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    SMALL-SCALE SEED ENTERPRISE
    Start-up and Management
    2007
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    The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) gives a particular attention to seed industry development in developing countries as part of its mission of freeing the world from hunger. Since 1982, FAO has had a continuous history of involvement in the seed sector of Afghanistan, which has resulted in the implementation of several seed projects in close partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture and funding from countries including The European Union, Germany , Japan, The Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland. This handbook is developed as a guide for the much needed training required by the new small-scale seed enterprises. It focuses on developing entrepreneurial skills and attitudes among farmer groups in Afghanistan who are or will be interested in establishing private seed businesses.
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    Boosting the capacities of small-scale producers and small and medium-sized enterprises for the nutrition of the most vulnerable 2023
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    FAO’s vision for nutrition is a world where all people are eating healthy diets from efficient, inclusive, resilient and sustainable agrifood systems. Multiple actors need to be mobilized to enable this transformation, and small-scale producers and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are particularly important, as they form the backbone of food systems in most countries. However, they face critical finance, policy and capacity development challenges in making their businesses more nutrition-sensitive. FAO is working towards leveraging the potential of local small-scale producers and SMEs as a key to reducing hunger and malnutrition, and improving livelihoods among the poorest and most vulnerable. The project, “Protecting the diets of the most vulnerable people as part of COVID-19 response and recovery programme”. The project aims to strengthen the matching between the supply and demand of safe, nutritious and locally produced food by enhancing the capacities of small-scale producers and SMEs. The project also aims to increase access to food for consumers whose nutritional requirements put them at high risk of malnutrition – such as women of reproductive age, and children.
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    Study on safety at sea for small-scale fisheries. 1. South West Indian Ocean 2007
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    cThis document details the findings of the study on safety at sea undertaken in May 2006 in four countries in the South West Indian Ocean Region. The countries studied were Seychelles, Madagascar, Comoros and Kenya. In order for a better comparison and a homogenous approach, the study analysed the same themes in each country. The themes studied in detail were the relation of fisheries management to sea safety, safety programmes, data recording, legislation, boat building and vessel des ign, and other safety issues, which gave the author the possibility of including country specific aspects. The results of the country case studies are presented and analysed and conclusions and recommendations were prepared and presented in this document.
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    SMALL-SCALE SEED ENTERPRISE
    Start-up and Management
    2007
    Also available in:

    The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) gives a particular attention to seed industry development in developing countries as part of its mission of freeing the world from hunger. Since 1982, FAO has had a continuous history of involvement in the seed sector of Afghanistan, which has resulted in the implementation of several seed projects in close partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture and funding from countries including The European Union, Germany , Japan, The Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland. This handbook is developed as a guide for the much needed training required by the new small-scale seed enterprises. It focuses on developing entrepreneurial skills and attitudes among farmer groups in Afghanistan who are or will be interested in establishing private seed businesses.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Boosting the capacities of small-scale producers and small and medium-sized enterprises for the nutrition of the most vulnerable 2023
    Also available in:
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    FAO’s vision for nutrition is a world where all people are eating healthy diets from efficient, inclusive, resilient and sustainable agrifood systems. Multiple actors need to be mobilized to enable this transformation, and small-scale producers and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are particularly important, as they form the backbone of food systems in most countries. However, they face critical finance, policy and capacity development challenges in making their businesses more nutrition-sensitive. FAO is working towards leveraging the potential of local small-scale producers and SMEs as a key to reducing hunger and malnutrition, and improving livelihoods among the poorest and most vulnerable. The project, “Protecting the diets of the most vulnerable people as part of COVID-19 response and recovery programme”. The project aims to strengthen the matching between the supply and demand of safe, nutritious and locally produced food by enhancing the capacities of small-scale producers and SMEs. The project also aims to increase access to food for consumers whose nutritional requirements put them at high risk of malnutrition – such as women of reproductive age, and children.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (series)
    Study on safety at sea for small-scale fisheries. 1. South West Indian Ocean 2007
    Also available in:

    cThis document details the findings of the study on safety at sea undertaken in May 2006 in four countries in the South West Indian Ocean Region. The countries studied were Seychelles, Madagascar, Comoros and Kenya. In order for a better comparison and a homogenous approach, the study analysed the same themes in each country. The themes studied in detail were the relation of fisheries management to sea safety, safety programmes, data recording, legislation, boat building and vessel des ign, and other safety issues, which gave the author the possibility of including country specific aspects. The results of the country case studies are presented and analysed and conclusions and recommendations were prepared and presented in this document.

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