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Policy Innovations To Unlock Climate Finance For Resilient Food Systems In Africa: Rwanda
RwandaMalabo Montpellier Panel

While Rwanda remains one of the strongest performers on the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) commitment to allocate 10 percent of public expenditure to agriculture, the intensification of climate impacts necessitates add...

Policy Innovations To Unlock Climate Finance For Resilient Food Systems In Africa: Mali
MaliMalabo Montpellier Panel

Mali is increasingly exposed to climate change impacts, including droughts, floods, and extreme temperature and precipitation variations which in turn have led to reduced agricultural productivity, food insecurity, conflict, and migration.

Policy Innovations To Unlock Climate Finance For Resilient Food Systems In Africa: Benin
All CountriesMalabo Montpellier Panel

The Government of Benin has demonstrated political leadership and strong stewardship to tackle the challenges presented by climate change to its economy and food systems.

Financial Services
Policy Innovations To Unlock Climate Finance For Resilient Food Systems In Africa: BN, ML, RW, ZB
All CountriesMalabo Montpellier Panel

For African countries to improve their preparedness, adapt to climate change, and build resilient food systems, they will require significant investment. Indeed, recognizing the imperative and urgency of the needs, several countries have already allo...

Agri-Food News and Media
Policy Innovations To Unlock Climate Finance For Resilient Food Systems In Africa
All CountriesMalabo Montpellier Panel

In most African countries, food systems are a key pillar of livelihoods and national GDP: nearly half of the continent`s workforce is employed in agriculture, and the sector contributes to an average of 20 percent of GDP.

Policy and Advocacy
Togo Case Study: Bridging The Gap
TogoMalabo Montpellier Panel

Togo has achieved a perfect score of 10 in the 2021 Biennial Review of CAADP for women's participation in agriculture. The country has implemented legal frameworks, policies, and interventions to empower women and improve opportunities in agri-food s...

Policy and Advocacy
Ghana Case study: Bridging The Gap
GhanaMalabo Montpellier Panel

The 2017/18 Ghana Agriculture Census Report shows that women smallholder farmers contribute nearly 50% of the agricultural labor force in Ghana. Women are more engaged in crop farming than male farmers, and women play a crucial role in Ghana's agrifo...

Agri-Food News and Media
Rwanda Case Study: Bridging The Gap
RwandaMalabo Montpellier Panel

Rwanda has achieved perfect scores in CAADP Biennial Reviews and outperformed the African and global average on OECD's 2023 Social Institutions & Gender Index. Women make up 57% of the agricultural workforce, and the government aims to increase women...

Agri-Food News and Media
BRIDGING THE GAP: Policy Innovations To Put Women At The Center Of Food Systems Transformation In Africa
All CountriesMalabo Montpellier Panel

delves into an Africa-wide analysis of the status of women in Africa's agrifood systems to propose further actions to position women at the center of food system change. Women are pivotal to transforming Africa's agrifood systems and achieving job, g...

Agri-Food News and Media
Livestock, Livestock Products and Fish, March 2022

This price bulletin was developed by researchers at IFPRI Malawi with the goal of providing clear and accurate information on the weekly variation of retail prices for selected agricultural commodities that are important for food security and nutriti...

Land Tenure Security And Preferences To Dispute Resolution Pathways Among Landholders In Nigeria

This excerpt discusses the Land tenure security and preferences to dispute resolution pathways among landholders in Nigeria.

Seasonality And Day-to-day Variability Of Dietary Diversity: Longitudinal Study Of Pregnant Women Enrolled In A Randomized Controlled Efficacy Trial In Rural Burkina Faso

Background: Panel data indicates that non-pregnant women's dietary diversity fluctuates across climatic seasons in low- and middle income countries. The natural day-to-day variability in food group consumption during gestation is unknown.

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