Questions de développement ...
41.7K views | +36 today
Follow
Questions de développement ...
Le développement rural en question, là-bas et ici; une veille de SOS Faim
Curated by JJ Grodent
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by JJ Grodent
Scoop.it!

Reducing Hunger: More Than Just Access to Food

Reducing Hunger: More Than Just Access to Food | Questions de développement ... | Scoop.it

“We want healthy food, we want to produce according to our traditions,” farmers and activists demanded during an international forum of experts on agriculture and the environment in this southern Italian city.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by JJ Grodent
Scoop.it!

Warrior queens battle for Africa’s food future

Warrior queens battle for Africa’s food future | Questions de développement ... | Scoop.it
The scale of foreign agribusiness on African soil could soon change how what we eat is grown, but also what we eat. The livelihoods of small-scale farmers hang in the balance. But a counter movement is forming. Meet three warrior queens battling for Africa’s food future.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by JJ Grodent
Scoop.it!

Map: World food statistics

Compare countries by more than a dozen indicators, from population growth and malnutrition to available land and water.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by JJ Grodent
Scoop.it!

‘The Last Hunger Season’

Africa is at last holding out the promise that it can remedy its food problems, writes Alec Russell

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by JJ Grodent
Scoop.it!

Small scale farmers are feeding our future!

Small scale farmers are feeding our future! | Questions de développement ... | Scoop.it
The Land Workers Alliance gathered yesterday at DEFRA's London HQ to protest at the corrupt relationship between Government and corporate agriculture - and the deliberate marginalisation of small farmers, our most sustainable producers. Ed Hamer explains ...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by JJ Grodent
Scoop.it!

Burundi's coffee culture 'the difference between food and hunger'

Burundi's coffee culture 'the difference between food and hunger' | Questions de développement ... | Scoop.it
More than half of Burundi's population makes a living from coffee beans, but they see little of the profit from the coffee industry.
more...
No comment yet.