Sustainable Agricultural Productivity Growth and Bridging the Gap for Small-Family Farms: Interagency Report to the Mexican G20 Presidency

In 2011, G20 leaders committed to sustainably increase agricultural (production and) productivity (paragraph 43 of the Cannes Declaration). They "agree(d) to further invest in agriculture, in particular in the poorest countries, and bearing in mind the importance of smallholders, through responsible public and private investment," they "decide(d) to invest in research and development of agricultural productivity. Early in 2012 Mexico, as G20 President, invited international organisations to examine practical actions that could be undertaken to sustainably improve agricultural productivity growth, in particular on small family farms. The preparation of this report, co-ordinated by the FAO and the OECD, responds to this request. It is a collaborative undertaking by Bioversity, CGIAR Consortium, FAO, IFAD, IFPRI, IICA, OECD, UNCTAD, Coordination team of UN High Level Task Force on the Food Security Crisis, WFP, World Bank, and WTO. We, the international organisations, are pleased to provide you with this joint report and look forward to continuing collaboration within the G20 framework to further elaborate and, as appropriate, implement the recommendations that it contains.

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Main Authors: Bioversity International, CGIAR Consortium Office, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, International Fund for Agricultural Development, International Food Policy Research Institute, Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Coordination team of UN High Level Task Force on the Food Security Crisis, World Food Programme, World Bank, World Trade Organization
Format: Report biblioteca
Published: 2012-06-20T10:12:49Z
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