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  1. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    October, 2017
    Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Niger, Tanzania, Western Africa, Eastern Africa

    The document presents the progress of three interrelated components: 1) MEL-platform for supporting project planning and implementation of review and monitoring strategy; 2) Framework for Project engagement with Development Partners, measuring project outcomes and impacts where possible; 3)
    Geoinformatics Options by Context (GeOC)

  2. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    January, 2014
    Ethiopia, Eastern Africa

    Brochure on "Community based Rainfed Watershed Management" project. A collective research, learning & demonstration project for increasing productivity and adapting smallholder farmers to climate change in rainfed dry areas.

  3. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    September, 2013
    Ethiopia, Eastern Africa

    Ethiopia has great agricultural potential as it has vast area of fertile land, diverse climate, sufficient annual rainfall, & abundant labor force. However, the current performance of agric. is far below the potential, partly due to soil erosion & land degradation, lack of using improved technologies, lack of supportive services, poor socioeconomic infrastructure, & many more interrelated socioeconomic factors. Consequently, food insecurity & poverty have remained common features in the rural community.

  4. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    October, 2017
    Ethiopia, Kenya, Eastern Africa

    Presentation of the project (East Africa and Sahel) for the Annual meeting (2017) organized in Niger (ICRISAT)

  5. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    October, 2019
    Burkina Faso, China, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Western Africa, Eastern Africa, Eastern Asia, South-Eastern Asia

    Modelling socio-ecological systems, in which social and ecological systems interact each other and co-evolve, are useful for supporting decisions in managing landscape ecosystems. Inter-linking socially interactive decision-making to relevant ecological processes faces a great challenge due to at least two reasons: (1) the inherent mismatches in the spatial and temporal scales the considered processes operate, (2) differences in relevant methods for modelling the processes and (3) different data availabilities for the processes.

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