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  • Módulo: Fase de diagnóstico Esta guía es la primera de una serie que profundizará en los diferentes módulos que componen una Escuela de Campo sobre Plantas Alimenticias Locales para la Nutrición. Este documento está destinado a ayudar a los facilitadores a completar los ejercicios de diagnóstico que forman parte de una Escuela de Campo para […]

  • Module: Diagnostic phase This guide is a first of a series that will zoom in on the different modules that make up a Farmer Field School on Local Food Plants for Nutrition. This specific document is meant to help facilitators complete the diagnostic exercises which are part of a Farmer Field School (FFS). It summarizes […]

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  • Local food plants can support a community in difficult times, especially when dealing with erratic climate patterns or in the face of a pandemic. Through Farmer Field Schools (FFS), SD=HS promotes local food plant management to guarantee smallholder farmers’ food and nutrition security. One of SD=HS’ focus is on local food plant for nutrition. Local […]

  • Malnutrition is the leading cause of death and ill health worldwide, and in particular in developing countries. Over three billion men, women and children cannot afford a healthy diet. The COVID-19 crisis has made food and nutrition insecurity even worse, particularly for family farmers, who produce most of the world’s food. Malnutrition remains one of […]

  • As part of Oxfam Novib’s SeedsGROW international program, Sowing Diversity = Harvesting Security, or SD=HS, is a joint effort of the world’s leading civil society organizations with a firm track record in the field of plant genetic resources to empower smallholder farmers. Our mission is to support indigenous peoples and smallholder farmers – men, women […]

  • Newsletter #3 Campaign URL Copy Twitter 0 tweets Subscribe Past Issues RSS Translate English العربية Afrikaans беларуская мова български català 中文(简体) 中文(繁體) Hrvatski Česky Dansk eesti keel Nederlands Suomi Français Deutsch Ελληνική हिन्दी Magyar Gaeilge Indonesia íslenska Italiano 日本語 ភាសាខ្មែរ 한국어 македонски јазик بهاس ملايو Malti Norsk Polski Português Português – Portugal Română Русский Español Kiswahili Svenska עברית Lietuvių […]

  • Starter Kit: A short introduction to Farmer Field Schools in the SD=HS programme Prepared by Bert Visser, in collaboration with Anita Dohar, Hilton Mbozi and Frederik van Oudenhoven, this is a quick introduction to the three Field Guides developed by the SD=HS programme, i.e. the Field Guides on Participatory Plant Breeding, on Nutrition and Local […]

  • Guatemala como país megadiverso, cuenta como parte de su agrobiodiversidad con especies útiles para la alimentación que, por su bajo costo, sabor característico y alto contenido nutricional son una alternativa para contribuir a la seguridad alimentaria de las comunidades indígenas de la Sierra de de los Cuchumatanes, Huehuetenango. El consumo de tallos, hojas, raíces y […]

  • The spread of Covid-19, and the measures taken by authorities to contain it, meant an abrupt end to our ways of working. We shifted to internet and mobile phone connectedness, strengthened responsibilities of our partner organisations, and increased South-South communications directly between our partners, including cross-country exchange of experiences. In this Briefing Note we provide […]

  • The growing recognition of food justice as an element of food studies inquiry has opened a productive vein that allows for analyzing the effects of oppression on traditional foods of Indigenous peoples. Writing together with Lisa Price and Nemer Narchi in the open-access “Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems”, SD=HS’s Gisella Cruz García provides a preliminary […]

  • Publicado en setiembre 20204 horas y 43 minutos de video presentaciones La malnutrición es un problema muy grave enfrentado por los pequeños agricultores y los pueblos indígenas. La agrobiodiversidad es la clave para diversificar y mejorar la calidad nutricional de sus dietas. Este curso ha sido diseñado para ayudar a futuros capacitadores a organizar y […]

  • Released in September 2020 4 hours and 16 minutes of video presentations Malnutrition is a major problem faced by smallholder farmers and Indigenous peoples. Agrobiodiversity holds the key to diversify and improve the nutritional quality of their diets. This course has been organized in order to help potential master trainers in preparing and conducting the […]

  • The Cuchumatanes Range is located in the department of Huehuetenango in northern Guatemala, and is home to the Mam, Chuj, Q’anjob’al, Akateko, Awakateko, Chalchiteko, Popti, and K’iche’ linguistic communities. Up to 65% of the residents in the area live in poverty or extreme poverty; illiteracy rates hover around 60%, and 77% of children under the […]

  • El objetivo de este documento preliminar es servir de guía para la implementación de la línea de base en nutrición y plantas alimenticias locales, lo que corresponde al trabajo en nutrición del Programa “Sembrando Diversidad = Cosechando Seguridad” (en adelante, SD=HS, por sus siglas en inglés). Hacia la finalización del programa se llevará a cabo […]

  • This document aims at providing a guideline for the implementation of a baseline survey to capture information on nutrition and local food plants, which corresponds to the work on nutrition (third Pillar) of the “Sowing Diversity=Harvesting Security” Program (SD=HS). SD=HS is a global program, currently implemented by consortium partners in eight countries and coordinated by […]

  • This document aims at providing a guideline for the development of farmer field school (FFS) curricula on Nutrition and Local Food Plants with a gender approach, which is part of the SD=HS program. The FFS on Nutrition and Local Food Plants aims at contributing to the SD=HS objective on improving the quality and diversity of […]

  • La presente guía de campo está elaborada sobre la base del documento desarrollado originalmente por el programa Sembrando Diversidad = Cosechando Seguridad y sus asociados del consorcio en la Fase I (2014-2018). Se complementó con las experiencias de la Escuela de Campo para Agricultores en Zimbabue, Perú, Myanmar y Vietnam. El objetivo de este documento […]

  • NB: A summary of this case study report was included in the UN report on ‘The State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture’. Read more Indigenous peoples and smallholder farmers, a large percentage of whom are women, provide about eighty percent of the food consumed in almost all of the developing world, contributing […]

  • This study highlights that neglected and underutilized species (NUS) play an important role in diversifying the diets of indigenous peoples and smallholder farmers, in particular as part of their coping strategies during the hunger season. However, many of the wild plants and minor crops cited by participants in the study have not yet been covered […]

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