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This report aims at showing that the countries of the SSTC-ADFS partnership initiative can benefit from SSC on aquaculture. Some countries such as Turkey and Hungary have the potential to act as providers of technology and financial assistance. Others are clear regional leaders in the field of aquaculture such as Uzbekistan in Central Asia or Tunisia among the Maghreb countries, whose applied solutions, in view of their significant progress made in aquaculture development, may be of significant interest for others – mostly those of the same region, but also for other regions.

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The aim of this report is to support the knowledge exchange corridor on rural tourism that was established within the SSTC-ADFS partnership initiative by gradually putting into practice, scaling up and replicating successful solutions for rural poverty alleviation. The nine countries of the SSTC-ADFS partnership initiative represent the diverse state, importance, directions and prospects of conventional tourism and rural tourism.

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The aim of this report, which was initiated within the partnership initiative on South-South and Triangular Cooperation for Agricultural Development and Enhanced Food Security (SSTC-ADFS), is to show that agricultural challenges and problems in the Global South can be addressed and overcome by successful solutions present in the Global South through public-private partnerships (PPPs). The report highlights the solutions that have been developed in these countries through PPPs.

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As the main agricultural production systems in dryland areas, pastoralism and agropastoralism support the livelihoods of 100 million to 200 million people worldwide. According to the World Bank, the number of extremely poor pastoralists and agropastoralists can range from 35 million to 90 million. The largest number of pastoralists (more than 40 per cent) live in sub-Saharan Africa, while 25 per cent live in the Middle East and North Africa, 16 per cent in East Asia, 8 per cent in South Asia, and 4 per cent each in Latin America and in Europe and Central Asia.

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The main aim of this report is to provide a wide overview on how different institutions support the establishment of farmer-based organizations. It introduces best practices in terms of cost-effectiveness, replicability, sustainability and the impact on local communities, women and youth. To this end, a desk study was carried out including on-line available databases of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation, including the partnership initiative on South-South and Triangular Cooperation for Agricultural Development and Enhanced Food Security (SSTC-ADFS), and other available data sources, such as interviews with relevant stakeholders and enhanced knowledge exchange. 

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The aim of this publication is to highlight South-South Cooperation experiences and examples of home-grown innovative solutions in agricultural biotechnology from across the Arab States, Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). It discusses current sustainable policies and practices in agricultural biotechnology, which contribute or could contribute to the enhanced resilience of small-holder farmer communities in the countries participating in the partnership initiative on South-South and Triangular Cooperation for Agricultural Development and Enhanced Food Security (SSTC-ADFS).

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