Increase the incomes of small-scale food producers (HHC)

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Increase the incomes of small-scale food producers (HHC) by Mind Map: Increase the incomes of small-scale food producers (HHC)

1. How do we grant people in different socioeconomic status with equal opportunity and access to resources to improve lives?

2. The key to increase the incomes of small-scale food producers is to ensure that they afford the cost in production and have access and resources needed to compete with bigger producers. And the difference in economic scales are mostly caused by poverty and lack of education, which leads to lack of financial resources and access to markets. Being aware of this core reason, I came up with the following question.

3. Key word: Small-scale food producers

3.1. Resource (report): FAO Statistics Division

3.1.1. Definition: 1. Physical size: bottom 40% physical size 2. Economic size: bottom 40% revenues

3.2. Women

3.3. Indigenous peoples

3.4. Family farmers

3.4.1. Key word: small-scale farmers

3.4.2. Resource (news): Small-Scale Fisheries Covid-19: France's small-scale farmers see 'glimmer of hope' the lockdown is changing consumer behavior: from big supermarket (mass production provider) to smallholders

3.5. Pastoralists

3.6. Fishers

3.6.1. Resource (Youtube - FAO): FAO Policy Series: Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries FAO Policy Series: Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries FAO: Policy Support and Governance Gateway

3.7. Resource (journal): Wealth Management; New York (Jul 29, 2019)

3.7.1. Resource (novel): The Westing Game

4. Who: Small-scale food producers

4.1. Feature: labour-intensive

5. UN - World Food Programme

5.1. Resource (report): COVID-19: Potential impact on the world’s poorest people

6. Supply Chain

6.1. Key word: Food supply chain management

6.1.1. Resource (Youtube - FAO webinar): Novel coronavirus COVID-19 | Food supply chains under strain, what to do? Food supply chain elements 1. Storage 2. Logistics 3. Processing 4. Farming & Agriculture 5. Retail food & service Solutions 1. Provide productivity-enhancing safety net 2. Reduce post-harvest crop losses and improve food stocks along the value chain 3. Remove artificial constrains to domestic trade throughout the food chain in order to link smallholder farmers to markets 4. Address basic needs of energy for smallholder and rural households

6.2. Transportation and delivery

7. UN - Food and Agriculture Organization

7.1. FAO - News Article: A battle plan for ensuring global food supplies during the COVID-19 crisis

8. International Trade

8.1. Key word: Fair trade

8.1.1. Resource (FairTrade International): Fairtrade Standard for Small-scale Producer Organizations Standard: Small-scale Producer Organizations

9. How: Secure and equal access to

9.1. Land

9.2. Other productive resources and inputs,

9.3. Knowledge

9.4. Financial services

9.5. Markets

9.6. Opportunities for value addition

9.7. Non-farm employment

10. Why: Achieve Zero Hunger

10.1. Key word: Zero hunger

10.2. Resource (report): UN - 17 SDG

10.2.1. GLOBAL HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE PLAN COVID-19 Related Issue: Food Insecurity shortages of labour transport interruptions quarantine measures limiting farmers’ access to input and output markets supply chain disruptions fuel availability

11. Key word: Food Insecurity

11.1. Resource (journal): 45 million SADC citizens food insecure (2020)

12. Resource (Youtube - FAO): SDG 2 – Indicators of productivity and income of small-scale food producers

13. Resource (Youtube - USDA): Food Safety Documentation for Small-Scale Food Producers

13.1. Regulation and compliance: 1. License need toward specific farming 2. Cost of records and documentation required 3. Regulations on preventive controls for human food - GMP