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• SCHOOL GARDENING A HORTICULTURE AND NUTRITION EDUCATION TOOL REPORT FROM UNDP-FAO-GOB INTEGRATED HORTICULTURE AND NUTRITION DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (IHNDP), BANGLADESH Prepared by Sanjib Kumar Saha, National Nutrition Education Specialist, IHNDP, FAO In collaboration with Lalita Bhattacharjee, International Nutrition Education Specialist, IHNDP, FAO Biplab K. (...) However, practical elements of these subjects are not adequately supported with field based horticultural activities. Therefore, SNG programmes were implemented to enable students to apply the theory learnt in their classrooms. (...) Some parents are on School Gardening: A Horticulture And Nutrition Education Tool 5 the school management committee.
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Score: 1332896.7 - https://www.fao.org/schoolgard...c/060719SGBangladeshreport.pdf
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The Horticulture Technical Services Unit under the Department of Agriculture (DoA) is conducting the training with support from an FAO Technical Cooperation Programme titled “ Support to sustainable production & marketing of fishery and vegetable for Urban/Peri-urban women”. (...) Jobarteh informed participants that the horticulture sub-sector is an important pillar of the national economy. (...) She challenged them to participate proactively in the sessions to enable them share the knowledge and skills acquired with other members of their communities to help boost production and productivity. 
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Score: 1327993.3 - https://www.fao.org/gambia/news/detail-events/en/c/1437353/
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Under this pillar, FAO and GRN will focus on medium- and small-scale producers in the crop, horticulture, aquaculture and livestock sub-sectors to enhance their productive capacity. Under the Crop and Horticulture component, FAO will support GRN in the implementation of the Comprehensive Programme on Conservation Agriculture, strengthen the National Seed Production Syst2em, promote up-scaling of small-scale horticulture production and further develop rice production in Kavango and Caprivi Regions. (...) Priority area C: Linking farmers to markets Under this pillar, FAO aims to support the increase of crop, horticultural and livestock producers’ equitable access to local and international markets.
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Score: 1313122.5 - https://www.fao.org/namibia/pr...es-and-projects/programmes/en/
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Plant Production and Protection Division: Contacts english français Español FAO Home Plant Production and Protection Division Thematic sitemap Information Resources News, Events, Bulletins in Keywords Contacts NSP - Contacts   The links on this page are intended as a means to enable visitors of our website to send queries and/or feedback regarding technical matters to the respective technical officers.  (...) Christine Fuell  -Team Leader - Coordination: leading the FAO based part of the Rotterdam Convention (RC) Secretariat; organisation of programme of work; supervision of implementation of the RC; Policy and technical advice: coordination and support of RC meetings (COP, CRC); provision of policy and technical advice on pesticides; Management: day to day management and management tasks within FAO's Plant Production and Protection Division   Fenton Beed  - Team Leader - Coordinates field programme support functions and multidisciplinary programmes related to sustainable intensification and improvement of crop-based production systems; Coordinates policy tools and approaches to help member countries develop horticulture subsector; Leads FAO/WHO Initiative on promotion of fruits and vegetable for health; Coordinates support for integrated horticulture-based systems with nutrition and gender consideration.   (...) NSP Webmaster - +3906 57052281 Core Themes Sustainable Crop Production Intensification Pest and Pesticide Management Seeds and Plant Genetic Resources Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Plant Production and Climate Change Horticulture and Diversification International Treaties, Conventions, Advisory Bodies     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1284512.3 - https://www.fao.org/agriculture/crops/contacts/en/
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LEVERAGING OFFSHORE FINANCING TO EXPAND AFRICAN NON-TRADITIONAL EXPORTS : THE CASE OF THE HORTICULTURAL SECTOR : STUDY / PREPARED BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
For example, countries such as Egypt, Kenya, South Africa and Zimbabwe have made structural reforms and have changed their land use and land ownership policies in recent years, thus enabling farmers to move from traditional crops to fruits and vegetables, and replicating Chile’s horticultural production boom which followed its 1974 reforms of farmland property rights. (...) This chapter describes the main potential roles in finance of relevant parties involved in international horticulture trade. It also identifies the bottlenecks that need to be overcome along the financing continuum in order to enable various actors in each promising product chain to capture and sustain market opportunities. (...) A concrete example is discussed in chapter 4 (case study 4), where there is a description of how a producer with the assistance of his Agent can obtain pre-finance. 15 greater risks, which require structuring finance transactions that would leverage those risks and still enable good returns. In the current situation, horticulture exporters in Africa usually wait for an average of between 30 and 120 days before they receive payment for their goods sold mainly to international buyers.
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Score: 1280716.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=UNCTAD/DITC/COM/2003/4&Lang=E
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Ensuring diversity and abundance of pollination services Diversification into horticultural crops is becoming an avenue to poverty alleviation among many farmers around the world. The trade in horticultural crops accounts for more than 20 percent of developing countries’ agricultural exports, more than double that of cereal crops. (...) In agro- ecosystems, pollinators are essential for orchard, horticultural and forage production, as well as the production of seed for many root and fibre crops.
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Score: 1278717.4 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...ts/fao_factsheet/ecosystem.pdf
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LEVERAGING OFFSHORE FINANCING TO EXPAND AFRICAN NON-TRADITIONAL EXPORTS : THE CASE OF THE HORTICULTURAL SECTOR (NEW CASE STUDIES) / PREPARED BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
Risks and constraints in financing Africa’s horticultural trade .......................... 1 II. (...) Zimbabwe's horticultural export performance from 2002–2003.......................................63 3. (...) This chapter describes the main potential roles in finance of the relevant parties involved in international horticulture trade. It also identifies the bottlenecks that need to be overcome along the financing continuum in order to enable various actors in each promising product chain to capture and sustain market opportunities.
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Score: 1259019.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...UNCTAD/DITC/COM/2006/13&Lang=E
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COMMODITY EXPORT POLICIES AND STRATEGIES IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES IN A PROCESS OF STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT : COTTON, TEA AND HORTICULTURAL PRODUCTS : REPORT ON A WORKSHOP HELD IN DAR-ES-SALAAM, UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA, FROM 24 TO 27 NOVEMBER 1993 UNDER PROJECT TX-RAF/92/A34
The horticultural sector in Ethiopia 76 - 78 B. The horticultural sector in Kenya 79 - 87 C. The horticultural sector in Malawi 88 - 91 D. The horticultural sector in United Republic of Tanzania 92 - 94 E. The horticultural sector in Zimbabwe 95 - 98 F. The role of the government in supporting a horticultural export industry (Israel) 99 - 105 G.
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Score: 1223606.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=UNCTAD/COM/47&Lang=E
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FAO signs an MoU to enable farmers access climate resilient technologies | FAO in Kenya | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org FAO in Kenya Our office Programmes and projects News Resources Partners FAO signs an MoU to enable farmers access climate resilient technologies 19/11/2021 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has partnered with the Cooperative Partnership for Climate Smart Food and Forestry, which incorporates the agriculture, forestry and cooperative organizations of Denmark, the Netherlands and Finland (World Farmers Organization (WFO) members the Danish Agriculture and Food Council (DAFC), the Dutch Agriculture and Horticulture Organization (LTO), the Finnish forestry partner MTK (The Central Union of Agricultural Producers and Forest Owners) and the Dutch Young Farmers (NAJK), and the Dutch Agri-development agency and cooperative specialist Agritera. (...) Agriterra firmly believes that by empowering cooperatives in developing economies to become more climate smart in agriculture, horticulture and livestock production, developing economies can deliver on their country commitments in agriculture and forestry.
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Score: 1216020.1 - https://www.fao.org/kenya/news/detail-events/en/c/1456511/
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Awareness Raising and Capacity Development to Reduce Post-harvest Losses in Horticultural Chains in Timor Leste TCP/TIM/3501. Awareness Raising and Capacity Development to Reduce Post-harvest Losses in Horticultural Chains in Timor Leste   Donor : FAO Implementing Agencies: DNAH, DNAC Period : September 2014 - March 2016 Budget : 215 000.00 USD Districts covered:  National Expected result:  Post-harvest losses will be reduced by at least 15 per cent in the chains where good practices are adopted and replicated; produce quality will improved, and the implementation of good practice in post-harvest handling to assure safety will be improved. (...) GCP/RAS/292/GFF ISLME. Enabling transboundary cooperation for sustainable management of the Indonesian Seas GCP/RAS/292/GFF ISLME. Enabling transboundary cooperation for sustainable management of the Indonesian Seas Donor : GEF Period : September 2014 - September 2015  Budget : 150 000.00 USD Districts covered:  National Expected result:  A fully-fledge project is developed to be implemented in both Indonesia and Timor-Leste countries which will enable trans-boundary cooperation between them in the fisheries sector.
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Score: 1215482.5 - https://www.fao.org/timor-lest...-and-projects/project-list/en/
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