Lessons from disaster relief situations demonstrate that national governments, aid agencies, and international/non-governmental organizations (I/NGOs) are effective at distributing short-term products to cities.
Journal articlesFood security SMALLHOLDERS INDIGENOUS VEGETABLES EMERGENCY RELIEF GLOBAL SOUTH HUMAN SECURITY DISTRIBUTION NETWORK DISASTER PREPAREDNESSPublished dateMonday, January 2, 2017 - 05:00
As part of the larger project: “Scaling Up Small Millet Post-Harvest and Nutritious Food Products” the policy workshop acted “To discuss and develop concrete policy support needed for mainstreaming small millets at State and Central Government levPublished dateWednesday, May 2, 2018 - 04:00
Organizational strengthening and governance activities in the fisheries and fish farming sectors have brought together all the stakeholders involved in fish value chains and contributed to the approval of tools that will impact the development ofPublished date2015
The Government of Sri Lanka is increasingly emphasizing aquaculture development as a means to foster rural development, alleviate poverty, and increase food security.