Wednesday, August 16, 2017


IFLA World Library and Information Congress

83rd IFLA General Conference and Assembly 19–25 August 2017, Wrocław,Poland

Agricultural Libraries SIG Open Session Wednesday, 23 August 2017 13:45 - 15:45


Session 209, Role of Women Farmers in Sustainable Agricultural Development and
Their Information Needs: An International Perspective - Agricultural Libraries SIG
Chair: Ajay P. Singh (Banaras Hindu University, India)
Chair: Deva Eswara Reddy (Texas A&M University, United States)

1. Role of International Research Institutes in the Transfer of Agricultural
Information in Attaining the UN Sustainable Development Goals
Deva Eswara Reddy (Texas A&M University, United States)
2. Agricultural Suitcases: Bringing the Information to the Field
Diana Maria Silva Gaitan (Agricultural Library of Colombia, Colombia)
Francisco Armando Salazar Alonso (Colombian Corporation of Agricultural
Research, Colombia)
Dais Johanna Vergara Peña (Colombian Corporation of Agricultural Research,
Colombia)
3. Redefining the Role of Women in Agricultural Development in Developing
Countries
Oyemike Victor Benson (Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Nigeria)
Nkechi M. Amaechi (Federal University of Technology, Nigeria)
Francisca Chinyeaka Mbagwu (Federal University of Technology, Nigeria)
Genevieve Chinedu Opara (Federal University of Technology, Nigeria)
Uchenna Nwaigwe (Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Nigeria)
Paper in English
4. Libraries Managing Change
Beáta Darabosné Maczkó (Szent István University, Hungary

5. The Embrapa Environment Library and the New Brazilian Forest Code:
Contributions for rural environmental compliance
Maria de Cléofas Faggion Alencar (Embrapa Environment, Brazil)
João Paulo Ventura (Embrapa Environment, Brazil)
Ladislau Araújo Skorupa (Embrapa Environment, Brazil)
José Felipe Ribeiro (Embrapa Cerrados, Brazil)
Soraya Carvalho Barrios de Araújo (Embrapa Technology Transfer Department,
Brazil)
Beatriz Fernanda Rebelato (Embrapa Environment, Brazil)
Letícia Marquesini Bandeira (Embrapa Environment, Brazil)
6. Knowledge Intensive Agriculture for Attaining Sustainable Development Goals:
Role of Indian Women
I. V. Malhan (Central University of Himanchal Pradesh, India)
Shivarama Rao K. (Central University of Kerala, India)
7. Development Goals with Special Reference to Women in Agriculture in Sri Lanka
and India
S. Weerakoon (DFCC Bank, Sri Lanka)
Maltesh Motebennur (University of Agricultural Sciences, India)