| Gret | 2015/12 | Guide pratique | 27
This guide was created following a request by African farmers who wanted to engage in agricultural practices that are more respectful of their environment and more sustainable. It was designed as a support tool for all farmers and ...
Towards an agroecological transition in Southeast Asia: cultivating diversity and developing synergies
| Gret | 2015/09
Starting from the early 1990s, a multitude of national and regional initiatives have emerged in the Great Mekong Sub-Region for supporting ecological intensification of agriculture or agroecology. The French Agency for Development (AFD) has been a very active ...
How to promote intra-african agricultural trade ? Analysis of possibilities and impediments regarding the development of intra-african agricultural trade
| Gret | 2013 | Études et travaux en ligne | 35
This document sums up two regional studies carried out on the impediments to regional agricultural trade in West Africa (with a focus on trade in livestock and palm oil) and in East Africa (with a focus on rice ...
Frédéric Naulet | Gret | 2012/05 | Politiques et Pratiques de développement | 6
Small water network entrepreneurs have earned the recognition of public authorities and donors over the past fifteen years. In a large number of developing countries, they are now seen as legitimate actors in the field of water ...
Infant and Young Child Feeding in Vietnam : 10 Years of Experience and Lessons from the Fasevie Project
| Gret | 2007/05 | Etudes et travaux | ETUD 31
Lebret, Marie-Christine ; Alpha, Arlène | Gret | 2007 | Guide pratique | 21
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) defines rules on the international trade in goods and services, and these rules have consequences for national policies. An arena for decision that claims to be democratic, the WTO is an arena where ...
Infant and young child feeding in Vietnam – 10 years of experience and lessons from the fasevie project
Bruyeron, Olivier; Nguyen, Cong Khan; Berger, Jacques; Salvignol, Bertrand; Monvois, Chantal; Trèche, Serge | Gret | 2006 | Etudes et travaux | 29
In numerous developing countries, a large proportion of preschool children suffer from chronic malnutrition that leads to higher mortality, stunting and, later, learning difficulties and a lower capacity to participate in the development of their countries. Unsuitable food ...