Found: 6

Analysis of Russia’s new Strategy on Food Quality

19 august 2016
The analysis of the Strategy to Enhance Food Quality in the Russian Federation until 2030 prepared by Alexey Belugin, ECFS Junior Researcher.

Food Security of Russia and the World: The Theory and Methodology of Research, Procuring Analysis, Opportunities and Threats

16 august 2016
Research of Elmira Krylatykh, Doctor of Science in Economics and Anton Strokov, Ph.D. in Economics on Food Security of Russia and the World: The Theory and Methodology of Research, Procuring Analysis, Opportunities and Threats

State Food Security Under Sanctions (RUS)

09 august 2016
Исследование Белугина А.Ю. о зависимости продовольственной и национальной безопасности в России. Впервые опубликовано в Октябре 2015 в журнале Observer.

Land resources and food security of Central Asia and the Southern Caucasus

28 july 2016
This book was prepared by the subregional Eurasian soil partnership (EASP), which was established in November 2013 at a conference in Moscow (Russia). This publication, the EASP aims to integrate the efforts of researchers and practitioners working in the field of rational use of soil resources, to solve large-scale tasks for preservation and improvement of the soil as an essential natural resource. The publication was prepared jointly by the Eurasian center for food security and the Secretariat of the Global soil partnership (FAO).

Agricultural markets and global state of food suply

15 october 2015
One of the major activities of the Eurasian Center for Food Security is to conduct research and analysis, which would help to improve functioning of major agro-food markets in the Eurasian region in view of global market of agricultural and food products.

The world Bank's agriculture and rural development in the region Europe and Central Asia

20 march 2012
Agriculture and the rural sector in general, is a major determinant of livelihoods in Europe and Central Asia (ECA). Most of the ECA population resides in rural areas. In Central Asia/Caucasus, most of the poor are in rural areas, where agriculture employs half of the population. The sector also remains an important socio-economic buffer against the adverse impacts of economic shocks.