Posts tagged ‘Agriculture’
Is “Climate Smart Agriculture” the next big thing? Irish Aid has supported a new international alliance on CSA, but many CSOs are worried.
One of the recurring securities of the “global development” sector is that, every so often, someone claims to have found the silver bullet. Most recently, there are many that claim that Teff, a grain variety grown mainly in Ethiopia, is the new solution to global malnourishment.
An uplifting story of how indebted farmers in the Philippines regained control of their livelihoods, and their lives.
A new report highlights the EU’s track record in Development. Europe is a very big, and very good, aid donor. But is that enough?
“The big picture is fairly straightforward. Europe has generous and effective aid programmes, and makes a distinct contribution to global environmental challenges. But Europe’s policies on trade (especially agriculture), security and sharing technology have much less positive impact on development.”
An overview of some of the key arguments made in relation to the growing world population.
Addressing world Hunger means recognising, and addressing, the political nature of Hunger.
Today is National Potato Day in Ireland – a country that knows the link between hunger, poverty and the potato all too well.