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Family food security in the Bolgatanga area of the Upper East region of Ghana

Last year's farming season of the rain fed cultivation was very poor creating more food shortages in the rural communities amd forcing families to migrate to the bigger cities. One of such communities the Radio production team visited was Yikene in the Bolgatanga town. As in the opening song by the women which says" There is now hunger due to the changes in the weather and other conditions of our land. Our crops are no more what we know, but all the same we are coming together to fight the effects poor soils and the weather."... Summary of the issues in the program are that the selection of short ripening variety and the use of compose manure to improve crops.

Length: 
1 hour 8 minutes 31 second
Size: 
98.7

Insécurité et agriculture familiale au Nord Kivu et dans l'Est de la RDC

Le fichier audio décrit le contexte de violence auquelles les régions du Nord Kivu et l'Est de la RDC sont exposées. Les agriculteurs familiaux ne sont pas en degrés de survenir à leur besoin d'ordre primaire. Ceci accentue davantage la pauvreté. 

Length: 
7:37
Size: 
3.7 MB
French

IYFF and the role of family farming

The following programme explains the contribution of family farming to the eradication of hunger  and to ensure food security. Additionally, it introduces the main objectives of the IYFF 2014. 

Length: 
09:19
Size: 
9MB
English

The role of communication in family farming

The following programme describes the role of communication and community media in family farming as drivers for social change in rural areas.

Length: 
05:18
Size: 
5MB
English

Regional perspectives on the IYFF

The Regional Dialogues organized by FAO were conducted from October to December 2013. These aimed at better understanding the situation of family farming at the regional level and facilitate the discussion among different stakeholders, including civil society organizations, family farmers and government institutions.

Length: 
14:50
Size: 
14MB
English

The role of communication and community media in family farming and hunger eradication

The following program presents a synthesis of programs 1 and 2 related to the role of communication and community media in support of family farming and hunger eradication.

 

Length: 
07:45
Size: 
14MB
English

The role of communication and community media in family farming and hunger eradication

The following program presents a synthesis of programs 1 and 2 related to the role of communication and community media in support of family farming and hunger eradication.

Length: 
07:45
Size: 
15MB
English

Regional perspectives on the IYFF

The Regional Dialogues organized by FAO were conducted from October to December 2013. These aimed at better understanding the situation of family farming at the regional level and facilitate the discussion among different stakeholders, including civil society organizations, family farmers and government institutions.

Length: 
14:50
Size: 
14MB
English

FAO calls for action to accelerate economic transformation and development in Africa

Mr. Bukar Tijani, ADG-FAO Regional Office for Africa states that the future of Africa lies on youth and stresses the importance of young farmers and agri-entreprenor employment for the rural development of Africa. 

Length: 
04:18
Size: 
4MB
English

Un accroissement du développement économique en Afrique

Mme Samia Maamar, Directrice générale de l'agriculture biologique au Ministère tunisien de l'agriculture souligne le role central des petits exploitants agricoles agricoles et l'importance de les soutenir avec des investissements. A' l'occasion de la Conférence régionale de la FAO pour l'Afrique  (24 au 28 mars 2014) à Tunis, la FAO invite les ministres africains de l'agriculture à accélérer les investissements et les transformations en faveur des petits exploitants agricoles.

Length: 
05:42
Size: 
5MB
French

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