Participants at the Global Conference on the Elimination of Child Labour discussed how to end child labour. Without a breakthrough in the agricultural sector, the goal of ending child labour by 2025 (SDG 8.7) will not be achieved, they say.

 

 

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Malnutrition in developing countries is best addressed not by increasing the variety of crops grown on smallholder farms, but by improving access to markets. This is the conclusion of a recent study by the MwAPATA…

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The third edition of AGRITECHNICA ASIA & HORTI ASIA, will take place from the 25th to the 27th May in Bangkok/Thailand. The trade fair has been enriched by a comprehensive conference programme.

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In most poor and developing countries of the world, many families must find survival techniques because a large population has to cope with scarce resources and no help is provided by governments. Fruit scavenging is one…

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Food systems are both impacted by climate change and themselves major contributors to climate change. This report highlights a range of policies and innovations that should be prioritised and implemented now to tackle…

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