Delhi Declaration on Agrobiodiversity Management

The 1st International Agrobiodiversity Congress held in New Delhi, India, from 6-9 November 2016 was attended by over 900 participants from 60 countries. Congress delegates discussed various aspects of conservation, management, access and use of agrobiodiversity in 16 technical sessions, four satellite sessions, a genebank roundtable, a public forum, a farmer’s forum and poster sessions.

APAARI Vision 2030

The development of the APAARI Vision 2030 followed a structured process or review, e-consultations and brainstorming, and received invaluable contributions from the APAARI Executive Committee, members, partners and other stakeholders. The document considers APAARI’s core values and articulates the need for new ambitions and new competencies within the Association. It specifies vision, mission and goal [...]

Apaari Flyer 2016

Development of Communication Strategies for Adoption of Agri-Biotechnology in the Asia-Pacific

The challenges of providing food security for the developing world have perhaps never been so extreme, with the introduction of new technologies being matched by land degradation, water concerns and the often uncertain impacts of a changing climate. In short, we will need to produce more food on less land. Adding to the problem is [...]

How by-laws and collective action influence farmers’ adoption of agroforestry and natural resource management technologies: lessons from Zambia

Customary practices such as bush fires and the browsing by livestock, and the absence of land property rights are important institutional constraints to effective up-scaling of natural resource management (NRM) including agroforestry technologies in southern Africa. Through collective action by communities in eastern Zambia, and supported by-laws enacted by traditional leaders to formalize them, the [...]

Child Labour in Agriculture

Nearly 60% of all child labourers work in agriculture nearly 100 million boys & girls! In this infographic two very different stories are told.  Read more


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