Diversity is a key issue considering family agriculture: technologies, knowledge, culture, products are essential for sustainable development. This session will explore the challenges facing smallholding farming, due to a number of uncertainties, contradictions and opportunities regarding policies, participation and impacts on water coming from big users. Do networks and policies form a powerful tool to achieve equity and development in rural areas, to meet the sustainable development agenda and be part of the achievement zero hunger?
Citizen's Forum Process Commission
Coord. and Moderator:
SALAMATU GARBA, Founder and Executive Director of Women's Farmers Advancement Organisation of Nigeria (WOFAN), Nigeria.
Sharda Khanal Ghimire - Nepal Association Of Women Professionals In Nepal Land Use Sector (W-PLUS).
JACKY DUPETY - Association Valorisation Expérimentation Bois Raméaux Fragmentés (AVEBRF), France.
Jon Jon Sarmiento - Asian Farmers Association, Philippines.
Fernanda Cruz - Articulação do Semiárido (Semi-Arid Institutional Coalition), Brasil.