Publications [ID: 146]


The publications section offers a topic specific overview of the latest publications by international research organisations, civil society and academia, but also by the members and partners of the Platform.

OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2017-2026

OECD and FAO released The Agricultural Outlook 2017-2026. The outlook looks into the next ten-year prospects for agricultural and fish commodity markets at national, regional and global levels.


Land governance: a review and analysis of key international frameworks

This study presents the key provisions on land governance of all recent international frameworks, analyses which new issues appeared, which old ones have gained additional support and those which have received less attention.


FAO's work on climate change

Climate change adaptation is key to achieving the ambitious goal of eradicating hunger and reducing poverty. The negative impacts directly affect the poorest and most vulnerable populations that depend on natural resources – the farmers.


State of Food security and Nutrition 2017

FAO/IFAD/WFP/UNICEF/WHO released the new „State of food security and nutrition” and the key messages are not as optimistic as in previous years.


Sending Money Home: Contributing to the SDGs, one family at a time

This report provides data and analysis of remittances and migration trends for developing countries over the past decade, as well as the potential contributions of remittance families to reaching the SDGs by 2030.


CAADP - Programmatic and Institutional overview

The Global Donor Platform, together with the GIZ CAADP support programme commissioned this overview document to serve partners and future supporters of CAADP.


African Agricultural Trade Status Report 2017

To design beneficial regional integration policies and maximise the advantages of private sector and development partners’ engagement, policy makers and other stakeholders require reliable and comprehensive data on intra and inter-regional agricultural trade.


Effective approaches to strengthen coherence across individual donor governments regarding responsible land governance

One of the key challenges in achieving policy coherence on land rights is to overcome the gap between two groups of actors with different logics, namely the ‘economic efficiency or fiscal approach’ and the ‘sustainability and human rights based approach’.