1. n this issue, several authors indicate the causes of poverty in their area of work. For example Barkin (p.41) points at the processes of cultural oppression and agricultural modernisation that affected the indigenous peoples in rural Mexico; Satheesh (p.20) presents the influence of the Public...
  2. Thomas Reardon, David Tschirley, Lenis Saweda O. Liverpool-Tasie, Titus Awokuse, Jessica Fanzo, Bart Minten, Rob Vos, Michael Dolislager, Christine Sauer, Rahul Dhar, Carolina Vargas, Anna Lartey, Ahmed Raza, Barry M. Popkin, The processed food revolution in African food systems and the double...
  3. 19/12/1995 Coping with change in dryland savannah Sustainable agriculture in different environments Food security Watershed development in India through peoples participation Nutriend dynamics and agricultural intensification - Nigeria Legumes for sustainable food production Legumes Farmers in Argentina...
  4. 20/04/2001 Resilience to disaster Resilience in farm level food security Farmers' responses to reduce the risks of drought Trees for semi-nomadic farmers Enset, the tree against hunger Underground storage of sorghum African farmer Effective women's development Far from all oil palm turmoil Measuring...
  5. 20/12/2005 Tools for influencing policy Promoting organic agriculture in Uganda Small-scale agriculture and food security policies Arvari Sansad - the famers' parliament RAAA in Peru Improved fallows and local institutions Policy development in the organic movement Changing animal health policies Working...
  6. 20/09/2011 San Isidro's "Food Circle" Let's go local No longer neglected Incredible Edible Todmorden: Eating the street Regional food systems Promotion more sustainable diets Breaking down barriers to intra-regional trade Brazil's Food Acquisition Programme Food Reserves
  7. 01/01/2020 The growing world population exerts tremendous pressure on our finite food resources. Since the lion's share of the global calorie intake is reliant upon a handful of plant species like rice, wheat, maize, soybean, and potato, it is the need of the hour to expand our dietary reliance to...
  8. AFSA’s collection of case studies shows how agroecology benefits Africa in terms of food security, nutrition, poverty reduction, climate change adaptation and mitigation, biodiversity conservation, cultural sensitivity, democracy, and value for money. Agroecology works in harmony with nature. It...
  9. Entomophagy is the consumption of insects by humans. Entomophagy is practised in many countries around the world but predominantly in parts of Asia, Africa and Latin America. Insects supplement the diets of approximately 2 billion people and have always been a part of human diets. However, it is...
  10. It is widely accepted that by 2050 the world will host 9 billion people. To accomodate this number, current food production will need to almost double. Land is scarce and expanding the area devoted to farming is rarely a viable or sustainable option. Oceans are overfished and climate change and...