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  1. Library Resource
    National Policies
    January, 2014

    To provide a sector-wide framework and a clear road-map for the development of the livestock sector over the upcoming five years, the Ministry of Agriculture issued this Livestock Sector Strategy (LSS) 2015-19, aligned with the National Agriculture Sector Strategy “Resilience and Development” 2014-16.In order to achieve the livestock sector vision - “A sustainable and productive livestock sector that is competitive both locally and externally, enhances food security in Palestine, promotes resilience of Palestinian breeders, and supports economic growth”, 3 strategic objectives were formulat

  2. Library Resource
    January, 2014

    La présente loi comporte trois cent vingt sept (327) articles, et est constituée sept (7) titres, notamment) De la délimitation, de la dénomination et des chefs-lieux des Collectivités territoriales décentralisées (Titre I); Des attributions des organes des Collectivités territoriales décentralisées (Titre II); De l’organisation et du fonctionnement des Collectivités territoriales décentralisées (Titre III); De la responsabilité civile des Collectivités territoriales décentralisées (Titre IV); Du budget et des ressources des Collectivités territoriales décentralisées (Titre V); Des élection

  3. Library Resource
    National Policies
    January, 2014

    Le Plan d’action pour la gestion des risques agricoles au Niger (PAGRA) s’inscrit dans le cadre de la mise en œuvre de la stratégie de développement agricole et de sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle de l’Initiative « Les Nigériens Nourrissent les Nigériens » (3N).

  4. Library Resource
    January, 2014

    Pastoralism is a global phenomenon. In Africa, where 66 per cent of is used for pastoral production, it is recognised as part of the continent’s cultural heritage. More than just a means of production, it is a way of life intrinsically linked to the identity of the individuals and communities that practise it. Given their traditionally nomadic lifestyle, the fact that pastoralists can become internally displaced is often overlooked. Some even question whether it can happen at all.

  5. Library Resource
    January, 2014
    Kenya, Ethiopia, Somalia

    This study represents an initial attempt to assess patterns of displacement related to droughts in selected countries of the Horn of Africa, specifically the border regions of Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia.

  6. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    January, 2014

    En Aisén, Chile, se compararon distintos estadios de degradación antropogénica de la vegetación arbustiva original en una serie de distintos manejos de pastoreo, utilizando los indicadores ecológicos vegetales de Ellenberg para los factores de luz, temperatura del aire y de reacción, nitrógeno y humedad del suelo. El matorral de ñirre primario se consideró como inicio de la serie. Se trabajó con tablas de vegetación separadas para cada estado de degradación.

  7. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    February, 2014

    Basic survival is very difficult for the 1.2 million people who live in Karamoja, a remote region in northeastern Uganda bordering Kenya marked by chronic poverty and the poorest human development indicators in the country. Traditional dependence on semi-nomadiccattle-raising has been increasingly jeopardized. Extreme climate variability, amongst other factors, has made the region’s pastoralist and agro-pastoralist people highly vulnerable to food insecurity.

  8. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    January, 2014

    In August 2013, the Government of Uganda gazetted the National Land Policy (NLP) after having initiated the policy process over three decades ago. The NLP is to provide an over-arching policy framework for land governance and management, consolidating the many other policies and laws that have governed land and natural resources since colonial times.

  9. Library Resource

    Lessons Learned from Kenya and Tanzania, with Implications for Darfur

    Reports & Research
    January, 2014
    Kenya, Tanzania

    I n order to safeguard long-term equitable and sustainable environmental management and governance, a clear and transparent relationship to land – whether an individual’s, a community’s, a government’s or a private investor’s – is essential. To this end, UNEP has begun to engage on land issues in Sudan, and will continue to do so through the next four year phase of programming, as part of supporting the people and the government of Darfur in rebuilding and redefining the social contract on natural resources and land.

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