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patrick herlant posted Information 29 September 2017

Agriculture, much of it rainfed, is a mainstay of livelihoods in developing countries; for example, in Africa south of the Sahara, 40-65 percent of the population

Giorgia MEI posted Information 2 December 2016

The publication Land for Life: create wealth, transform lives collects stories of communities' sustainable land

Lea Appulo posted Information 23 September 2016

Agricultural production in vast regions of South East Asia will be lost in the coming decades as a result of flooding of extensive lowland landscapes. The main drivers of peatland destruction are palm oil and pulp for paper plantations that require drainage.

Giorgia MEI posted Information 12 September 2016

Published on June 2016 in the framework of a broader work launched in 2012 by CIRAD and INRA, the summary report “

14 April 2015 to 17 April 2015
in Lilongwe (Malawi)
Organised byWorld Agroforestry Centre, World Vision and other partners

A Southern Africa regional Beating Famine conference [1] will be held in
Lilongwe, Malawi from 14 to 17 April 2015 to highlight how widespread land
degradation in the face of climate change could affect food security in the
region. Organized by the World Agroforestry Centre, World Vision and other
partners, the conference intends to showcase key agricultural and land
management practices, such as agroforestry and conservation agroforestry that
can address degradation in Southern Africa. This conference is a follow-up
to the highly successful 2012 Beating Famine Conference held in Nairobi,
Kenya which catalyzed a range of actions and collaborations across East
Africa to address food security, resilience and livelihood issues and