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Articles et Livres
décembre 2019
Afrique du Sud
Afrique
Afrique occidentale
Afrique orientale
Afrique centrale
Afrique australe
Afrique sub-saharienne

This paper examines the intersections between youth access to land, migration decisions and employment opportunities using nationally representative and multi-year data from multiple African countries.

Articles et Livres
décembre 2019
Afrique du Sud
Afrique
Afrique occidentale
Afrique orientale
Afrique centrale
Afrique australe
Afrique sub-saharienne

A narrative on rural youth in Africa has continued to evolve in policy circles around the world. Much of it is driven by population statistics that point to an imminent youth bulge in Africa and concerns about a poor economic outlook (stagnation) for African productivity and growth.

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Rapports et recherches
juillet 2018
Afrique centrale
Cameroun

Date: 25 novembre 2019

Source: FarmlandgrabGreenpeace

Par: Tal Harris

L’enquête de Greenpeace met en lumière les violations des droits humains par Halcyon Agri.

Articles et Livres
octobre 2016
Cameroun
Afrique
Afrique centrale

This study base on existing scientific literature makes an economic evaluation of carbon stocks gained under different deforestation and forest degradation scenarios (100, 50 and 25% avoided deforestation) during a 20 years period (2010–2030).

Rapports et recherches
décembre 2014
Asia du sud-est
Afrique occidentale
Afrique centrale
Asie méridionale

This is a serious game about ecosystem services. The intention is to raise awareness and teach players about integrated landscape management and ecosystem services in a fun and interactive way. By making choices, observing outcomes and adjusting strategy, players will learn how to maximize benefits from specific ecosystem services using different management tactics.

Articles et Livres
décembre 2014
Indonésie
Viet Nam
Cameroun
Pérou
Amérique du Sud
Asie
Asia du sud-est
Afrique
Afrique centrale
Amérique centrale

The REDD-ALERT (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation from Alternative Land Uses in the Rainforests of the Tropics) project started in 2009 and finished in 2012, and had the aim of evaluating mechanisms that translate international-level agreements into instruments that would help change the behaviour of land users while minimising adverse repercussions on their livelihoods.

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