The ComDev Asia (CDA) has successfully conducted the wrap up session of the Communication for Development (ComDev) Training, Dec.17. With the theme, “Enhancing Family Farmers’ Communication Capacities in the Asia Pacific-Region, the webinar focused on sharing of experiences on developing the ComDev strategy and the coaching process to facilitate the formulation of the strategy. Five participating organizations developed the comdev strategy in support of their selected development of comdev project.
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ComDev Asia (CDA) has successfully conducted the first module of the Communication for Development Virtual Training: Enhancing Family Farmer’s Communication Capacities in the Asia-Pacific region last Nov. 20. The event was participated by various farmers’ organizations, community radios, development institutions, and advocacy groups in the region. This initiative aims to enhance the capacities of family farmers and their organizations in the region in the field of Communication for development (ComDev).
ComDev Asia (CDA) has successfully presented the communication and multimedia information packages for resilient family farming during a live webinar last Oct. 8. The webinar was attended by CDA steering committee members, FAO communication officers, farmers’ organizations, and community radio stations in the Asia Pacific region. The presentation of the communication packages is part of the UN Decade of Family Farming (UNDFF) campaign for Asia that highlights the role of
The Asian Farmers’ Association for Sustainable Rural Development (AFA) invites everyone to join the webinar entitled, “Sustaining Family Farming in Asia through Inclusive, Farmer-driven Approaches” on October 6-7, 2020 via Zoom. AFA, together with the International Land Coalition (ILC), and the People’s Campaign for Agrarian Reform Network (AR Now!) are convening this regional event. This event is supported by SEI Asia’s Strategic Collaborative Fund, which aims to foster regional cooperation
This article is originally published by FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. Innovation, solidarity, coherence and strong partnership among and within countries of Asia and the Pacific are required for the region to rebound from the damage caused by COVID-19 and the ongoing effects of chronic undernourishment. That was a call made by more than 40 member countries of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
The Asian Farmers’ Association for Sustainable Rural Development (AFA) participates in the FAO 35th Asia Pacific Regional Conference (APRC) happening virtually on 1-4 September 2020. AFA, along with 26 other regional and national CSOs in the Asia-Pacific, represents the civil society organizations in this conference. On the first day of the event, AFA Secretary-General Esther Penunia delivered the CSO statement, highlighting CSOs key messages on food systems, water for agriculture,
This article is originally published by FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. Asia-Pacific’s smallholder family farmers produce most of the world’s food, yet they are facing a disproportionate impact on their livelihoods and food security due to the present coronavirus pandemic, a collaboration of FAO and advocacy groups warned today. The COVID-19 impact on the region’s rural communities, and particularly those in developing countries, has resulted in economic
A 2015 case study by Leon, Hardcastle, James, Albert, Kreseka and Woodroffe reported on the use of participatory three-dimensional modelling (P3DM) in Boeboe village, Solomon Islands. The study documented the incorporation of local and traditional knowledge with scientific data of coastal hazards to inform decision-making and management. BoeBoe village, like other coastal communities in the Coral Triangle, is threatened by climate change, particularly by sea-level rise which could affect livelihoods,
ComDev Asia (CDA) will launch a communication campaign to advance resilient family farming in the Asia-Pacific Region around six interrelated themes as part of its participatory communication plan. These themes will serve as framework to the development of messages and topics for the campaign. The campaign aims to raise awareness about the role of family farming, especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and in building a sustainable and
Digital Green assures farmers of their continuous support in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this global crisis, smallholding farming communities are struggling in terms of their health and agricultural productivity. This is while attending their vital role as front liners and key actors during and post COVID-19. In their capabilities statement, Digital Green presented various approaches and undertakings to aid farmers to survive, thrive, and build resilience. Efforts