What are the government schemes for farmers?

What are the government schemes for farmers?

Production for Wellbeing Program 2021 sader

Investing in land restoration does not mean stopping investing in agriculture, it means supporting a low-carbon version of agriculture that can provide sustainable yields for decades. Agroforestry, in which farmers add trees to cropland, and silvopastoralism, in which they grow trees on their livestock grazing land, are techniques widely used in parts of Africa, Asia and Latin America that improve the long-term health and productivity of the land.

Governments provide more than $1 million per minute in global agricultural subsidies, some of which incentivize farmers to clear forests to plant subsidized cash crops. Because farmers aim to maximize their profits (or make a living) and government support is an important source of income, many farmers go after the money and convert biodiverse tropical forests, which store enormous amounts of carbon, into expanding monoculture farms.

Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food

Whereas, the Twenty-third State Policy, called Agricultural and Rural Development Policy, seeks to promote the agricultural and rural development of the country, including agriculture, livestock, aquaculture, agro-industry and sustainable forestry, in order to promote the economic and social development of the sector;

That, through Law No. 30355, Law for the Promotion and Development of Family Farming, the responsibilities of the State in the promotion and development of family farming are established, based on its recognition, as well as the importance of its role in food security, in the conservation of agrobiodiversity, in the sustainable use of natural resources, in the dynamization of local economies, and in the contribution to rural employment and the strength of communities, through the implementation of State policies;

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That, by Supreme Decree No. 009-2015-MINAGRI, the National Strategy for Family Farming 2015 – 2021 was approved, which aims to guide and organize the comprehensive intervention of the State in favor of achieving favorable results for family farmers, based on the sustainable use of natural resources and in the framework of the processes of development and social inclusion for the benefit of the rural population;

Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development

Counterpart: Mexican Agency for International Development Cooperation (AMEXCID); Execution: Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA) and Secretariat of the Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT).

So far, the project has advised the Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA) on the development of a national biodiversity mainstreaming strategy, which was approved in October 2017 and will be implemented with project support.

Government support for the field 2021

To ensure that we invest in what works and achieve the best impact, we have examined 17 of our project impact evaluations to identify general trends. The results will be of interest to everyone working in rural development, from practitioners on the ground to the donors who make this work possible.

The 2030 Agenda is a global commitment to “leave no one behind” in realizing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Nowhere is the challenge of leaving no one behind more salient than in rural areas.

A food system encompasses all aspects of feeding and nourishing people: growing, harvesting, packaging, processing, transporting, marketing and consuming food. A system that provides enough nutritious food for all without compromising the health of the planet or the ability of future generations to meet their own food and nutrition needs.

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