Index 2016

Focus

Nutrition-sensitive agriculture 1/2016 more...
Rural transformation 2/2016 more...
Land governance 3/2016 more...
Trade and development 4/2016 more...

Subjects

Keyword Page Issue
     
Advisory services / Extension services d
E-book readers: Handy tools for agricultural extension workers in Ethiopia? | 41 | 1/2016
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Agriculture | |
How agriculture can boost nutrition | 6 | 1/2016
What should seed systems look like? | 10 | 1/2016
International Year of pulses: Seizing the opportunity | 20 | 1/2016
Walking the talk in nutrition-sensitive agriculture | 26 | 1/2016
The seed savers from Tamil Nadu | 38 | 1/2016
Sisal production: An East African comeback | 34 | 2/2016
Protection is possible | 37 | 2/2016
Organic farming is the name of the game | 40 | 2/2016
Organic equals conventional | 45 | 3/2016
Bhungroo – a women’s technology brings food and financial security | 42 | 4/2016
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Bioeconomy | |
At the wooden cross-road | 37 | 3/2016
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Climate change | |
Protection is possible | 37 | 2/2016
Bhungroo – a women’s technology brings food and financial security | 42 | 4/2016
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Development cooperation | |
Land governance in German development cooperation | 13 | 3/2016
Trade and development – growing closer for sustainable rural transformation | 6 | 4/2016
Revitalise the Aid for Trade initiative | 9 | 4/2016
Agricultural value chains – a motor of inclusive economic development in rural areas? | 20 | 4/2016
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Nutrition / Food security | |
How agriculture can boost nutrition | 6 | 1/2016
What should seed systems look like? | 10 | 1/2016
Market access and farm household dietary diversity | 12 | 1/2016
Gendered pathways to better nutrition | 15 | 1/2016
“We must highlight the pluses of pulses” | 18 | 1/2016
International Year of pulses: Seizing the opportunity | 20 | 1/2016
“All measures must bring tangible benefits for smallholder farmers” | 23 | 1/2016
Walking the talk in nutrition-sensitive agriculture | 26 | 1/2016
Combining efforts to end hunger and malnutrition: The SUN Movement | 30 | 1/2016
Completing the revolution through biofortification | 32 | 1/2016
No food security without land tenure security? | 23 | 3/2016
Bhungroo – a women’s technology brings food and financial security | 42 | 4/2016
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Health | |
Neglected tropical diseases: Reaching the last mile | 4 | 1/2016
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Land / Land governance | |
The evolution of global farmland distribution | 13 | 2/2016
Land grabbing – far from being just a Southern phenomenon | 4 | 3/2016
Improving land governance – for the sake of the rural poor | 6 | 3/2016
Why property rights matter | 10 | 3/2016
Land governance in German development cooperation | 13 | 3/2016
Land reform – the solution to rural poverty? | 14 | 3/2016
What about the land rights of communities and Indigenous Peoples? | 17 | 3/2016
Tanzania’s Village Land Act 15 years on | 18 | 3/2016
Cambodia: Land grabs and rural dispossession by government design | 20 | 3/2016
No food security without land tenure security? | 23 | 3/2016
Those in darkness drop from sight | 26 | 3/2016
Net impacts of large-scale land acquisitions | 28 | 3/2016
Securing pastoralists‘ land tenure rights | 30 | 3/2016
Community protocols: Negotiating fair settlements | 32 | 3/2016
Making the SDGs count for land rights | 34 | 3/2016
“We can’t be satisfied yet” | 36 | 3/2016
Inclusive land governance – Road to a better life | 38 | 42016
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Migration | |
Multi-locality – migrants shape the future of their places of origin | 24 | 2/2016
Migration dynamics in sub-Saharan Africa – myths, facts and challenges | 27 | 2/2016
How can mobility better benefit rural local development? | 30 | 2/2016
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Marketing / Markets | |
Quality infrastructure: Measuring gaps, weighing benefits | 35 | 1/2016
Strengthening local rice markets – The case of smallholder producers in the Philippines | 26 | 4/2016
Making markets work for the poor – an example from Bangladesh | 30 | 4/2016
Small farmers, big retailers – How to link smallholders to supermarkets | 33 | 4/2016
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Private sector / PPPs | |
The four Ps – a market-led development for smallholders | 23 | 4/2016
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Rural development | |
The seed savers from Tamil Nadu | 38 | 1/2016
Infrastructure for Zambia’s rural areas | 33 | 2/2016
Sisal production in Tanzania: An East African comeback | 34 | 2/2016
Organic farming is the name of the game | 40 | 2/2016
Strengthening family farms: a path to follow in combatting poverty in Africa | 40 | 3/2016
Agricultural value chains – a motor of inclusive economic development in rural areas? | 20 | 4/2016
The Beira Development Corridor – an upswing or a sell-out? | 45 | 4/2016
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Rural transformation | |
Rural mechanisation – where are we now, and where should we be going? | 6 | 2/2016
Making rural transformation sustainable | 10 | 2/2016
The evolution of global farmland distribution | 13 | 2/2016
Revamping the “Five Rural Worlds” model | 16 | 2/2016
Rural transformation in sub-Saharan Africa | 20 | 2/2016
Multi-locality – migrants shape the future of their places of origin | 24 | 2/2016
Migration dynamics in sub-Saharan Africa – myths, facts and challenges | 27 | 2/2016
How can mobility better benefit rural local development? | 30 | 2/2016
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Rural women | |
Gendered pathways to better nutritionGendered pathways to better nutrition | 15 | 1/2016
Bhungroo – a women’s technology brings food and financial security | 42 | 4/2016
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Sustainable Development Goals | |
Making the SDGs count for land rights | 34 | 3/2016
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Trade | |
Why is Africa not feeding itself? | 4 | 4/2016
Trade and development – growing closer for sustainable rural transformation | 6 | 4/2016
Revitalise the Aid for Trade initiative | 9 | 4/2016
Fostering intra-regional trade in Africa: Supporting women and informal networks | 12 | 4/2016
Fostering intra-regional agricultural trade in Africa: What could the role of CAADP be? | 15 | 4/2016
TradeMark East Africa: Boosting trade with better border infrastructure | 18 | 4/2016
Agricultural value chains – a motor of inclusive economic development in rural areas? | 20 | 4/2016
The four Ps – a market-led development for smallholders | 23 | 4/2016
Strengthening local rice markets – The case of smallholder producers in the Philippines | 26 | 4/2016
Making markets work for the poor – an example from Bangladesh | 30 | 4/2016
Small farmers, big retailers – How to link smallholders to supermarkets | 33 | 4/2016
Let’s move towards the Africa we want | 36 | 4/2016