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The Forest-Fungi Agroforestry System

2021-10-06 16:03:03 Exellent Case
Agroforestry, or the use of trees in agriculture, is a traditional farming practice in India, Nepal and China that provides food, nutrition and ecosystem services to support livelihoods and agricultural production. The modern agricultural trend towards commercial monocultures has siphoned resources and attention from this indigenous system. Agroforestry systems require a longer waiting period before beginning production than annual crops. Therefore, the need for farmers to make both cash and time investments during the early years of planting presents major challenges. Consequently, adding seasonal and annual harvests available from the first year could be a vital boost to the viability of agroforestry systems for smallholders’ livelihood security. This is possible through the integration of agroforestry with mushroom cultivation.

African Agro-industry Inclusive Development through Bamboo

2021-09-29 16:35:05 Exellent Case
Landlocked and hilly, Rwanda is one of world’s least developed countries and one of Nile River headstream countries. It faces major social challenges such as a high poverty and unemployment rate, and major economic challenges, such as a weak industrial capacity, with over 95 percent of produce imported. In addition, it faces major ecological challenges with severe soil and water erosion, as well as a negative impact on countries downstream of the Nile River caused by a sharp decline in forest coverage from 75 percent before the 1994 genocide to 28 percent. Rwanda has rich bamboo resources but are untapped due to lack of technology.

China South-South Cooperation Network

2021-09-22 14:04:15 Exellent Case
China was not only a supporter and initiator of South-South cooperation (SSC) in its nascent stage, it is also a major contributor to growth in Southern countries today, playing more of a leading role in SSC than ever before. It firmly safeguards the new globalization model, works to build a community with a shared future for humankind, advocates new development concepts nationwide and advances the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Nevertheless, South-South and triangular cooperation still face a number of important challenges at the international level, as well as in China. For example, while globalization has enabled many people to escape poverty, its benefits are not shared equitably and its costs fall disproportionately on the poor and vulnerable. Improved cooperation is therefore needed so that countries may learn from each other, grow more quickly, close income gaps and build inclusive, resilient societies. Greater efforts are needed to leverage partnerships with stakeholders from multilateral agencies, civil society, the private sector and think tanks to increase their engagement in SSC.

China South-South Development Centre

2021-09-21 16:04:05 Exellent Case
The increasing economic and technical capacities of the South and the emergence of a growing group of Southern countries, such as Brazil, China, India, South Africa and the Gulf countries, as influential stakeholders in international economic relations have created important opportunities for South-South development cooperation as a complement to North-South cooperation. China, as a large developing country with a great deal of development experience, has always been a champion and staunch supporter of South-South cooperation. Yet, despite this commitment, stakeholders in the Chinese Government recognize that the full potential to share Chinese knowledge and experiences with the world, and to bring Southern solutions to China, has not yet been realized. For example, most SSC activities in China are still carried out on a bilateral basis led by the Government with minimal participation of the private sector. Like many South-South initiatives, funds mobilization and utilization efficiency are limited.

Xi emphasizes South-South cooperation

2021-09-15 00:00:00 China News
Xi emphasizes South-South cooperation

Global South-South Development Center Project

2021-09-14 16:04:05 Exellent Case
The year 2019 marked the beginning of a transformative era for South-South and triangular cooperation, with the conclusion of the second High-level United Nations Conference on South-South Cooperation in Buenos Aires and the adoption of its outcome document. South-South cooperation (SSC) is now emphasized in over 80 States as part of the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework, and that there has been a surge in new partnerships. As the largest developing country, China has been an active advocate and promoter of SSC. Nevertheless, South-South and triangular cooperation still face a number of significant challenges at the international level, as well as in China. For example, much of the transfer of knowledge and skills has been one way, and most activities are still carried out by Governments, with minimal participation from the private sector. In addition, the mobilization of funds is limited, and they are not used efficiently

Full text of BRICS Summit New Delhi Declaration

2021-09-14 00:00:00 China News
the 13th BRICS Summit was held on 9,Sep.2021,This is the full text of the 13th BRICS Summit New Delhi Declaration:

Full text of Chinese President Xi Jinping's remarks at 13th BRICS Summit

2021-09-13 00:00:00 China News
Chinese President Xi Jinping addressed the 13th BRICS Summit on 9,Sep.2021 via video link in Beijing.this is the full text of the speech:

South-South Cooperation Event Debuts at CIFTIS —2021 International Forum on South-South Cooperation and Trade in Services Concludes Successfully

2021-09-06 10:11:30 GSSDC
On September 4, the 2021 International Forum on South-South Cooperation and Trade in Services with the theme of “Digital Economy for South-South Cooperation” was held at China National Convention Center. It was the first of its kind during China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS) centering on South-South cooperation.

Promoting Affordable Prefabricated Housing in Liberia

2021-08-31 10:05:15 Exellent Case
With a fast-growing population and rapid urbanization process, many African countries now face increasing pressure to provide adequate housing for their citizens. Over the past 10 years since the end of the civil war in Liberia, the country has been vigorously developing its infrastructure, attracting foreign investment, developing production and aiming to achieve long-term peace and stability in order to revitalize the economy and improve livelihoods. As one of the mportant components in infrastructure construction, the development of civil, commercial and industrial buildings and other projects are essential to improve livelihoods and stimulate economic development. However, the lack of local construction materials and a small manufacturing sector, with only one cement factory in Liberia, have impacted infrastructure development.
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