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    Co-operation on organic farming - Agriculture and rural develop...

    22 Apr 2015 -
    Agriculture and rural development Language en . African Union - organic farming Developing countries Co-operation on organic farming Organic farming offers African farmers a system of agriculture that minimises input cost and is well suited to smallholders in developing countries. This page gives links to further information on EU-AU cooperation in this area. The brochure (2012) aims to assist project
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    Events - Agriculture and rural development

    22 Apr 2015 -
    to disseminate knowledge and enhance skills and the capacity of African producers, to identify and adding value to potential African GI products as well as create market opportunities for non-identified products. 11-12/07/2011 :  Workshop , Brussels, aimed at promoting the exchange of knowledge and best practice on organic farming among international experts, with a focus on Africa.       Help us
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    isofar

    20 Jun 2013 -
    to-College Meeting, Joint Declaration, Brussels, Belgium 1.6.2011: ‘We recognise the importance of organic farming and we will build on the process to establish an African organic farming platform. In this context, we welcome the Organic Farming workshop in July 2011 as a good opportunity to exchange best practices and guidance in support of the development of sustainable organic farming systems in
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    The 2nd African Organic Conference

    21 May 2012 -
    and provide guidance for an AU-led coalition of international partners on the establishment of an African organic farming platform based on available best practices; and to provide guidance in support of the development of sustainable organic farming systems. We call upon the AU to mainstream organic agriculture into all areas of its work, including the Comprehensive African Agriculture Development
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    coherence-brochure-2015_en

    22 Dec 2014 -
    We have seen the beginning of the implementation of the CAP reform and successfully concluded economic partnership agreements (EPAs) with many ACP countries. Agriculture is central to the EPAs: 60 % of the population of sub-Saharan Africa rely on farming for their livelihoods and it is the key sector for economic growth in the least developed regions. The EPAs have been crafed to boost regional trade,