Focus

Spreading know-how 1/2014 more...
Family Farming 2/2014 more...
Bioeconomy 3/2014 more...
Livestock 4/2014 more...

Subjects

Keyword Page Issue
Advisory and extension services
Rural advisory services – back on the development agenda! 6 1/2014
Clients and advisers, groups and networks – Clarifying roles in extension processes 9 1/2014
Malawi – case study of a system of pluralistic extension and advisory services 12 1/2014
Sustainably financing extension services 16 1/2014
Management advice for family farms: an innovative approach rooted in farmer realities 19 1/2014
Modern ICTs and rural extension: Have we reached the tipping point? 22 1/2014
Biovisions’s Farmer Communication Programme: a circular knowledge dissemination system 25 1/2014
Farmer-to-farmer knowledge exchange – farmer shows in Cambodia 28 1/2014
Africa Harvest: Combining research and rural extension to the benefit of small farmers 30 1/2014
A (women)farmer-first approach – a case study from Papua New Guinea 33 1/2014
Agriculture
“Zero pesticide” vegetables for the Indian market 39 1/2014
Climate protection in agriculture – opportunity or risk for smallholder farming? 4 2/2014
RISE – Measuring sustainability in agriculture 27 2/2014
Biodiversity
Combining poverty alleviation, biodiversity protection and land rehabilitation: The “Green charcoal chain” in Madagascar 36 1/2014
Agricultural biodiversity: the foundation of resilient family farms 24 2/2014
Bioeconomy
Bioeconomy and sustainable development – dimensionsBioeconomy and sustainable development – dimensions 6 3/2014
Bioeconomy strategies across the globe 10 3/2014
Research: Global co-operation for locally optimised solutions 14 3/2014
Biomass-based value webs – benefits for the South 16 3/2014
Tailoring the bioeconomy to food security 19 3/2014
“To make the change happen, the key is to work together in partnerships” 22 3/2014
More than just mediators 24 3/2014
Global Bioenergy Partnership: working together for sustainable development 27 3/2014
Increasing resource efficiency by cascading use of biomass 28 3/2014
Cassava – how to explore the “all-sufficient” 30 3/2014
Is Africa “ready” for an integrated bioeconomy approach? 32 3/2014
Bioeconomy – a dead end 34 3/2014
Bioenergy
FlexiBiogas – a climate change adaptation and mitigation technology 35 2/2014
Global Bioenergy Partnership: working together for sustainable development 27 3/2014
China’s biomass energy development – a perception change from waste to resource 38 4/2014
Climate change
Climate protection in agriculture – opportunity or risk for smallholder farming? 4 2/2014
FlexiBiogas – a climate change adaptation and mitigation technology 35 2/2014
What is needed for reducing the greenhouse gas footprint? 31 4/2014
Environment
Rebuilding soil natural capital – an example from Kuwait 38 2/2014
Family farming
Family farming: let’s forget ideology 4 1/2014
“Family farms are key to feeding the world” – Interview with FAO Director- General José Graziano da Silva 6 2/2014
More than just a business 8 2/2014
What is so special about family farms? 11 2/2014
Consolidating achievements and addressing new challenges related to family farming in the Mercosur 14 2/2014
Women – the untapped potential for food security 17 2/2014
“We have inherited not only a piece of land, but also the responsibility to turn it into a home” 23 2/2014
Machinery rings – a mechanisation concept for African farmers? 24 2/2014
Agricultural biodiversity: the foundation of resilient family farms 26 2/2014
RISE – Measuring sustainability in agriculture 27 2/2014
Family farming – a model with a future? 29 2/2014
Unleashing the potential of family farming with the Enabling Rural Innovation Approach 41 4/2014
Finance
Sustainably financing extension services 16 1/2014
Food security
Tailoring the bioeconomy to food security 30 2/2013
Niger: Mr Issoufou and the fight against hunger 21 3/2013
Food security and poverty mitigation through smallholder dairy – the Zambian case
Food security
Better income through improved milk hygiene standards – an example from North Somalia 19 3/2014
Rangelands – sound management strategies for a vulnerable resource 38 3/2014
Revival for Zimbabwe’s meat market 26 4/2014
Health
Improving healthcare through ICT for India’s rural women: eASHA in Rajasthan 41 3/2014
ICT
Modern ICTs and rural extension: Have we reached the tipping point? 22 1/2014
Improving healthcare through ICT for India’s rural women: eASHA in Rajasthan 41 3/2014
Livestock
Livestock matter 6 4/2014
Livestock: recyclers that promote the sustainability of smallholder farms 9 4/2014
Tropical forage-based systems for climatesmart livestock production in Latin America 12 4/2014
Pasture management in Central Asia – regional learning for reform 16 4/2014
Pastoralism and conflict – two sides of a coin? 19 4/2014
Linking poor livestock keepers to markets 22 4/2014
Milk production pays off! – Experiences of a DPPP approach in Northern Sri Lanka 25 4/2014
Food security and poverty mitigation through smallholder dairy – the Zambian case 26 4/2014
Animal husbandry in cities – using potentials, reducing risks 28 4/2014
What is needed for reducing the greenhouse gas footprint? 31 4/2014
The insatiable hunger for cheap meat 34 4/2014
Mindsets for sustainability – let’s start with feed! 36
Marketing / Markets
“Zero pesticide” vegetables for the Indian market 39 1/2014
Boosting commercial sorghum production and marketing with the „aggregator model“ 40 2/2014
Linking poor livestock keepers to markets 22 4/2014
Private sector / PPPs
“To make the change happen, the key is to work together in partnerships” 22 3/2014
More than just mediators 24 3/2014
Cooperation with the private sector – Development engine for small-scale farmers 36 3/2014
Cooperation with the private sector – Perilous partnerships 37 3/2014
Rural development
Combining poverty alleviation, biodiversity protection and land rehabilitation: The “Green charcoal chain” in Madagascar 36 1/2014
Integrated watershed management – an approach with a number of stumbling blocks 32 2/2014
Boosting commercial sorghum production and marketing with the „aggregator model“ 40 2/2014
Niger: Mr Issoufou and the fight against hunger 38 3/2014
Milk production pays off! – Experiences of a DPPP approach in Northern Sri Lanka 25 4/2014
Unleashing the potential of family farming with the Enabling Rural Innovation Approach 41 4/2014
Rural women
Empowering rural women in India – it’s high time! 34 1/2014
Women – the untapped potential for food security 17 2/2014
Improving healthcare through ICT for India’s rural women: eASHA in Rajasthan 41 3/2014
Water
Integrated watershed management – an approach with a number of stumbling blocks 32 2/2014