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Bio Innovation And Poverty Alleviation

Author : Edsel E. Sajor
ISBN : 9789351504580
Genre : Business & Economics
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The proposed volume attempts to understand how forms of bio-innovation might be linked to the problem of poverty and its reduction through an inquiry into a number of empirical cases of present-day bio-innovations in Asia. Conditions and circumstances in countries like Cambodia, China, India, Korea, Nepal, Philippines, and Thailand are quite different and provide a mosaic of varied experiences in bio-innovation that include shrimp farming, GMO cotton, bio gas, organic farming, and vaccines. Offering important insights into various forms of bio-innovation efforts and their effects on poverty alleviation, this volume is divided into three major themes that organize the main sections of the book—benefits for the poor: actual, direct, and prospective benefits for the poor; absence of positive impacts and institutional constraints; pro-poor drivers and embedding in anti-poverty alleviation. The central questions addressed here are: • Ways and circumstances in which certain forms of bio-innovations affect the poor and enable poverty alleviation. • Critical factors and conditions for improving the positive impact of bio-innovations on poverty alleviation. • Poverty alleviation goals should be the point of departure in rationalizing, identifying and designing appropriate and relevant bio-innovation programs.

Trade And Poverty Reduction In The Asia Pacific Region

Author : Andrew L. Stoler
ISBN : 9780521768368
Genre : Business & Economics
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"World Trade Organization, AusAID, Institute for International Trade."

Innovative Markets For Sustainable Agriculture

Author : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
ISBN : 9789251093276
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Between 2013 and 2015, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) undertook a survey of innovative approaches that enable markets to act as incentives in the transition towards sustainable agriculture in developing countries. Through a competitive selection process, 15 cases from around the world provide insights into how small-scale initiatives that use sustainable production practices are supported by market demand, and create innovations in the institutions that govern sustainable practices and market exchanges. These cases respond to both local and distant consumers’ concerns about the quality of the food that they eat. The book evidences that the initiatives rely upon social values (e.g. trustworthiness, health [nutrition and food safety], food sovereignty, promotion of youth and rural development, farmer and community livelihoods) to adapt sustainable practices to local contexts, while creating new market outlets for food products. Specifically, private sector and civil society actors are leading partnerships with the public sector to build market infrastructure, integrate sustainable agriculture into private and public education and extension programmes, and ensure the exchange of transparent information about market opportunities. The results are: (i) system innovations that allow new rules for marketing and assuring the sustainable qualities of products; (ii) new forms of organization that permit actors to play multiple roles in the food system (e.g. farmer and auditor, farmer and researcher, consumer and auditor, consumer and intermediary); (iii) new forms of market exchange, such as box schemes, university kiosks, public procurement or systems of seed exchanges; and (iv) new technologies for sustainable agriculture (e.g. effective micro-organisms, biopesticides and soil analysis techniques). The public sector plays a key role in providing legitimate political and physical spaces for multiple actors to jointly create and share sustainable agricultural knowledge, practices and products.

Livestock A Pathway Out Of Poverty

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Genre : Livestock
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Understanding poverty and the role of livestock in reducing poverty. Pathways out of poverty. How ILRI and its partners can help reduce poverty. Guiding principles for strategic planning. Strategic research themes. Implications of the strategic research themes. ILRI's path ahead.

Abstracts On Rural Development In The Tropics

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924063049914
Genre : Rural development
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World Agricultural Economics And Rural Sociology Abstracts

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ISBN : UCLA:L0086670049
Genre : Agriculture
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Rural Development Abstracts

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ISBN : UCLA:L0106130917
Genre : Rural development
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Asian Bibliography

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ISBN : MINN:31951P00938910R
Genre : Asia
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Accessasia

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ISBN : UOM:39015023731527
Genre : Asia
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Role Of Rural Women In Food Security In Asia And The Pacific

Author : Alexandra Stephens
ISBN : 9283323238
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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