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Double the productivity and incomes of small-scale food producers, especially women, indigenous peoples, family farmers, sheep and cattle farmers, and fishers, through secure and equal access to land, knowledge, financial services, markets.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
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  1. Farmers' Cooperatives: Enable small-scale farmers to pool resources, share knowledge, and collectively market their products, leading to increased productivity and income.

  2. Local Agricultural Extension Services: Provide farmers with training, information, and resources to enhance their farming practices and productivity.

  3. Community-Based Organizations: Address various community needs, including agriculture. Some focus on improving the livelihoods of small-scale food producers through training and support.

  4. Community Development Associations: Implement projects aimed at improving agricultural practices and increasing the income of local farmers.

  5. Women's Farmer Groups: Empower female farmers through education, training, and access to resources, contributing to increased productivity.

  6. Local Non-Governmental Organizations: May have programs focused on sustainable agriculture, income generation, and capacity building for small-scale food producers.

  7. Local Chambers of Agriculture: Advocate for the interests of small-scale farmers and provide services to improve their productivity and incomes.

  8. Community Microfinance Institutions: Play a crucial role in supporting small-scale farmers with financial resources for agricultural investments.

  9. Youth in Agriculture Initiatives: Engage and empower young people in agriculture to contribute to increased productivity and innovation in small-scale farming.

  10. Community-Based Agricultural Research Groups: Local research initiatives, often in collaboration with academic institutions, can provide valuable insights and knowledge-sharing to improve farming techniques at the grassroots level.

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