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Inclusion in agriculture and rural territories

Project Name: 
Inclusion in agriculture and rural territories
Countries/Regions: 
All
General Purpose
Contribute to the creation of the conditions required for the design and participatory management of integrated national policies for social, economic, and citizen inclusion that meet the needs of excluded groups in relatively less developed rural territories where family farmers predominate.
Specific Objectives

1.    Support the participatory design and social management of integrated public policies and institutional frameworks that facilitate inclusive development processes in rural territories, with emphasis on the inclusion of excluded groups linked to family farming. 
2.    Help to bring about the more equitable economic incorporation of excluded groups into the process of revitalizing relatively less developed rural territories, in order to improve the availability of food and create opportunities for agricultural and non-agricultural employment and income. 
3.    Support development of the capabilities of excluded rural populations for associative enterprises, dialogue and consensus-building, and help equip them to be more proactive and have a greater voice, thereby strengthening the quality and strength of the social fabric of the territories concerned.
4.    Strengthen the capabilities (abilities, skills and attitudes) of institutional and social actors and their access to public knowledge management goods for inclusion and equity in agricultural and rural-territorial development, with emphasis on excluded social groups linked to family farming. 
 

Expected Results

•    The countries have enhanced institutional capabilities for the design and participatory management of public policies and institutional frameworks for the inclusive and equitable development of relatively less developed rural territories, with emphasis on the integration of excluded groups linked to family farming. 
•    The countries have established or strengthened entities that coordinate interaction and consensus-building among social and institutional actors, with their participatory management tools, at the national, subnational and territorial levels. 
•    Excluded groups in priority territories are improving their capacity for organization and joint action to promote economic integration processes. 
•    Excluded groups in priority territories have access to assets as well as public and private services in support of family farming and the rural territorial economy. 
•    Excluded groups in priority territories, working with government institutions and social organizations, are identifying, designing, managing, and implementing territorial economic projects, adopting a strategic vision and working with other stakeholders in the territories.
•    Excluded groups in rural territories received training in associative enterprises, via which they can have a greater voice.
•    The countries have enhanced institutional capabilities for the design and participatory management of public policies and institutional frameworks for the inclusive and equitable development of relatively less developed rural territories, with emphasis on the integration of excluded groups linked to family farming. 
•    The countries have established or strengthened entities that coordinate interaction and consensus-building among social and institutional actors, with their participatory management tools, at the national, subnational and territorial levels. 
•    Excluded groups in priority territories are improving their capacity for organization and joint action to promote economic integration processes. 
•    Excluded groups in priority territories have access to assets as well as public and private services in support of family farming and the rural territorial economy. 
•    Excluded groups in priority territories, working with government institutions and social organizations, are identifying, designing, managing, and implementing territorial economic projects, adopting a strategic vision and working with other stakeholders in the territories.
•    Excluded groups in rural territories received training in associative enterprises, via which they can have a greater voice. 
 

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