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2015 GAP Report® Event Presentation

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The Global Harvest Initiative is delighted to present our 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (GAP Report®): Building Sustainable Breadbaskets. Our 2015 GAP Report® highlights the impressive legacy of the United States’ conservation agriculture system and also shines a spotlight on Zambia, a country that is diversifying its agricultural production systems.

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2015 GAP Report® Event Presentation

  1. 1. GHI MEMBERS AND PARTNERS 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  2. 2. BUILDING SUSTAINABLE BREADBASKETS U.S.A. ZAMBIA 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  3. 3. GLOBAL AGRICULTURAL IMPERATIVE- RISE OF THE GLOBAL MIDDLE CLASS 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  4. 4. DEVELOPING COUNTRY DEMAND IN 2022 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  5. 5. IMPACT ON RESOURCES 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  6. 6. IMPACT ON RESOURCES 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  7. 7. FARMS & FOOD SECURITY THREATENED BY CLIMATE CHANGE AND WEATHER VARIABILITY 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  8. 8. MEETING NUTRITIONAL NEEDS THE GOOD NEWS 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  9. 9. MEETING NUTRITIONAL NEEDS THE BAD NEWS 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  10. 10. GROWING SOLUTIONS 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  11. 11.  Accelerate agricultural productivity  Reduce food waste & loss  Improve incomes, sanitation & nutrition  Target support to small-scale farmers COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY TO FEED THE WORLD 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  12. 12. BUILDING BLOCKS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  13. 13. STRATEGIES FOR PRODUCING MORE  Expanding Land  Intensifying Inputs  Extending Irrigation  Increasing Efficiency with Total Factor Productivity 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  14. 14. TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY (TFP) 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  15. 15. LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  16. 16. HIGH-INCOME COUNTRIES 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  17. 17. HOW WILL WE FEED THE FUTURE? 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  18. 18. AFRICA’S FOOD GAP 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  19. 19. CLOSING THE GAP LATIN AMERICA’S POTENTIAL 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  20. 20. 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  21. 21. U.S. PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  22. 22. BENEFITS FOR THE U.S. CONSUMER Americans spend just 6% of their disposable income on food 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  23. 23. LEGACY OF THE U.S. CONSERVATION SYSTEM 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  24. 24. NEW CHALLENGES EMERGE U.S. TFP 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  25. 25. U.S. AG & FOOD VALUE CHAIN 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  26. 26. FARM SMART – CONSERVE SMART 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  27. 27. GROWING MORE – EMITTING LESS 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  28. 28. COLLABORATIONS TO CONSERVE – ADAPT – IMPROVE 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  29. 29. BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE BREADBASKET IN ZAMBIA 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  30. 30. 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  31. 31. NUTRITION IN ZAMBIA 45% Of population is malnourished 30% Of women of reproductive age are anemic Children Under Age 5 45% Stunted 53% Vitamin A deficient 46% Anemic 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  32. 32. ZAMBIA’S PRODUCERS 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  33. 33. TFP IN ZAMBIA IS ON THE RISE – WITH ROOM TO GROW 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  34. 34. CONSERVATION FARMING 100,000+ Conservation Farmers in Zambia 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  35. 35. MARKET OPPORTUNITIES MAIZE AQUACULTURE LIVESTOCK 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  36. 36. INVESTING IN PRODUCTIVITY IRRIGATION IMPROVED SEEDS HEALTHY SOILS MECHANIZATION 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  37. 37. 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®) ZAMBIA’S 2015 AGRICULTURAL BUDGET
  38. 38. SOCIAL PROTECTION PROGRAMS  Reduce poverty  Improve food security  Increase productivity 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®) INVESTING IN PEOPLE
  39. 39. INVESTING IN PUBLIC GOODS ELECTRICITY TRANSPORTATION EXTENSION RESEARCH 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  40. 40. SUCCESS STORIES WOMEN & YOUTH COTTON PRODUCTIVITY CONSERVATION VALUE CHAINS 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)
  41. 41. www.globalharvestinitiative.org @Harvest2050 #GAPReport 2015 Global Agricultural Productivity Report® (2015 GAP Report®)

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