Promoting agricultural innovation to improve rural livelihoods

Innovation in tropical rural areas is key to driving sustainable growth and poverty reduction through climate smart and socially inclusive agricultural systems.

It also important in fulfilling the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals; especially 1 – ending poverty, and 2 – ending hunger, achieving food security and improved nutrition and the promotion of sustainable agriculture.

CDAIS –Capacity Development for Agricultural Innovation Systems –supports the development of policies and approaches at the global level, and tests these with national and local innovation partnerships. CDAIS is a partnership developed and implemented by Agrinatura and FAO, and is supported by the European Union.

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Angola

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Bangladesh

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Burkina Faso

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Ethiopia

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Guatemala

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Honduras

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Laos

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Rwanda

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Discover the CDAIS project

Agricultural innovation is key in the fight against rural poverty and to ensure that there is food enough for everybody.

CDAIS is a global partnership that is working to improve capacities for agricultural innovation systems.

It aims to capitalize on renewed political support for agricultural innovation systems (AIS), bringing together global and local players

in support of low income countries lacking the resources to invest in this area.

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