Family Farming: Core of the World’s Agricultural History
This chapter explains the impact of the modernization of agriculture and the advent of family farming in the political stage.
CIRAD: Family agriculture, technology and development
This CIRAD ‘Technology transfer and development newsletter’ underlines the central challenge of building innovation capacities of family producers and CIRAD’s commitment to the issues since the start of the ‘family agriculture and globalisation programme’.
The author of this article makes an inventory of the challenges family farms are facing.
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- What is the future for Family Farming in West Africa in a context of Liberalism ?
This study has been prepared for the workshop entitled “ For a land securitizing of rural producers” which has been co-organised by the Research Action Group on Land( GRAF) ,Burkina Faso ,the Research and Technological Exchanges Group (GRET),France and the IIED.
- Mutations in West African agriculture and role of Family Farming
This document was meant for the Club of the Sahel and West Africa (joined with OECD ) during the summer of 2003,in preparation of the World Trade Organisation Summit in Cancun ,September of the same year.
This present article is a part of a set of studies initiated by the Club of Sahel and West Africa (CSWA) and carried out by the IIED, and dealing with agricultural mutations in West Africa and the role of Family Farming.
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