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    How can agricultural policies and strategies help to end child labour in agriculture?
    FSN Forum report of activity No. 165
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    This document summarizes the online discussion How can agricultural policies and strategies help to end child labour in agriculture? held on the FAO Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) from 27 April to 25 May 2020. The discussion was facilitated by Jessie Rivera Fagan of FAO in Rome, Italy. The discussion was part of FAO’s activities leading up to the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour in 2021 and of its broader efforts to contribute to the progress in achieving Target 8.7 of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2025. A comprehensive multisectoral approach is often needed to address child labour in agriculture. Therefore, participants were invited to share information and case studies on policies and programmes which have been effective at reducing child labour in agriculture in relation to the following aspects: 1) hunger and malnutrition; 2) climate change and environmental degradation; 3) family farming; 4) innovation; 5) public and private investment; 6) attention to domestic supply chains; and 7) cross-sectoral policies and strategies.
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    Skills Development for Inclusive Growth in the Lebanese Agriculture Sector - Policy Brief 2020
    Also available in:

    This policy brief presents a summary study of the situation of agriculture and food sector, specifically the agricultural labour market in Lebanon, and highlights the importance of addressing a pronounced skills mismatch in the agricultural labour market to spur agriculture sector development. It reflects the difficulties employers are facing in finding workers with the skills required to perform their jobs at a price that they are able to pay; noting that skill mismatches were reported in all sub-sectors, including several technical and life such as a number of crop and animal farming skills as well as some craft-related skills. In addition, the agricultural technical schools training does not meet market demand and these schools On-Job-Training (OJT) are insufficient to fill the needed gaps in labour market. One more major challenge increasing the skill mismatch is the lack of interest of youth in enrolling in agricultural technical schools. Thus this policy highlights the importance of work-based learning, innovative practices for small-scale farmers, introduction of new techniques and skills, and the necessity of upgrading the agricultural technical schools to meet market demands and to encourage the engagement of students in the agricultural sector. Of course, this is a whole process the policy includes with the recommended role of the Ministry of Agriculture and its education and services department highlighted in the ministry’s 2021-2025 strategy, development of competency-based approach to teaching, learning, testing and certification for improved quality within the agricultural TVET system, in addition to the development of apprenticeship framework.
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    كيف يمكن أن تساعد السياسات والاستراتيجيات الزراعية في القضاء على عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة؟
    تقرير رقم 165 عن الأنشطة المنفذة
    2020
    تلخص هذه الوثيقة المناقشة الإلكترونية التي تحمل عنوان كيف يمكن أن تساعد السياسات والاستراتيجيات الزراعية في القضاء على عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة؟ التي أُجريت على منتدى منظمة الأغذية والزراعة العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية خلال الفترة ما بين 27 أبريل/ نيسان إلى 25 مايو/ آيار 2020. قامت جيسي ريفيرا فاجان من منظمة الأغذية والزراعة في روما بإيطاليا بتيسير هذه المناقشة. أُجريت المناقشة في إطار أنشطة منظمة الأغذية والزراعة التي سبقت السنة الدولية للقضاء على عمالة الأطفال في عام 2021 وجهودها الأوسع للمساهمة في التقدم نحو تحقيق الهدف 8-7 من أهداف التنمية المستدامة بحلول عام 2025. غالبًا ما يلزم إتباع نهج شامل متعدد القطاعات لمعالجة قضية عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة. لذلك، تمت دعوة المشاركين لتبادل المعلومات ودراسات الحالة حول السياسات والبرامج التي ثبتت فعاليتها في الحد من عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة فيما يتعلق بالجوانب التالية: (1) الجوع وسوء التغذية، و(2) تغير المناخ والتدهور البيئي، و(3) الزراعة الأسرية، و(4) الابتكار، و(5) الاستثمار العام والخاص، و(6) الاهتمام بسلاسل التوريد المحلية، و(7) السياسات والاستراتيجيات المشتركة بين القطاعات.
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    Booklet
    How can agricultural policies and strategies help to end child labour in agriculture?
    FSN Forum report of activity No. 165
    2020
    This document summarizes the online discussion How can agricultural policies and strategies help to end child labour in agriculture? held on the FAO Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) from 27 April to 25 May 2020. The discussion was facilitated by Jessie Rivera Fagan of FAO in Rome, Italy. The discussion was part of FAO’s activities leading up to the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour in 2021 and of its broader efforts to contribute to the progress in achieving Target 8.7 of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2025. A comprehensive multisectoral approach is often needed to address child labour in agriculture. Therefore, participants were invited to share information and case studies on policies and programmes which have been effective at reducing child labour in agriculture in relation to the following aspects: 1) hunger and malnutrition; 2) climate change and environmental degradation; 3) family farming; 4) innovation; 5) public and private investment; 6) attention to domestic supply chains; and 7) cross-sectoral policies and strategies.
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    Skills Development for Inclusive Growth in the Lebanese Agriculture Sector - Policy Brief 2020
    Also available in:

    This policy brief presents a summary study of the situation of agriculture and food sector, specifically the agricultural labour market in Lebanon, and highlights the importance of addressing a pronounced skills mismatch in the agricultural labour market to spur agriculture sector development. It reflects the difficulties employers are facing in finding workers with the skills required to perform their jobs at a price that they are able to pay; noting that skill mismatches were reported in all sub-sectors, including several technical and life such as a number of crop and animal farming skills as well as some craft-related skills. In addition, the agricultural technical schools training does not meet market demand and these schools On-Job-Training (OJT) are insufficient to fill the needed gaps in labour market. One more major challenge increasing the skill mismatch is the lack of interest of youth in enrolling in agricultural technical schools. Thus this policy highlights the importance of work-based learning, innovative practices for small-scale farmers, introduction of new techniques and skills, and the necessity of upgrading the agricultural technical schools to meet market demands and to encourage the engagement of students in the agricultural sector. Of course, this is a whole process the policy includes with the recommended role of the Ministry of Agriculture and its education and services department highlighted in the ministry’s 2021-2025 strategy, development of competency-based approach to teaching, learning, testing and certification for improved quality within the agricultural TVET system, in addition to the development of apprenticeship framework.
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    كيف يمكن أن تساعد السياسات والاستراتيجيات الزراعية في القضاء على عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة؟
    تقرير رقم 165 عن الأنشطة المنفذة
    2020
    تلخص هذه الوثيقة المناقشة الإلكترونية التي تحمل عنوان كيف يمكن أن تساعد السياسات والاستراتيجيات الزراعية في القضاء على عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة؟ التي أُجريت على منتدى منظمة الأغذية والزراعة العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية خلال الفترة ما بين 27 أبريل/ نيسان إلى 25 مايو/ آيار 2020. قامت جيسي ريفيرا فاجان من منظمة الأغذية والزراعة في روما بإيطاليا بتيسير هذه المناقشة. أُجريت المناقشة في إطار أنشطة منظمة الأغذية والزراعة التي سبقت السنة الدولية للقضاء على عمالة الأطفال في عام 2021 وجهودها الأوسع للمساهمة في التقدم نحو تحقيق الهدف 8-7 من أهداف التنمية المستدامة بحلول عام 2025. غالبًا ما يلزم إتباع نهج شامل متعدد القطاعات لمعالجة قضية عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة. لذلك، تمت دعوة المشاركين لتبادل المعلومات ودراسات الحالة حول السياسات والبرامج التي ثبتت فعاليتها في الحد من عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة فيما يتعلق بالجوانب التالية: (1) الجوع وسوء التغذية، و(2) تغير المناخ والتدهور البيئي، و(3) الزراعة الأسرية، و(4) الابتكار، و(5) الاستثمار العام والخاص، و(6) الاهتمام بسلاسل التوريد المحلية، و(7) السياسات والاستراتيجيات المشتركة بين القطاعات.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Booklet
    How can agricultural policies and strategies help to end child labour in agriculture?
    FSN Forum report of activity No. 165
    2020
    This document summarizes the online discussion How can agricultural policies and strategies help to end child labour in agriculture? held on the FAO Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) from 27 April to 25 May 2020. The discussion was facilitated by Jessie Rivera Fagan of FAO in Rome, Italy. The discussion was part of FAO’s activities leading up to the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour in 2021 and of its broader efforts to contribute to the progress in achieving Target 8.7 of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2025. A comprehensive multisectoral approach is often needed to address child labour in agriculture. Therefore, participants were invited to share information and case studies on policies and programmes which have been effective at reducing child labour in agriculture in relation to the following aspects: 1) hunger and malnutrition; 2) climate change and environmental degradation; 3) family farming; 4) innovation; 5) public and private investment; 6) attention to domestic supply chains; and 7) cross-sectoral policies and strategies.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (stand-alone)
    Skills Development for Inclusive Growth in the Lebanese Agriculture Sector - Policy Brief 2020
    Also available in:

    This policy brief presents a summary study of the situation of agriculture and food sector, specifically the agricultural labour market in Lebanon, and highlights the importance of addressing a pronounced skills mismatch in the agricultural labour market to spur agriculture sector development. It reflects the difficulties employers are facing in finding workers with the skills required to perform their jobs at a price that they are able to pay; noting that skill mismatches were reported in all sub-sectors, including several technical and life such as a number of crop and animal farming skills as well as some craft-related skills. In addition, the agricultural technical schools training does not meet market demand and these schools On-Job-Training (OJT) are insufficient to fill the needed gaps in labour market. One more major challenge increasing the skill mismatch is the lack of interest of youth in enrolling in agricultural technical schools. Thus this policy highlights the importance of work-based learning, innovative practices for small-scale farmers, introduction of new techniques and skills, and the necessity of upgrading the agricultural technical schools to meet market demands and to encourage the engagement of students in the agricultural sector. Of course, this is a whole process the policy includes with the recommended role of the Ministry of Agriculture and its education and services department highlighted in the ministry’s 2021-2025 strategy, development of competency-based approach to teaching, learning, testing and certification for improved quality within the agricultural TVET system, in addition to the development of apprenticeship framework.
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    كيف يمكن أن تساعد السياسات والاستراتيجيات الزراعية في القضاء على عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة؟
    تقرير رقم 165 عن الأنشطة المنفذة
    2020
    تلخص هذه الوثيقة المناقشة الإلكترونية التي تحمل عنوان كيف يمكن أن تساعد السياسات والاستراتيجيات الزراعية في القضاء على عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة؟ التي أُجريت على منتدى منظمة الأغذية والزراعة العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية خلال الفترة ما بين 27 أبريل/ نيسان إلى 25 مايو/ آيار 2020. قامت جيسي ريفيرا فاجان من منظمة الأغذية والزراعة في روما بإيطاليا بتيسير هذه المناقشة. أُجريت المناقشة في إطار أنشطة منظمة الأغذية والزراعة التي سبقت السنة الدولية للقضاء على عمالة الأطفال في عام 2021 وجهودها الأوسع للمساهمة في التقدم نحو تحقيق الهدف 8-7 من أهداف التنمية المستدامة بحلول عام 2025. غالبًا ما يلزم إتباع نهج شامل متعدد القطاعات لمعالجة قضية عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة. لذلك، تمت دعوة المشاركين لتبادل المعلومات ودراسات الحالة حول السياسات والبرامج التي ثبتت فعاليتها في الحد من عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة فيما يتعلق بالجوانب التالية: (1) الجوع وسوء التغذية، و(2) تغير المناخ والتدهور البيئي، و(3) الزراعة الأسرية، و(4) الابتكار، و(5) الاستثمار العام والخاص، و(6) الاهتمام بسلاسل التوريد المحلية، و(7) السياسات والاستراتيجيات المشتركة بين القطاعات.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Booklet
    How can agricultural policies and strategies help to end child labour in agriculture?
    FSN Forum report of activity No. 165
    2020
    This document summarizes the online discussion How can agricultural policies and strategies help to end child labour in agriculture? held on the FAO Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) from 27 April to 25 May 2020. The discussion was facilitated by Jessie Rivera Fagan of FAO in Rome, Italy. The discussion was part of FAO’s activities leading up to the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour in 2021 and of its broader efforts to contribute to the progress in achieving Target 8.7 of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2025. A comprehensive multisectoral approach is often needed to address child labour in agriculture. Therefore, participants were invited to share information and case studies on policies and programmes which have been effective at reducing child labour in agriculture in relation to the following aspects: 1) hunger and malnutrition; 2) climate change and environmental degradation; 3) family farming; 4) innovation; 5) public and private investment; 6) attention to domestic supply chains; and 7) cross-sectoral policies and strategies.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (stand-alone)
    Skills Development for Inclusive Growth in the Lebanese Agriculture Sector - Policy Brief 2020
    Also available in:

    This policy brief presents a summary study of the situation of agriculture and food sector, specifically the agricultural labour market in Lebanon, and highlights the importance of addressing a pronounced skills mismatch in the agricultural labour market to spur agriculture sector development. It reflects the difficulties employers are facing in finding workers with the skills required to perform their jobs at a price that they are able to pay; noting that skill mismatches were reported in all sub-sectors, including several technical and life such as a number of crop and animal farming skills as well as some craft-related skills. In addition, the agricultural technical schools training does not meet market demand and these schools On-Job-Training (OJT) are insufficient to fill the needed gaps in labour market. One more major challenge increasing the skill mismatch is the lack of interest of youth in enrolling in agricultural technical schools. Thus this policy highlights the importance of work-based learning, innovative practices for small-scale farmers, introduction of new techniques and skills, and the necessity of upgrading the agricultural technical schools to meet market demands and to encourage the engagement of students in the agricultural sector. Of course, this is a whole process the policy includes with the recommended role of the Ministry of Agriculture and its education and services department highlighted in the ministry’s 2021-2025 strategy, development of competency-based approach to teaching, learning, testing and certification for improved quality within the agricultural TVET system, in addition to the development of apprenticeship framework.
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    Booklet
    كيف يمكن أن تساعد السياسات والاستراتيجيات الزراعية في القضاء على عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة؟
    تقرير رقم 165 عن الأنشطة المنفذة
    2020
    تلخص هذه الوثيقة المناقشة الإلكترونية التي تحمل عنوان كيف يمكن أن تساعد السياسات والاستراتيجيات الزراعية في القضاء على عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة؟ التي أُجريت على منتدى منظمة الأغذية والزراعة العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية خلال الفترة ما بين 27 أبريل/ نيسان إلى 25 مايو/ آيار 2020. قامت جيسي ريفيرا فاجان من منظمة الأغذية والزراعة في روما بإيطاليا بتيسير هذه المناقشة. أُجريت المناقشة في إطار أنشطة منظمة الأغذية والزراعة التي سبقت السنة الدولية للقضاء على عمالة الأطفال في عام 2021 وجهودها الأوسع للمساهمة في التقدم نحو تحقيق الهدف 8-7 من أهداف التنمية المستدامة بحلول عام 2025. غالبًا ما يلزم إتباع نهج شامل متعدد القطاعات لمعالجة قضية عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة. لذلك، تمت دعوة المشاركين لتبادل المعلومات ودراسات الحالة حول السياسات والبرامج التي ثبتت فعاليتها في الحد من عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة فيما يتعلق بالجوانب التالية: (1) الجوع وسوء التغذية، و(2) تغير المناخ والتدهور البيئي، و(3) الزراعة الأسرية، و(4) الابتكار، و(5) الاستثمار العام والخاص، و(6) الاهتمام بسلاسل التوريد المحلية، و(7) السياسات والاستراتيجيات المشتركة بين القطاعات.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Booklet
    How can agricultural policies and strategies help to end child labour in agriculture?
    FSN Forum report of activity No. 165
    2020
    This document summarizes the online discussion How can agricultural policies and strategies help to end child labour in agriculture? held on the FAO Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) from 27 April to 25 May 2020. The discussion was facilitated by Jessie Rivera Fagan of FAO in Rome, Italy. The discussion was part of FAO’s activities leading up to the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour in 2021 and of its broader efforts to contribute to the progress in achieving Target 8.7 of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2025. A comprehensive multisectoral approach is often needed to address child labour in agriculture. Therefore, participants were invited to share information and case studies on policies and programmes which have been effective at reducing child labour in agriculture in relation to the following aspects: 1) hunger and malnutrition; 2) climate change and environmental degradation; 3) family farming; 4) innovation; 5) public and private investment; 6) attention to domestic supply chains; and 7) cross-sectoral policies and strategies.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (stand-alone)
    Skills Development for Inclusive Growth in the Lebanese Agriculture Sector - Policy Brief 2020
    Also available in:

    This policy brief presents a summary study of the situation of agriculture and food sector, specifically the agricultural labour market in Lebanon, and highlights the importance of addressing a pronounced skills mismatch in the agricultural labour market to spur agriculture sector development. It reflects the difficulties employers are facing in finding workers with the skills required to perform their jobs at a price that they are able to pay; noting that skill mismatches were reported in all sub-sectors, including several technical and life such as a number of crop and animal farming skills as well as some craft-related skills. In addition, the agricultural technical schools training does not meet market demand and these schools On-Job-Training (OJT) are insufficient to fill the needed gaps in labour market. One more major challenge increasing the skill mismatch is the lack of interest of youth in enrolling in agricultural technical schools. Thus this policy highlights the importance of work-based learning, innovative practices for small-scale farmers, introduction of new techniques and skills, and the necessity of upgrading the agricultural technical schools to meet market demands and to encourage the engagement of students in the agricultural sector. Of course, this is a whole process the policy includes with the recommended role of the Ministry of Agriculture and its education and services department highlighted in the ministry’s 2021-2025 strategy, development of competency-based approach to teaching, learning, testing and certification for improved quality within the agricultural TVET system, in addition to the development of apprenticeship framework.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Booklet
    كيف يمكن أن تساعد السياسات والاستراتيجيات الزراعية في القضاء على عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة؟
    تقرير رقم 165 عن الأنشطة المنفذة
    2020
    تلخص هذه الوثيقة المناقشة الإلكترونية التي تحمل عنوان كيف يمكن أن تساعد السياسات والاستراتيجيات الزراعية في القضاء على عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة؟ التي أُجريت على منتدى منظمة الأغذية والزراعة العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية خلال الفترة ما بين 27 أبريل/ نيسان إلى 25 مايو/ آيار 2020. قامت جيسي ريفيرا فاجان من منظمة الأغذية والزراعة في روما بإيطاليا بتيسير هذه المناقشة. أُجريت المناقشة في إطار أنشطة منظمة الأغذية والزراعة التي سبقت السنة الدولية للقضاء على عمالة الأطفال في عام 2021 وجهودها الأوسع للمساهمة في التقدم نحو تحقيق الهدف 8-7 من أهداف التنمية المستدامة بحلول عام 2025. غالبًا ما يلزم إتباع نهج شامل متعدد القطاعات لمعالجة قضية عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة. لذلك، تمت دعوة المشاركين لتبادل المعلومات ودراسات الحالة حول السياسات والبرامج التي ثبتت فعاليتها في الحد من عمالة الأطفال في الزراعة فيما يتعلق بالجوانب التالية: (1) الجوع وسوء التغذية، و(2) تغير المناخ والتدهور البيئي، و(3) الزراعة الأسرية، و(4) الابتكار، و(5) الاستثمار العام والخاص، و(6) الاهتمام بسلاسل التوريد المحلية، و(7) السياسات والاستراتيجيات المشتركة بين القطاعات.

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