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janvier 2024
Burundi

Gender inequality persists in Burundi’s agricultural sector, especially in the bean value chain dominated by women. Women often have less access to improved seeds and to productive technologies. Interventions dubbed “gender-responsive plant breeding” have been launched to develop new varieties to address the gender gaps in variety adoption.

Rapports et recherches
juillet 2023
Burundi

En effet, la taxe de transaction sur la proprieté foncière soulève au Burundi une problématique à la fois économique et juridique. L’importance de la question est économique comme l’économie burundaise repose sur l’agriculture et l’élevage et plus de 90% de la population burundaise dépend directement des ressources tirées de la culture de la terre.

janvier 2023
Burundi

Over the past seven years (2015-2021), the Pan-Africa Bean Research Alliance (PABRA) and the Institut des Sciences Agronomiques du Burundi (ISABU), supported by the Swiss Agency for Cooperation and Development (SDC) and Global Affairs Canda (GAC), have empowered women to become entrepreneurs in Burundi's bean seed industry.

janvier 2023
Burundi

Biofortified beans are being promoted in Burundi to solve malnutrition issues among rural households. The study was conducted in Muyinga and Gasorwe communes, where biofortified bean varieties were disseminated. This study aims to understand gender roles and practices in households and farms and how these roles and practices influence participation and uptake of biofortified beans.

janvier 2023
Burundi

In the developing world, the drivers behind changes in social ecological landscapes (SEL) are intricate and have been steadily intensifying over the years. Regions blessed with abundant natural resources, encompassing fertile soils, lush forests, freshwater bodies, valuable minerals, and more, tend to experience rapid population growth and heightened poverty rates.

janvier 2023
Burundi

Participatory Varietal Selection (PVS) is the selection by stakeholders of varieties in advanced testing stages by plant breeding
programs. With Burundi as a case example, this study incorporated qualitative Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) into the
quantitative PVS structure so as to elicit deeper insights into rice trait preferences and illuminate broader issues affecting rice

janvier 2023
Burundi

The adoption and use of climate-smart agricultural practices are critical for improving the productivity and sustainability of smallholder farming systems. However, the gendered dimensions of access to and use of climate-smart agriculture in common bean ( Phaseolus vulgaris L.) production remain unexplored among smallholder farmers in Burundi.

janvier 2023
Burundi

Financial inclusion has become an important goal of the global development agenda, particularly for post-conflict and fragile states. Enhancing financial inclusion is vital for a country like Burundi which aims to achieve inclusive growth in its attempt to break free of its fragility.

Manuels et directives
décembre 2022
Burundi

The Supreme Court of Burundi has just published a collection of land case law which constitutes volume 5 of the "Jurisprudence Review of the Supreme Court of Burundi". This collection was officially presented to the public on December 15, 2022.

Rapports et recherches
juillet 2022
Burundi
Rwanda
Ouganda
République démocratique du Congo

The precipitous escalation of the security crisis in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) risks reigniting interstate conflict in the Great Lakes region. The myriad actors and interests involved, however, often defy easy analysis.

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