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Article d'impact

La route vers une agriculture céréalière et animale résiliente au climat

Depuis la parution du rapport L’ombre portée de l’élevage – impacts environnementaux et options pour leur atténuation de l’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’alimentation et l’agriculture (FAO), le secteur de l’élevage du bétail fait l’objet de toutes les attentions dans le monde entier, en raison de sa contribution aux émissions de gaz à effet de serre dans l’atmosphère.

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Agri-Food Forum looks to the future

The 2015 Caribbean Pacific Agri-Food Forum, held in Barbados, focused on many of CTA’s priority interventions for the regions. There was a strong emphasis on impact. In Africa, CTA has been encouraging greater intra-regional trade, and we played a prominent role in two important conferences in Equatorial Guinea and Rwanda.

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Strengthening resilience, greening the desert

An African alliance to combat desertification is improving food security, through tree planting and farmer-managed natural regeneration. Across Africa, the threats of desertification and land degradation are always present, especially in the Sahel and the southern edge of the Sahara. Poverty and hunger are a constant prospect. In response, farmers and communities in dryland areas are developing ways to sustainably manage.

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Building better markets to increase farmers’ resilience

Dairy farmers in Eastern Africa are growing their income, thanks to a program that helps develop skills, strengthens links to markets, and improves access to financial services. Productivity and incomes have increased; monthly milk intake at the dairy enterprises increased from 529,000 litres to 8 million litres between 2008 and 2013. Milk aggregation at the dairy enterprises has empowered farmers to negotiate for better prices.

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Blog articles

Favoriser l’adoption de services d'images satellitaires avec des prêts aux petits agriculteurs

Une alliance entre le Centre technique de coopération agricole et rurale (CTA) et la Fondation Rabobank facilite l’octroi de crédits aux petits producteurs ougandais. Ce partenariat améliore ainsi l’adoption d’un programme ICT4Ag novateur lancé par le CTA, et l’aide donc à atteindre son objectif de viabilité financière.

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L'agriculture intelligente face au climat

Les changements climatiques et leurs impacts sur les petits exploitants agricoles des pays en développement sont on ne peut plus d’actualité. Dans ce contexte, l’apprentissage par les pairs dans le domaine de l’agriculture intelligente face au climat (AIC) offre à tous les acteurs une chance égale de relever ce défi, à leur rythme et en fonction des conditions sur le terrain.

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Agriculture résistante au changement climatique : des partenariats locaux pour réussir

Le Centre technique de coopération agricole et rurale (CTA), reconnaissant le rôle stratégique des réunions pour le développement agricole et rural, a organisé une réunion d’examen de projets de trois jours, du 23 au 25 novembre, à Johannesburg, en Afrique du Sud, autour du thème « Développer des solutions climato-intelligentes pour la culture céréalière et l'élevage en Afrique australe ». Cette réunion s’est tenue à la veille de la 4e Conférence scientifique mondiale sur l’agriculture climato-intelligente (ACI), les 28-30 novembre.

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Prefácio

Desenvolvimento é uma essência preciosa, normalmente semeada com dedicação e adubada pela troca de vivências, conhecimentos, técnicas e descobertas. Seus frutos podem ser tão mais diversos, coloridos e saborosos quanto mais generosa e sincera tenha sido a distribuição de suas mudas e sementes e o compartilhamento dos segredos de sua lavoura. Foi com esse espírito e conceito que germinou a presente publicação.

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Nouvelles de l'entreprise

Femmes africaines et changement climatique : la volonté de vaincre

Les pratiques d’agriculture climato-intelligente contribuent à lutter contre les conditions dévastatrices auxquelles sont confrontés les producteurs en Afrique depuis ces dernières années. Sithembile Ndema Mwamakamba est coordinatrice de programmes du Réseau pour l’analyse des politiques sur l’alimentation, l’agriculture et les ressources naturelles (FANRPAN), partenaire de longue date du CTA. Elle explique en quoi les femmes jouent un rôle de premier plan et contribuent aux efforts des producteurs pour lutter contre le changement climatique.

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EU helping smallholder farmers become climate smart

Agriculture is a source of and solution to climate change. Convinced that agriculture can help achieve global goals of adaptation and mitigation to climate change, the European Union (EU) is supporting CTA to help smallholder farmers in Southern Africa become climate smart.

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Spreading the word: the benefits of effective knowledge management

Krishan Bheenick, Senior Programme Coordinator of Knowledge Management at CTA, explains the value of knowledge management techniques such as experience capitalisation, which are being introduced as part of CTA’s Southern Africa Flagship Project with the aim to build smallholder farmers’ resilience through the adoption of climate smart agriculture.

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A time to reflect on how to scale up climate-smart agriculture

Innovative partnerships and consortiums to scale up climate-smart agriculture (CSA) will be the topic of a presentation to be made by CTA at the 4th Global Science Conference on CSA, being held from 28-30 November in Johannesburg, South Africa. The event will be hosted by the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) and will focus on catalysing local innovations and action to accelerate the scaling up of CSA.

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Communiqués

Opening Statement by Michael Hailu, Director of CTA

Opening statement delivered by Michael Hailu, Director of CTA, at the Blending4Ag conference, on Monday 7 November. The Blending4Ag conference is taking place in Brussels and is focusing on the strategic use of international and national development finance and philanthropic funds to mobilise private capital flows into agricultural value chains in developing countries.

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Article d'opinion

The future farmer: disrupting agriculture

Right now, in Southern Africa, there are a lot of young farmers that are doing great things, they are ambitious with an appetite to grow, and want to achieve this growth through the creation of profitable agribusinesses that will deliver the same quality of life as other professions. They are just not visible. What we see at events like the recent African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF), which took place in Abidjan between 4th-8th September 2017, is just a microcosm of a larger pool of agripreneurs.

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Entretien

Noi Paulina Selepe / Lesotho : Au Lesotho, l’union fait la force

Quand Noi Paulina Selepe, une éleveuse de 29 ans, a lancé son entreprise agroalimentaire, elle a réalisé que celle-ci était trop petite pour alimenter le marché de viande de poulet en croissance rapide de son pays.

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Farmers need to organise

For Theo de Jager, president of the Pan-African Farmers’ Organization, mechanising agriculture in Africa calls for farmers, especially women, to join together and organise in cooperatives, to be able to access modern equipment.

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Article de revue

CTA Handbook: An ICT Agripreneurship Guide

This Handbook provides a step-by-step roadmap designed to equip aspiring ICT entrepreneurs, with the information and knowledge they need to start an ICT-based business in the agricultural sector, outlining key opportunities and challenges that will be encountered along the way. Using real-life examples, it provides strategies and pathways for averting common mistakes faced by early-stage entrepreneurs.

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New directions for targeted outcomes

While reflecting on its 30-year history during its anniversary year in 2014, CTA was also busy making plans for the future. CTA's goal is to contribute to enhanced agricultural and rural development policies and inclusive value chains that promote food and nutrition security, prosperity and sustainable management of natural resources across Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP).

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Article syndiqué

CTA Invests in Smart Agriculture

The Technical Centre for Agriculture and Rural Cooperation (CTA), has invested over €449,000 euros in scaling up climate-smart agricultural solutions for cereals and livestock smallholder farmers in Zambia.

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Receitas para o Desenvolvimento

Com as feiras e demonstrações simulou-se o que é possível executar em casa, com os alimentos disponíveis e/ou fáceis de serem produzidos no próprio quintal ou na machamba. Com efeito, depois das aulas se nota uma mudança de atitude, tanto na diversificação do cardápio como no número crescente de hortas caseiras. E estes são só dois exemplos.

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Insurance: incentive for climate resilience

Frequent extreme weather and climate shifts pose a challenge to already vulnerable groups such as smallholder farmers in the developing world. Between 2004 and 2014, farmers are said to have endured the brunt of the 100-billion-dollar cost of climate-related disasters.

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Events

Conferences

  • May 8

    10th ICT4D Conference - From Innovation to Impact

    The 10th ICT4D Conference brings together public, private and civil society organisations from across the humanitarian and international development community. Participants share how they have used innovations in technology to increase the impact of their work. Highly interactive and hands-on, the conference attracts a diverse audience of technical advisors, executives, and others who offer a r…
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Projects

Déployer à plus grande échelle des solutions d’agriculture intelligente face au climat pour les agriculteurs et les éleveurs d’Afrique australe

La météo et les phénomènes climatiques ont un impact majeur sur les activités agricoles en Afrique australe, et donc aussi sur la sécurité alimentaire, la nutrition et les revenus des ménages vivant en milieu rural. Cette forte vulnérabilité au changement climatique est à l’origine d’alternances réc...