Stories of change: Building competence and confidence in agricultural innovation



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libro
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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Agrinatura
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This book collects 24 stories of change from the EU-funded CDAIS project. Launched in 2015, the overall objective of CDAIS is to make agricultural innovation systems more efficient and sustainable in meeting the demands of farmers, agri-business and consumers. The stories are about the eight pilot countries - in Africa, Asia and Latin America - in which CDAIS operates. Countries and title of the 24 stories are provided below, with date of last update for each story.

Angola:

01) From farm to agri-business (February 2018)

02) From knowing needs to sowing seeds (March 2018)

03) Growing hope from a new crop (April 2018)

Bangladesh:

04) From green to silver (December 2017)

05) New markets for mangos (November 2017)

06) Pineapples – putting plans into action (September 2018)

Burkina Faso:

07) A marketplace of innovative ideas (September 2018)

08) Organic certification takes root (January 2018)

09) Women lead the way in rural enterprises (June 2018)

Ethiopia:

10) Feed Safety – change through learning (September 2017)

11) The need for seed – subtle changes (December 2017)

12) Innovating with chickpea cluster farming (September 2018)

Guatemala:

13) Better beans mean better nutrition (April 2018)

14) Avocados – from annual to tree crops (June 2018)

15) Moving to modern beekeeping (August 2018)

Honduras:

16) From potato pests to policy processes (April 2018)

17) Improving coffee by collaboration (June 2018)

18) New markets for cacao producers (June 2018)

Laos:

19) Seeds of an organic future (December 2017)

20) Pig farmers building bridges to success (June 2018)

21) Cattle producers blazing new trails (June 2018)

Rwanda:

22) Cooperation in cassava production (September 2018)

23) Challenges in the milk chain (September 2018)

24) Resolving conflicts in water use (September 2018)

Año de publicación: 
2018
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