Category Archives: Virtual Dialogue

Oversight: When Market Access Initiatives Go Wrong

Not long ago poor farmers in rural Angola were bringing a fresh harvest of beans and maize to market for the first time. Months earlier an extension service brought in the seeds and tools they needed to increase yields beyond … Continue reading

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Can Ghana’s Agricultural Sector help in Slowing down Global Warming?

In light of the recent post on Agricultural Mitigation, the IFAD-IFPRI Partnership blog is hosting a virtual dialogue on the following two topic questions.   What are the key obstacles in Ghana for agricultural climate change mitigation? What should the … Continue reading

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Can Morocco’s Agricultural Sector help in Slowing down Global Warming?

In light of the recent post on Agricultural Mitigation, the IFAD-IFPRI Partnership blog is hosting a virtual dialogue on the following two topic questions.   What are the key obstacles in Morocco for agricultural climate change mitigation? What should the … Continue reading

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Can Mozambique’s Agricultural Sector help in Slowing down Global Warming?

In light of the recent post on Agricultural Mitigation, the IFAD-IFPRI Partnership blog is hosting a virtual dialogue on the following two topic questions.   What are the key obstacles in Mozambique for agricultural climate change mitigation? What should the … Continue reading

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Can Vietnam’s Agricultural Sector help in Slowing down Global Warming?

In light of the recent post on Agricultural Mitigation, the IFAD-IFPRI Partnership blog is hosting a virtual dialogue on the following two topic questions.   What are the key obstacles in Vietnam for agricultural climate change mitigation? What should the … Continue reading

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