LGAF points toward areas where further study is needed, identifies options for regulatory or institutional change, and helps planning for the conduct and evaluation of pilot programs. The LGAF provides policy makers with a quick overview of the quality of land governance in key areas.

La Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura (FAO), la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo Industrial (ONUDI) y el Fondo Internacional de Desarrollo Agrícola (FIDA), en colaboración con la Universidad Agraria La Molina (UNALM), reunieron a ministros y funcionarios gubernamentales a cargo de la agricultura, el comercio y la industria, a líderes de la industria alimentaria, a especialistas de la agroindustria y a representantes de la sociedad civil en el Foro Regional de Agroindustrias en América Latina, que tuvo por objeto analizar de forma exhaustiva los desafíos y estrategias de intervención a nivel nacional y regional. El Foro contó con la asistencia de 142 delegados de alto nivel y profesionales de 16 países que examinaron la contribución de las agroindustrias al desarrollo económico y los desafíos que están enfrentando. El Foro también promovió el diálogo entre el sector privado y el sector público a fin de fomentar asociaciones que desarrollen agroindustrias competitivas.


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