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  1. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 2017
    Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, Burundi, Madagascar, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Sudan, Ghana, Ethiopia, Malawi, Sub-Saharan Africa, Africa, Eastern Africa

    Our goal is to provide the scientific basis for development investments and policies that promote more productive, profitable agriculture, and healthier diets at no environmental cost. Low-income, smallholder farmers face significant challenges across sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). High population growth is coinciding with migration to the cities as younger populations seek out higher income-earning opportunities. Inadequate infrastructure and few markets for agricultural production in rural areas, for example, are leading to stagnated opportunities for smallholders.

  2. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 2017
    Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, Burundi, Madagascar, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Sudan, Ghana, Ethiopia, Malawi, Sub-Saharan Africa, Africa, Eastern Africa
  3. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2014
    Madagascar

    We present a Markov model of a land-use dynamic along a forest corridor of Madagascar. A first approach by the maximum likelihood approach leads to a model with an absorbing state.We study the quasi-stationary distribution law of the model and the law of the hitting time of the absorbing state. According to experts, a transition not present in the data must be added to the model: this is not possible by the maximum likelihood method and we make of the Bayesian approach.

  4. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    September, 2018
    Kenya, Bangladesh, Philippines, Madagascar, Sri Lanka, Mexico

    Pendant des siècles, les agriculteurs, éleveurs, pêcheurs et sylviculteurs ont développé des systèmes agricoles diversifiés, adaptés à leurs conditions locales, en employant des techniques et des pratiques ingénieuses, éprouvées au fil du temps, afin de fournir un ensemble vital de services sociaux, culturels, écologiques et économiques à l'humanité. Ces «Systèmes ingénieux du patrimoine agricole mondial» (SIPAM) sont des paysages d'une beauté remarquable associant la biodiversité agricole à des écosystèmes résilients et à un précieux patrimoine culturel.

  5. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    September, 2018
    Kenya, Bangladesh, Mauritania, Chile, Madagascar, China, Sri Lanka, Ecuador, Argentina

    Durante siglos, los agricultores, pastores, pescadores y silvicultores han desarrollado sistemas agrícolas diversos y adaptados localmente, y los han gestionado con técnicas y prácticas ingeniosas que han perfeccionado con el paso de los años. Han sido los responsables de aportar a la humanidad una combinación esencial de servicios sociales, culturales, ecológicos y económicos.

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    Conference Papers & Reports
    December, 2018
    Africa, Madagascar

    Date: 2018

    Source: Foncier & Développement

    Produit par la plateforme des organisations de la société civile oeuvrant dans le foncier à Madagascar et en collaboration avec l’International Land Coalition, ce document présente une synthèse des études sur le système foncier dans de nombreux pays.

  7. Library Resource
    March, 2013
    Madagascar

    This report examines the question of
    land titling in Madagascar, a country where modern and
    informal tenure systems coexist and overlap to a significant
    extent. The report reviews three main arguments for land
    titling and their relevance for Madagascar in order to
    provide policy implications and evaluations. The first is
    that land titling serves as protection against
    expropriation. Second, titles may also facilitate land

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