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Dans cette section, vous trouverez les principales ressources développées par la Plateforme pour l'agriculture tropicale (TAP)


Produits de le Cadre commun de travail de la TAP


Le Cadre commun propose une approche pratique du renforcement des capacités (RC) des systèmes d'innovation agricole (SIA).


Conceptual Diagram of an Agricultural Innovation Systems
The 3 dimensions of Capacity Development
The 4 + 1 Capacities
Le cadre est composé de trois volumes et fournit des concepts, des principes, des méthodologies et des outils pour mieux comprendre l'architecture des SIA, pour évaluer les besoins en RC et pour planifier, mettre en œuvre, surveiller et évaluer les interventions de RC


Manuels de développement des capacités


Cette collection de manuels de formateurs a été produite dans le cadre du projet de développement des capacités pour les systèmes d'innovation agricole (CDAIS). Le projet a été mis en œuvre par Agrinatura et la FAO en partenariat avec des partenaires nationaux de huit pays pilotes, en mettant l'accent sur le renforcement de la capacité des pays et des principales parties prenantes à innover dans des systèmes agricoles complexes, améliorant ainsi les moyens de subsistance ruraux.


Outils de la TAP

La FAO, en collaboration avec Agrinatura, a produit une série de fiches d'information décrivant des outils et des approches pour promouvoir des projets de renforcement des capacités pour les systèmes d'innovation agricole (SIA). Les outils sont conçus en vue de la mise en œuvre pratique des principes du Cadre commun de la Plate-forme pour l'Agriculture Tropicale (TAP). Ils ont été appliqués dans le projet CDAIS.

Autres ressources TAP

Cette section contient d'autres ressources développées par la Plateforme pour l'agriculture tropicale, telles que des outils de mise en œuvre pratiques et des fiches d'information pour le développement des capacités, des histoires de réussite de projets mis en œuvre, la charte de la TAP, les rapports annuels de la TAP, et bien d'autres.

TAP Newsletter - Issue July 2023 (period January - July 2023)

The Newsletter of the Tropical Agriculture Platform (TAP) provides regular updates on activities by TAP and its partners, on the projects and on upcoming events. This issue specifically refers to the period from January 2023 to July 2023.

Enhancing the animal feed value chain for pig and poultry production in Rwanda

Insufficient availability and access to affordable and nutritious animal feeds constitute the most severe problem in pig and poultry value chains in Rwanda. According to a policy study conducted in five districts of Rwanda in September and October 2022, this problem leads to increased malnutrition of pigs and poultry reared in the country, reduced number of pig and poultry populations due to drop out of farm owners from the business, increased number of thieves from pig and poultry farms, increased human malnutrition due to deficiency of animal resources proteins and of course increased povert...

Small livestock development in Rwanda: enhancing the policy environment for pig and poultry value chains

In recent years, much has been accomplished to develop the small livestock subsector in Rwanda. The Livestock Master Plan (LMP) 2017–2022 and the Fourth Strategic Plan for Agricultural Transformation (PSTA 4) 2018–2024 have proposed and attracted investments that have improved productivity of small livestock value chains including better piggery and poultry genetics, feeds and health services. However, this subsector still faces many problems related to policy and the enabling environment. Those problems were identified by a policy analysis involving stakeholder consultations in September and...

National agricultural innovation system assessment in Rwanda: the small livestock sub-sector

An assessment of the Agricultural Innovation System (AIS) of Rwanda’s small livestock sub-sector was conducted in 2021. This report describes the AIS of the small livestock sub-sector in terms of key functions, the underlying causes of their performance, and opportunities for improvement. It presents priorities and entry points for strengthening the AIS of the small livestock sub-sector in Rwanda, with focus on key organisations and the policy level. The assessment focused on three cases studies of innovation in the small livestock sub-sector: The Sasso dual breed chicken by Uzima Chicken Limi...

TAP Newsletter - Issue November 2022 (period: August 2022 - November 2022)

The Newsletter of the Tropical Agriculture Platform (TAP) provides regular updates on activities by TAP and its partners, on the projects and on upcoming events. This issue specifically refers to the period from August 2022 to November 2022.

TAP Newsletter - Issue July 2022 (period: April 2022 - July 2022)

The Newsletter of the Tropical Agriculture Platform (TAP) provides regular updates on activities by TAP and its partners, on the projects and on upcoming events. This issue specifically refers to the period from May 2022 to July 2022.

APIRAS APAARI Good Practice n.3. Multi-stakeholder approaches for enhancing command area water productivity In India

The Water Resources Department, Government of Maharashtra, responsible for building infrastructure and delivering water to farmers and other users, has so far created irrigation potential of about 5.3. million hectares and the current utilization is about 76%. About 5000 Water User Associations (WUAs) have been established to manage the water supply within their designated areas. However, the water use efficiency and productivity is adversely impacting the overall water security of the state. 2030 Water Resources Group (WRG), a global partnership program hosted within the Water Global Practice...

APIRAS APAARI Good Practice n.2. Strengthening capacities to innovate through North-South collaborative agricultural research in Papua New Guinea

Researchers at the University of Queensland have worked on research projects in the PNG Highlands since 2005. These projects were, and are, applied research to manage soil fertility in sweetpotato-based cropping systems in the Highlands. They were funded by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research. Our key collaborator was PNG’s National Agricultural Research Institute. Although the projects were in the field of Soil Science, specifically soil fertility management, our approach has always been multidisciplinary. The timeline of project management has always been a small sc...

APIRAS APAARI Good Practice n.5. Strengthening last mile service delivery to support smallholder farmers in India

India is witnessing dwindling gains from agriculture for the smallholder farmers because of high cost of inputs, changing climate impacting production, fluctuating market prices of outputs, and weak delivery of services at the last mile. The value share of farmers in the commodity supply chain needs to be increased to ensure that farming remains a remunerative livelihood option. There has to be a wider acceptance of the fact that the country needs partnerships among multiple players with complementary knowledge and expertise for its agricultural development. Transform Rural India Foundation (T...

APIRAS APAARI Good Practice n.4. Enhancing organizational and functional capacities of producer organizations in India through strategic collaboration

In order to bring about sustainable transformation and business orientation into the Indian Agriculture sector, there have been schematic interventions to promote unique forms of social capital for farmers, called Farmer Producer organizations (FPOs). Many stakeholders, particularly NGOs, are involved in promoting and handholding these FPOs in a target-driven mode by promoting a large number of such institutions across the country. Although these institutions represent a strong form of social capital, their capacity as smallholder farmer members of FPOs is limited in terms of business acumen,...

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