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Enhancing access to information for women in pastoral areas – challenges and opportunities

Knowledge can go a long way to ensure better livelihoods and food security for women in pastoral regions. Accurate and timely information can help facilitate access to services, and exert a positive influence on their participation in livelihood deci…

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Service contracts in 2018

List of service contracts equal or greater than € 15,000 awarded by CTA in 2018, listed by title of the action/project, by name service provider, location and the amount received from CTA in Euros.

9 Results in projects and events

May 2

“Policy Setting for Improved Linkages Between Agriculture and Tourism: Strengthening the Local Agrifood Sector and Promoting Agritourism" in Saint Lucia

    The agritourism workshop in Saint Lucia seeks to promote linkages between the agrifood sector and the tourism industry to increase sustainable local sourcing through a developed agritourism policy. The workshop aims at designing inter-sectoral and i…
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Castries, St Lucia

Dec 5

Agriculture advantage 2.0 - Climate-smart agriculture: Identifying the best bets - COP24 side event

Agriculture is likely to be the sector mostly affected by the impacts of climate change. Many developing countries included agriculture and land use change as an adaptation priority and also a mitigation opportunity in their nationally determined contributions under the Paris Agreement. Positive climate outcomes from the agriculture sector in both areas require the identification of climate-sma…
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Katowice, Poland

May 28

Farmer capacity building in Barbados

In Barbados, smallholders constitute the majority of farmers engaged in agriculture, however, they are not always able to access the resources needed to make their operations viable, and to access high-value and reliable markets. In order to help these farmers increase their productivity and produce quality, and to more adequately meet the demands of local buyers, CTA worked with the Barbados A…
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Barbados

Nov 18

Promoting Nutritious Food Systems in the Pacific Islands

The Pacific is a unique but diverse region comprising several remote islands, many of which share similar challenges. Traditionally, Pacific islanders depended on crop production and fishing to sustain their daily diets and livelihoods. However, food and nutrition security, health and incomes are being threatened by decline in agricultural production, overfishing and illegal fishing, chan…
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Pacific Ocean

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