3 edition of Seed policy and programmes in the Near East and North Africa found in the catalog.
Seed policy and programmes in the Near East and North Africa
Regional Technical Meeting on Seed Policy and Programmes in the Near East and North Africa (1999 Larnaka, Cyprus)
by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome
Written in English
|Statement||Seed and Plant Genetic Resources Service, Plant Production and Protection Division.|
|Series||FAO plant production and protection paper,, 159, FAO plant production and protection papers ;, 159.|
|Contributions||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Seed and Plant Genetic Resources Service.|
|LC Classifications||HD9019.S432 M628 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||2001363602|
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Rome: FAO. Google ScholarCited by: Southern Africa Regional Seed Sector Assessment. January EAC East Africa Community EGS Early Generation Seed EU European Union FANRPAN Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network Southern Africa Regional Seed Sector (SARSS) Assessment.
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pleted study of seed policies and performance in four countries: Kenya, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe (Tripp, ). The paper argues that the failure of formal seed provision in Africa can be largely attributed to the narrow focus of seed policy regimes.
National seed policies emphas. The farmer field school (FFS) approach was developed by FAO and partners nearly 25 years ago in Southeast Asia as an alternative to the prevailing top-down extension method of the Green Revolution, which failed to work in situations where more complex and counter-intuitive problems existed, such as pesticide-induced pest outbreaks.
In a typical FFS a group of farmers. tation of national and regional policies and programmes to achieve greater impact. Seed systems in East and Central Africa The seed systems are generally categorised as formal, semi-formal and informal and they co-exist in East and Central Africa.
In some countries e.g. Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya and. This study provides an overview of the structure of the seed system in South Africa, the types of seed in use and their pros and cons, the legislative and policy environment, and the role of the public sector in seed production and distribution in South Africa.
It aims to identify the trends in theFile Size: KB. Seed systems in Kenya, Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe were studied jointly by ODI, ICRISAT, and national researchers.
The study examined various aspects - the nature of seed demand, particularly for new varieties; local-level seed provision and farmer-to-farmer diffusion; the commercial seed sector; community level projects; emergency seed distribution programs; Cited by: Towards national and regional seed policies in Africa that recognise and support farmer seed systems 3 Introduction This is a synthesis of reflections on seed systems policy, arising from ACB’s research and advocacy work, especially in Southern and East Africa, in recent years.
Our starting point is that seed policies. Located in Industrial area Dakar Road Nairobi,Easeed Head Nairobi. 17 °C.