As a result of the efforts driven civil society, legislative and budgetary changes benefiting Family Farming have been achieved in eleven countries. Other 22 change initiatives are underway.
The award by the Foundation for Rural Studies recognizes the "effort and tenacity" of WRF members to "mobilize society worldwide" around the IYFF-2014.
Francis Ngang (Inades Formation): "We request African states real investments for Family Farming; they must say no to any initiative, confessed or not, to favour industrial agriculture".
Demands of worldwide Family Farming organisations during the International Year of Family Farming IYFF-2014, agreed in a meeting organized by the WRF.
A song of recognition for more than 2,000 millions of women and men family farmers, smallholders, artisanal fishers, pastoralists, landless peasants and indigenous communities in the world.
Reflection article on the International Day for the Erradication of Poverty. In southern countries, Poverty and Hunger are largely a result of the governments' continued neglect to agriculture in general, and especially to small farmers.
- Pakistan approach of Integrated Rural Development Programme.
- 'One Earth, One Future'. IFOAM 2012 report.
- High Level Consultation on Hunger in Madrid: Sintesys report.
- How to achieve food self-sufficiency?
- FAO's Journal on Family Farming. January to March, 2013
- Women farmers and climate change adaptation.
- 'Impact of Cooperatives Locally'.
- Report of National Water Conference in Pakistan.
- Africa can feed itself.
- Policies to Respond to High Food Prices in Asia and the Pacific Region.
- Deep scientific approach on hunger and GMOs.
- African Countries and the EPAs: Do Agriculture Safeguards Afford Adequate Protection?