This policy brief outlines how to use agroforestry to advance on biodiversity and food security goals.
More often than not the cocoa beans are grown and harvested by children. The chocolate industry pledged to eradicate child labor already in 2001. What has happened since then?
Pius Hiwe, Commuications Officer at YPARD speaks about communication for effective youth inclusion at SIANI Annual Meeting 2020.
Improving the productivity of female farmers can step forward Malawi’s development and address its staggering poverty levels. But how to do that?
Join this conference to learn about climate change adaptation practices and initiatives of indigenous women in Asia and how to include them in the climate policy agenda.
We are looking for dedicated individuals to renew our Steering Committee, a government body that provides guidance and direction to our work. Do you have anyone in mind?
The call for Basic Research Grants (up to 15 000 USD) and Renewal Grants (up to 12 000 USD) is now open.
The proponents of multifunctional land use often claim this approach is highly beneficial for women. But is it?
Can One Health and rights-based approaches provide holistic solutions to the spread of antimicrobial resistance (AMR)?