F@rmLetter Issue n.1, March 2020

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EDITORIAL

WFO President’s opinion on a topical issue.

Welcome to the F@rmLetter 4.0!

by Theo de Jager, President, World Farmers Organisation

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WFO TALKS TO…

Q&A session with world renowned personalities

WFO Talks to Ms Elizabeth Nsimadala

Q&A Session with Ms Elizabeth Nsimadala, President of Pan African Farmers’ Organisation and Eastern Africa Farmers Federation.

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IN DEPTH

Educational and non-scientific thematic in-depth analysis by key WFO partners.

Farmers are an integral part of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in the veterinary domain

by Isabelle Dieuzy-Labaye, Senior Advisor, Partnerships, World Organisation for Animal Health

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Human physiology is based on balance. Human Nutrition also.

by Giovanni Vanni Frajese, Scientific Advisor, World Farmers’ Organisation

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INNOVATIVE IDEAS

Technology and innovative business models, social services, agricultural practices.

e-GRANARY – Digitally aggregating Farmers for Market in East Africa

by Eastern African Farmers Federation, EAFF

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Fo-mapp initiative: an interactive platform for sharing information about Farmer Organisations in the world

by Katungisa Kenneth, Chief Executive Officer, Uganda National Farmers Federation

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STORIES FROM THE FIELD

A series of farming success stories selected from different countries all around the globe.

Sustainability practices on farm

By Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA)

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Organic agriculture and climate change adaptation: a case study of a small farmer

By Nepal Agriculture Cooperative Central Federation Limited – NACCFL

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Carbon-Agri

By French livestock institute (IDELE), interprofession of meat and milk (Interbev and CNIEL) and farmers associations (CNE)

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Production finance in disaster areas

By Southern African Agri Initiative (SAAI)

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DIALOGUES

The point of view of the other relevant actors of the food chain.
The views and opinions expressed by the authors do not necessarily reflect the position of the World Farmers’ Organisation.

CSA 101: your online guide to climate-smart agriculture

By Marissa Van Epp, Global Communications and Knowledge Manager, CCAFS

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CSAYN declares Farmers Driven Climate Change Agenda as top priority program for 2020

by Nkenglefac Tacha Foretia Divine, Communications Lead, CSAYN 

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