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1. Resilient Agricultural Practices (RAP) –is a crucial component to food security and sustainable food systems in developing countries.

2. Resource 1: PRINCIPLES

2.1. KEY WORD: Seven principles that contribute to theresilience of the Social-Ecological System(SES)

2.1.1. WHERE: GOOGLE

2.2. REFERENCE: Sawicka, Barbara. "Resilient Agricultural Practices." (2019). URL: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/332554083_Resilient_Agricultural_Practices

2.2.1. Food sovereignty

2.2.1.1. Ecological Farming supports a world where producers and consumers, not corporations, control the food chain. Food sovereignty is about the way food is produced, and by whom.

2.2.2. Benefitting farmers and rural communities

2.2.2.1. Ecological Farming contributes to rural development and fighting poverty and hunger, by enabling livelihoods in rural communities that are safe, healthy, and economically viable.

2.2.3. Smarter food production and yields

2.2.3.1. To increase food availability globally, and to improve livelihoods in poorer regions, we must reduce the unsustainable use of what we grow at the moment and we must reduce food waste, decrease meat consumption, and minimise the use of land for bioenergy. We must also achieve higher yields where they are needed –through ecological means.

2.2.4. Biodiversity

2.2.4.1. Ecological Farming is about nature’s diversity – from the seed to the plate, and across the entire agricultural landscape. It is about celebrating the flavour, nutrition, and culture of the food we eat, improving diets and health.

2.2.5. Sustainable soil health and cleaner water

2.2.5.1. It is possible to increase soil fertility without the use of chemicals. Ecological Farming also protects soils from erosion, pollution, and acidification. By increasing soil organic matter where necessary, we can enhance water retention, and prevent land degradation.

2.2.6. Ecological pest management

2.2.6.1. Ecological Farming enables farmers to control pests and weeds – without the use of expensive chemical pesticides that can harm our soil, water and ecosystems, and the health of farmers and consumers.

2.2.7. Resilient food systems

2.2.7.1. Ecological Farming creates resilience: it strengthens our agriculture, and effectively adapts our food system to changing climatic conditions and economic realities.

3. Resource 5: APPROACHES

3.1. KEY WORD: Farmer field schools

3.1.1. WHERE:Website of Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations(FAO)

3.2. REFERENCE: Building resilient agricultural systems through farmer field schools Integrated Production and Pest Management Programme (IPPM) URL:http://www.fao.org/3/a-i4411e.pdf

3.2.1. Integrated Production and Pest Management Programme

3.2.2. Farmer field school approach

3.2.3. Training of facilitators

3.2.4. Regional and national projects

3.2.4.1. Sustaining the cotton sector

3.2.4.2. Climate change adaptation

3.2.4.3. Pesticide awareness and monitoring

3.2.4.4. Developing value chains

3.2.4.5. South-South cooperation

3.2.4.6. Supporting governments and stakeholders

3.2.5. Pesticide risk reduction

3.2.6. Climate change adaptation

3.2.7. Product quality and marketing

3.2.8. Save and Grow

3.2.9. Building partnerships

3.2.9.1. National government partners

3.2.9.2. NGO partners

3.2.9.3. Farmer organization partners

3.2.9.4. Local partners

3.2.9.5. Development project partners

3.2.10. Gender empowerment

3.2.11. Community empowerment through listeners’ clubs

4. Resource 2: WHY

4.1. KEY WORD: Why should we promote the implementation of RAP

4.1.1. WHERE: LearningHub

4.2. REFERENCE: Applying resilience in practice for more sustainable agriculture. URL: https://www.naturskyddsforeningen.se/sites/default/files/dokument-media/applying_resilience_in_practice_for_more_sustainable_agriculture.pdf

5. PROBLEMATIQUE: How can enterprises take social responsibility to help implement of resilient agricultrural practices?

5.1. There are a lot of international organizations that are working to promote resilient agriculture. In this process, NGOs have put forward many principles and theories, but how to implement them in practice requires the participation of enterprises to form a sustainable development cycle.

6. Resource 3: EXAMPLE

6.1. KEY WORD: diversified, grass-based, beyond organic, direct marketing farm

6.1.1. WHERE: Regenerative Agriculture Podcast

6.2. REFERENCE: Resilient Agriculture Models for The Future with Joel Salatin. URL: Regenerative Agriculture Podcast: Resilient Agriculture Models for The Future with Joel Salatin

6.2.1. how farmers can learn the skills of marketing, communications, and public speaking, and broaches the uncomfortable topic of planning for farm inheritance and succession

7. Resouce 4: GOOD AGRICULTURE PRACTICE (GAP)

7.1. KEY WORD: Agricultural Research in Achieving the Goals of 2030 Agenda

7.1.1. WHERE: Springer Link

7.2. REFERENCE: Agricultural Research: Applications and Future Orientations. URL: https://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-319-69626-3_5-1

7.2.1. The 2030 Agenda aims to tackle the complex challenges facing the planet today – ending poverty, hunger, and malnutrition and responding to climate change while achieving inclusive growth, building resilient communities, and sustainably managing our natural resources.

8. Resource 6: COMPARISON OF APPROACHES

8.1. KEY WORD: implementation of approaches

8.1.1. WHERE: Website Action on climate today

8.2. REFERENCE: Climate-Resilient Agriculture in South Asia: An analytical framework and insights from practice. URL: https://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/resources/OPM_Agriculture_Pr2Final_WEB.pdf

8.2.1. CRA

8.2.1.1. Food security and increased resilience along agriculture value chain

8.2.2. CSA

8.2.2.1. Food security, increased resilience and mitigation of GHG emissions

8.2.3. Sustainable agriculture

8.2.3.1. Maintaining natural resources for future generations

8.2.4. Sustainable livelihoods

8.2.4.1. Holistic understanding of household strategies

8.2.5. Sustainable intensification

8.2.5.1. Increased efficiency of resource use for improved production

9. Resource 7: ENTRY POINT

9.1. KEY WORD: practical entry points

9.1.1. WHERE: GOOGLE

9.2. REFERENCE: Agricultural Research: Applications and Future Orientations. URL:https://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/resources/OPM_Agriculture_Pr2Final_WEB.pdf

9.2.1. Policy and institutions

9.2.2. Financial

9.2.3. Information, knowledge management and social behaviour

9.2.4. Technology and asset management

10. Resource 8: ANALYSIS TOOLS

10.1. KEY WORD:TOOLS

10.1.1. WHERE: Learning Hub

10.2. Reference: Climate Resilient Agriculture Module. URL: https://cgspace.cgiar.org/bitstream/handle/10568/45955/Part4_Climate%20resilient%20agriculture%20module.pdf

10.2.1. Village resources and use map

10.2.2. Wealth and vulnerability targeting

10.2.3. Livelihood systems matrix

10.2.4. Seasonal calendar

10.2.5. Daily activity clock

10.2.6. Changing farming practices

10.2.7. Venn diagrams

10.2.8. Key informants interviews

11. Resource 9:PROCESS MANAGEMENT

11.1. KEY WORD: Management

11.1.1. WHERE: GOOGLE

11.2. REFERENCE: PROMOTING CLIMATE RESILIENT AGRICULTURE FOR SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS. URL: https://www.cordaid.org/en/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2016/11/2016-11-Cordaid-4P-lowres-Climate-Resilient-Agriculture.pdf

11.2.1. Analysis

11.2.2. Common planning

11.2.3. Organising

11.2.4. Realisation

11.2.5. Evaluation and learning

12. Resource 10: TECHNOLOGY

12.1. KEY WORD: TECHNOLOGY

12.1.1. WHERE: Website of UNDP

12.2. REFERENCE: Climate Resilient Technologies URL: Climate Resilient Technologies | UNDP Climate Change Adaptation

12.2.1. resilient agro-pastoral practices

12.2.2. water management

12.2.3. rehabilitation of ecosystems