Index 2017

Focus

Trade and development II: 1/2017 more...
Digitisation 2/2017 more...
Tapping the potential of rural youth 3/2017 more...
Climate change 4/2017 more...

Subjects

Keyword Page Issue
     
Advisory services / Extension services /Knowledge transfer  
Knowledge powers development: ICT solutions for the rice and cocoa value chain 13 2/2017
Combining kid power and new media for agricultural extension and better health 25 2/2017
Learning from each other – knowledge transfer for potato production among African countriesand India 40 3/2017

Agriculture | |
Organic and Fairtrade cotton – a way out of rural poverty?|36 |2/2017
Winter farming technologies for India’s cold desert farmers|39 |2/2017
Climate-smart agriculture – what is it? |14 |4/2017
What can organic farming contribute to climate change adaptation and mitigation?|20 |4/2017
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Bioenergy | |
Relieving (energy) poverty with biogas |38 |1/2017
Solar powered cooling for enhancing milk value chains|41 |1/2017
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Climate change | |
Climate action in agriculture discussed at COP23|4 |4/2017
Coal is still king in sub-Saharan Africa |5| 4/2017
Agriculture and climate change – where do we stand?|6 |4/2017
How to suppourt countries to achieve their Nationally Determined Contributions|9 |4/2017
Climate action – time to walk the talk. The NDC Partnership|12 |4/2017
Channelling climate finance for adaptation in agriculture|13 |4/2017
Climate-smart agriculture – what is it? |14 |4/2017
The role of soil carbon in mitigating climate change – lost cause or triple-win?|17 |4/2017
What can organic farming contribute? |20 |4/2017
How to consicer climate risks in market systems?|23 |4/2017
Resilience-building – easier said than done |26 |4/2017
Drought Cycle Management for building resilience and food security|29 |4/2017
Make social protection schemes work for drought resilience. Lessons learnt from Ethiopia’s PSNP|32 |4/2017
Building resilient livelihoods through economic empowerment. An example from Malawi|34 |4/2017
Weather index insurance for smallholder farmers. Insights from Kenya|36 |4/2017
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Cooperatives | |
Farmer cooperatives in China – not exploited to the full |42 |3/2017
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Development cooperation | |
European Development Days: Investing in development|4 |2/2017
A matter of trust. Privacy and data security in development projects|32 |2/2017
Can development cooperation help reduce international labour migration?|38 |4/2017
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Digitisation | |
Unleashing the rural digitisation potential |8 |2/2017
Doing more with less: Digitisation and ICT for sustainable agri-food systems in Latin America|10 |2/2017
Knowledge powers development: ICT solutions for the rice and cocoa value chain|13 |2/2017
How can the digital revolution benefit smallholder farmers?|16 |2/2017
From agricultural finance to drone operations: starting off a new generation of agripreneurs|19|2/2017
E-learning courses made in West Africa, for African youth|22 |2/2017
Combining kid power and new media for agricultural extension and better health |25 |2/2017
One for all – creating a Unified Register for Social Protection Programmes in Malawi|28 |2/2017
The power of open data |30 |2/2017
A matter of trust. Privacy and data security in development projects|32 |2/2017
Healthy scepticism is called for |34 |2/2017
Smartphone Apps. New prospects for research and monitoring|45 |4/2017
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Food security/Nutrition | |
Food price risks and food security |4 |1/2017
Reconciling trade policies with food security objectives|12 |1/2017
Horticultural exports – a threat or a boost to food security?|24 |1/2017
GlobalFood Symposium looks at changes in agri-food systems|42 |2/2017
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Health | |
Combining kid power and new media for agricultural extension and better health|25 |2/2017
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Land / Land governance | |
Sustainable land management – Restoring degraded land for a better future|36 |1/2017
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Marketing / Markets | |
European chicken drumsticks for West Africa – a threat to local markets?|15 |1/2017
Organic and Fairtrade cotton – a way out of rural poverty?|36 |2/2017
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Mechanisation | |
Financing agricultural mechanisation |5 |1/2017
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Migration | |
Can development cooperation help reduce international labour migration?|38 |4/2017
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Private sector / PPPs | |
“We give farmers planning certainty” – Interview with Anja Wolff, Reismühle Brunnen|35 |1/2017
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Rural development | |
The private sector as a driver for sustainable rural development|32 |1/2017
Let’s revitalise the broken rural-urban linkages! |5 |2/2017
Organic and Fairtrade cotton – a way out of rural poverty?|36 |2/2017
Winter farming technologies for India’s cold desert farmers|39 |2/2017
Beekeeping in Ethiopia’s wheatbelt – a way towards sustainable agro-ecosystems|42 |4/2017
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Social protection | |
Leave no one behind – mainstreaming disabilities in national public works programmes in Malawi|38 |3/2017
Make social protection schemes work for drought resilience. Lessons learnt from Ethiopia’s PSNP|32 |4/2017
Building resilient livelihoods through economic empowerment. An example from Malawi|34 |4/2017
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Trade
Why trade matters |6 |1/2017
Agriculture trade and sustainability concerns |9 |1/2017
Reconciling trade policies with food security objectives|12 |1/2017
European chicken drumsticks for West Africa – a threat to local markets?|15 |1/2017
The cost of high food prices in West Africa |18 |1/2017
Closing the standards gap |20 |1/2017
The EIF – bridging trade, development and the world’s poorest countries|22 |1/2017
Horticultural exports – a threat or a boost to food security?|24 |1/2017
Do smallholder farmers benefit from sustainability standards?|27 |1/2017
Big business, small farms and “no deforestation” commitments|30 |1/2017
The private sector as a driver for sustainable rual development|32 |1/2017
“We give farmers planning certainty”. Interview with Anja Wolff, Reismühle Brunnen|35 |1/2017
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Water
Water uncertainty stressed at World Water Week 2017|4 |3/2017
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Youth
What rural youth really need: jobs, jobs, jobs |7 |2/2017
From agricultural finance to drone operations: starting off a new generation of agripreneurs|19 |2/2017
E-learning courses made in West Africa, for African youth|22 |2/2017
Time to act |6 |3/2017
Decent jobs for rural youth |9 |3/2017
Creating the political momentum. The “G20 initiative for Rural Youth Employment”|12 |3/2017
“We urgently require more public and private investments”. Interview with Gunther Beger, BMZ|13|3/2017
Africa’s rural youth speak out |14 |3/2017
“You cannot change a system that you are not taking responsibility for”. Interview with Alfousseni Sidibe, Live Your Dream, Mali|16 |3/2017
Is Africa’s education landscape fit for the future?|18 |3/2017
Results-based financing brings 90,000 young people into jobs in Nepal|21 |3/2017
Making youth gangs a bad choice. A Plan International Project in El Salvador|24 |3/2017
Skilling the rural workforce – Green Colleges in India|26 |3/2017
African youth brings innovations to farming |28 |3/2017
“The real problem is the lack of models of success”. Interview with Samadi Rutherford, AgriSam, Benin|30 |3/2017
“One has to be able to ride the fear of failing”. Interview with Sunday Silungwe, Good Nature Agro, Zambia|31 |3/2017
Promoting agricultural entrepreneurship in Laos|32 |3/2017
“Rural areas are full of opportunities for business start-ups”. Interview with Mipagyendou Tchably, African Coworker, Togo|34 |3/2017
“Non-academic professions need more prestige”. Interview with Alina Gumpert, German Agribusiness Alliance|35 |3/2017
Moving jobs to people. Socially responsive outsourcing in India|36 |3/2017
Child labour: an Ethiopian Perspective |45 |3/2017