This policy document builds upon NRAA’s vision as outlined above and incorporates integral policy measures for sustainable rainfed agriculture, inclusive of recognizing new vulnerabilities such as climate change, farmers’ distress resulting in seasonal migration, severe malnutrition in rainfed areas, and India’s commitment to the UN Sustainable

This Powering Livelihoods market research report provides insights on the value chain, market segmentation, and policy associated with micro solar pumps.

The agriculture sector is a key economic sector in Southeast Asia and an important driver of socio-economic development, supporting the livelihoods of a significant share of the region’s population.

Based on a survey of 1,600 farmers in Haryana, this report finds that agricultural electricity subsidies are not well targeted and that wealthier farmers in Haryana received 50% of the agricultural electricity subsidies while the poorest farmers only received 30%.

African governments are not taking enough action against climate change, the 2022 Africa Agribusiness Outlook report by Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) and KPMG has said. The report is calling for more action to tackle the problem as a sure way to improve food security and agricultural production on the continent.

African agriculture is extremely sensitive to weather variability and extreme weather shocks. Understanding how weather events affect the intensity of participation in agricultural employment, including from a gender perspective, remains an unanswered empirical question.

This GRIPP Case Profile assesses whether the proactive involvement of rural communities in the management of groundwater positively contributes towards sustainable resource use. The assessment uses the long-term

Agrivoltaics, the practice of generating solar power on farmland in ways that complement agricultural production, could become an important new renewable energy sector in India, according to a new report from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).

In 2019 and 2020 alone, sub-Saharan Africa was hit by a once-in-a-century desert locust upsurge and the COVID-19 pandemic while simultaneously facing conflict, droughts, and floods among other shocks and stressors. More than 60 percent of the population in sub-Saharan Africa depends on agriculture for food and income.

Investing in farmers – or agriculture human capital – is crucial to addressing challenges in our agri-food systems.