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A global perspective on agribusiness
and agricultural development
29 May 2019

INTERVIEW

Leonard Mizzi: “We need to put food systems high on the political agenda”

Head of Unit at the European Commission, Leonard Mizzi, highlights the critical need for collaboration in order to address the challenges of food crises.

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DOSSIER

Stemming youth migration: Improving agriculture’s employment opportunities

Africa’s growing youth workforce presents enormous potential for agricultural transformation, but the sector must become a more attractive employment option for the continent’s young people.

Analysis 
Agriculture’s potential to mitigate youth migration

Kenya Field Report 
Reality TV shapes up young farming in Eastern Africa

Senegal Field Report 
Turning the tide on youth migration

Interview: Sithembile Ndema Mwamakamba
Prioritising youth engagement in technology and innovation

TRADE AND MARKETING

The Solomon Islands rediscover honey

Following destruction of the entire bee population in the 2000s, the Solomon Islands has now restarted its honey production, and has its sights set on the export market.

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PRODUCTION

Going organic in Madagascar

The development of zones dedicated to organic farming in Madagascar is increasing local adoption of the technique and generating higher incomes for small-scale farmers.

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BOOK ARTICLE

Fixing food systems for environmental sustainability

Three new publications highlight how food can be used to meet the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

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SPORE N° 192 | March - May 2019

Digitalising Agriculture:
Bridging the Gender Gap


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