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Janeiro 2023
Quênia

This working paper was developed based on a policy and literature review to take stock of the latest information on forest-food linkages in Kenya. Our review shows Kenya’s forests play important roles in providing food directly to local communities, as well as requisite conditions for sustainable food production systems in the country.

Janeiro 2023
Global

The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture collaborated with The Rallying Cry to understand the challenges faced by women- and youth-led agribusinesses in Zambia. As such, two workshops were previously held in September and December 2022 with the target group to obtain an understanding of their challenges and identify possible solutions.

Janeiro 2023
Burkina Faso
Reino Unido

Contexte et contexte La variabilité climatique est une réalité au Burkina Faso, et les catastrophes naturelles en sont les effets visibles. Cela pose d’énormes défis tant aux gouvernements qu’aux populations locales. Cependant, il est difficile de mettre en œuvre une véritable politique sans comprendre le phénomène et ses conséquences sociales et environnementales.

Janeiro 2023
Etiópia

Agriculture, the backbone of the Ethiopian economy, contributes roughly 40% of GDP, more than 75% of employment, and 80% of foreign exchange earnings (FAO, 2019). Ethiopian agriculture relies heavily on natural rainfall, with irrigation used on only about 5% of total cultivated land (Effa et al., 2023). As a result, the sector is highly vulnerable to climate change. Climate change

Janeiro 2023
Global

This report presents the findings of continental level stakeholder consultations conducted by the Policy theme of AICCRA during the month of September 2023. We undertook these consultations to gather inputs from stakeholders and feed them into the design process of the AICCRA Additional Financing (AF).

Janeiro 2023
Global

This comprehensive review explores the historical and cultural significance of fire management in Sub-Sahara Africa's rangelands, emphasizing its integral role in socio-cultural practices and livelihoods.

Janeiro 2023
Guatemala

CGIAR’s Climate Resilience Initiative, also known as ClimBeR, is working to address these needs. On the 21st and 22nd of February, we ran in Guatemala City the first climate security workshop in Central America: Towards a common vision on the relationship between climate, conflict, and human security in Guatemala.

Janeiro 2023
Global

The main purpose of this study was to generate evidence on the factors influencing the adoption of diversified fruit tree systems and to assess rural consumers’ views and preferences for local fruits in Guinayangan, Quezon.

Janeiro 2023
Global

The Local Climate Advisory Committees (LTACs) are spaces for inclusive dialogue between a diversity of local stakeholders such as farmers, extension services, representatives of the public, private and scientific sectors that seek to understand the possible behavior of the climate in a locality and generate recommendations to reduce the risks associated with expected climate variability.

Janeiro 2023
Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is blessed with ideal conditions for cultivating a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. The country has around 80 varieties produced in different agroecological zones. There are several government and private organizations supporting vegetable farmers and farmers are organized into formally registered organizations.

Últimas notícias

 PH Reinaux
8 Agosto 2022
América do Sul
Brasil

O Plenário do Supremo Tribunal Federal (STF) confirmou, por maioria de votos, liminar concedida em junho pelo ministro Luís Roberto Barroso para suspender despejos e desocupações até 31/10, em razão da pandemia da covid-19.

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