The NGO(FSG) is by a group of Timorese who shares the same priorities and goals that focus mainly in the agricultural sector. FSG established because farmers have not benefited from the development process and their life and economic condition have not changed at the grassroots level. The objectives of the organization is to advocate for the development of the agricultural sector as a key to national development agenda for the benefits of farmers.
A LONG About GROW Photos FSG Media taken
will be nine billion of us on the planet. Our societies must grow to meet our
needs, so we can put enough food on the table for everyone.
Already, almost a billion of
us go to bed hungry every night. Not because there isn't enough. But because of
the deep injustice in the way the system works. And because too many of the
ways we grow today are using up and destroying the natural resources on which
we all rely.
We can grow in a better way
– one that contributes much more to human wellbeing, and ensures that
everyone on the planet will always have enough to eat.
Food and oil prices. Flat-lining yields. Climate change.
Unfair trade. Failing markets. Inequality between men and women. Land grabs.
All of these issues are connected. And all of them are contributing to a global
food system that is dominated by a few powerful governments and companies. A
system that is failing the rest of us.
We need a new way of thinking, and ideas that hold a promise
of a better future for the many, not just the few.
time to GROW
We can grow more food more fairly and more sustainably. We
can press governments and companies to take urgent action to reform bad
policies, to preserve scarce resources and share them fairly.
We've got a lot of plans, but we're also all ears. Because
GROW has space for all of us to share ideas and views about better ways to
grow, share and live together.
launches Grow Campaign:
launched a new campaign called Grow, which aims at securing the world’s food supply
by calling on governments, businesses and consumers to take action on climate
change, minimising food price fluctuations, preventing landgrabs and halting
the move toward biofuels.
is based on their recent report - Growing a Better Future, Food justice in a resource-constrained
world. The report catalogues the symptoms of today’s broken food
system and warns that we have entered a new age of crisis where depletion of
the earth’s natural resources and increasingly severe climate change
impacts will create millions more hungry people
Zeferina Marta Alves | National Policy&Advocacy Manager | Oxfam
Jacinto Candido, Bidau Akadiru-Hun, Dili – Timor Leste
RESULTADU PRODUSAUN AIHAN LOKAL IHA NEBE? Husi
: Gil Rangel
Iha Loron Tersa, dia 23 de Abril de 2013, Ministerio de Agrikultura e
Peskas (MAP) hakat ba plenaria iha uma fukun Parlamento Nacional hodi
aprezenta relatorio progresso servisus nebe implementa. Kestaun lubuk
ida nebe sai preokupasaun mak hanesan : resultadu produsaun local
menus (iha nebe)?; fatin balun komesa hamlaha; irigasaun la funciona
diak no hetan estragos at to grave; operasional tratores la fo
benefisiu ba hasae produsaun; jestaun ka prestasaun servisus ladiak
iha MAP; transformasaun teknologia seidauk propiadu no kestaun balun
konaba peskas, animal moras no mos aifunan mutin nebe halakon area
pastagen pekuaria nian. Kestaun hirak nee nudar resultadu
fiskalizasaun husi Excellencias Deputado/Deputada durante tuun ba
kampu. Kestaun sira nebe koloka hanesan meios fo hanoin, kurizi no
buka solusaun ida nebe diak ba povu nebe ita hotu servi ba, tane no
hakbiit sira hodi hiit an ba moris diak iha palku dezenvo…