Capacity building on Integrated Production and Pest Management (IPPM)

Introduction


The assistance provided by FAO is based on the lessons learned and synergies of several FAO-implemented projects in West Africa that promote good agricultural practices in cotton-based systems. This includes the programme of Integrated Pest Management, funded by the Royal Government of the Netherlands (2001-2011), and the All ACP Agricultural Commodities Programme including Cotton (AAACP) of the European union and the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries, implemented by FAO as well as four other international agencies between 2008 and 2011.


FAO’s intervention follows the principles of consolidating the lessons learned of the previous projects in Burkina Faso, Mali and Senegal. These lessons learned will be disseminated for the benefit of the United Republic of Tanzania and Zambia.


Overall, the project will support the implementation of regional cotton strategies, namely:



In each beneficiary country, the project supports the implementation of the recommendations of the strategies of cotton sector stakeholders, which are organizations of cotton producers, cotton companies (ginners), and research and extension bodies, etc.


To improve the sustainability and profitability of cotton production systems, FAO’s support aims to achieve three main outcomes:



Expected results



Partnerships



Publications


FAO Guide Facilitateur Champ Ecole Paysan


FAO Manuel opérationnel suivi-évaluation Program GIPD


FAO Rapport atelier formation des maîtres formateurs_Sélingué 12 au 17 mai 2014


FAO Rapport annuel 2013_FAO_RAF 482


FAO Rapport réunion et atelier Ouagadougou 2, 3, 4 avril 2014


FAO Rapport Etude Situation, GIPD, BAMTAARE


FAO Reducing Pesticide Risks


Main activities implemented in 2013-14


Main activities implemented in 2014-15


Main activities planned 2015-2016


Basic FFS principles


What are Farmers’ Field Schools (FFSs)?


 

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