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Capacity Development and Experience Sharing for Rice Value Chains through South-South and Triangular Cooperation (SSTC)" project








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    International Policy Workshop on Sustainable Food Systems Approach and Rice Policy Development - Concept Note
    Sharing experiences from the Republic of Korea, the United Republic of Tanzania, the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire, and the Republic of the Philippines, 30 September 2021
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    Developing an Integrated Sustainable Rice System in Eswatini through South-South Cooperation - GCP/SWA/020/MOR 2022
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    Farmers in Eswatini who cultivate Swazi National Land (SNL) do not have access to financing instruments, technology, or irrigation systems. These are contributing factors to the country’s low levels of agricultural productivity. This South South Cooperation project between Eswatini and Morocco was formulated so that Moroccan experts could share their experiences with representatives from the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) of Eswatini in the areas of agricultural development and irrigation. The project had three main goals: i ) to transfer Moroccan experiences to Eswatini; (ii) to improve water resources and irrigation in Eswatini based on this knowledge transfer; and (iii) to strengthen bilateral relations between the countries.
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    Creating Partnerships for Sustainable Rice Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa through South-South Cooperation - GCP/RAF/489/VEN 2021
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    Rice consumption in Africa has grown exponentially in recent decades; however, most African countries are not self-sufficient in rice production. In sub-Saharan Africa, it is strongly believed that rice yields could be increased through a holistic strengthening of rice value chains. By increasing and improving production, countries would therefore be empowered to meet consumer demand for rice. This project was formulated in the context of South-South Cooperation (SSC) to contribute to the development of sustainable rice systems in sub-Saharan Africa by creating and leveraging partnerships between international, national and local actors from both the public and private sectors. Elements of its design included the promotion and production of the seeds of improved rice varieties, the improvement of post-harvest techniques among local farmers, and the identification, dissemination and adoption of good agricultural practices (GAPs) and effective rice production technologies.

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