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联合国家庭农业十年 (2019-2028 年) 全球行动计划

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    World Agriculture Watch - Supporting the UN decade of family farming (2019-2028) 2019
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    The World Agriculture Watch (WAW) initiative aims to document the situation of global agriculture in all its diversity, from family farms to industrial enterprises. Identifying and understanding the myriad farm types, including family farms, is key to adapting projects, policies and investments to specific agricultural characteristics and constraints. In this way, investments can be targeted at strengthening the weakest aspects of different types of farm. WAW then uses farm typology to provide tailored means of monitoring the effects of these investments on family farms and tracking their relative performance. The information produced by these tools is intended to inform stakeholders and fuel the debate on policy choices for the agricultural sector, with a particular focus on those organizations that represent family farms, which are crucial to food and nutrition security. Moreover, WAW facilitates the global accumulation of knowledge on agricultural transformation at the international level. WAW offers decision-making support for intervention at the local, regional and national levels. It is currently working with a number of countries to develop national farm observatories that will enable them to participate in the global collection of data on and analysis of farm typologies and types of agriculture.
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    Get Started Guide for the United Nations Decade of Family Farming 2019-2028 2019
    Supporting family farming offers a unique opportunity to meet the needs of future generations and ensure no one is left behind. The United Nations Decade of Family Farming 2019-2028 (UNDFF). is a chance to mobilize global commitments and actions to support family farmers and enable them to support their communities. This guide have been developed to support all stakeholders that want to take part in activities and events related to the United Nations Decade of Family Farming 2019-2028 (UNDFF).
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    United Nations Decade of Family Farming 2019-2028 - Global Action Plan 2019
    Agriculture today faces increasing pressure to provide sufficient, affordable and nutritious food for a growing population, cope with climate change and the degradation of natural resources, including water scarcity, soil depletion, and biodiversity loss. Pervasive inequalities between rural and urban areas have led to an unprecedented level of urbanization. To feed the world and do it sustainably, an urgent and radical shift in our food systems is necessary. To be effective, transformative actions must address a complex set of interconnected objectives encompassing economic, social and environmental dimensions. Family farmers are at the heart of this issue. They provide the majority of the world’s food, are the major investors in agriculture and the backbone of the rural economic structure. The Global Action Plan of the UNDFF provides detailed guidance for the international community on collective, coherent and comprehensive actions that can be taken to support family farmers. It outlines a comprehensive approach to support efforts to achieve the SDGs, in the context of the progressive realization of the Right to Adequate Food. Designed around seven mutually reinforcing pillars of work, the Global Action Plan recommends a series of interconnected actions from the local to the global level. Any interventions developed during the decade must always consider the diversity of family farmers. They should be context-specific, adapted to regional, national, local socio-cultural and socio-economic conditions. To guarantee the success of the UNDFF, all actions should place family farmers at the center and be implemented through bottom-up, participatory and inclusive processes.

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