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Arab women land rights
Relatórios e Pesquisa
Fevereiro 2023
Jordânia
Líbano
Arábia Saudita
Síria
Emirados Árabes Unidos

There is a correlation between socio-economic development, human rights and the empowerment of men and women to participate at all levels of decision making. Secure land rights are an important precondition for the achievement of these goals, including and the realisation of a broad spectrum of human rights: adequate housing, equality, food, health, work and education.

Relatórios e Pesquisa
Abril 2021
Norte de África
Iraque
Jordânia
Líbano
Arábia Saudita
Síria
Emirados Árabes Unidos
Iémen

It is widely understood that effective use of land, the sustainable production of food and development are linked. Yet, creating effective policy, which takes into account broader notions such as economic prosperity and social justice, especially in the context of competing claims to land use and title, still presents significant challenges.

Publicação revisada por pares
Fevereiro 2021
Síria

In Syria, 76% of the forests are located in the Syrian coast region. This region is witnessing a rapid depletion of forest cover during the conflict that broke out in mid-2011. To date, there have been no studies providing accurate, reliable, and comprehensive data on the qualitative and quantitative aspects of forest change dynamics and the underlying drivers behind this change.

Publicação revisada por pares
Janeiro 2021
Síria

The current relationship between Syria and the West cripples any real prospect for reconstruction. Western sanctions on reconstruction as a political tool aimed at the regime, have wide-ranging negative impacts on the civilian population – while having little hope of political success.

Artigos e Livros
Janeiro 2021
Síria

The impending close to the war in Syria brings to the fore the prospect of approximately 13 million forcibly displaced people considering returns to places of origin in the country.

Publicação revisada por pares
Julho 2020
Síria

Understanding the effects of socio-ecological shocks on land use/land cover (LULC) change is essential for developing land management strategies and for reducing adverse environmental pressures. Our study examines the impacts of the armed conflict in Syria, which began in mid-2011, and the related social and economic crisis on LULC between 2010 and 2018.

Publicação revisada por pares
Novembro 2019
Síria

After eight years of civil war, parts of Syria are now free from conflict. In recognition of the return to peace, the government officially welcomes back all who fled the country to escape violence. Yet, a pattern of property expropriation supported by the government during the war limits the ability of some to return and reclaim their homes and businesses.

Relatórios e Pesquisa
Setembro 2019
Afeganistão
Emirados Árabes Unidos
Egito
Índia
Jordânia
Líbano
Marrocos
Oman
Paquistão
Sudão
Síria
Tunísia
Turquia
Usbequistão
Norte de África
Ásia Meridional
Ásia Central
Sudoeste Asiático

ICARDA continued to play a critical role in the development, improvement, and dissemination of climate-resilient crop varieties last year. The varieties strengthened food and nutritional security and provided a critical defense against extreme temperatures, water scarcity, and the emergence of new pests and diseases.

Relatórios e Pesquisa
Maio 2019
Turquemenistão
Tajiquistão
Quirguistão
Azerbaijão
Usbequistão
Itália
Síria
Cazaquistão
Myanmar
Turquia

This evaluation assessed strategic positioning of the first phase of the FAO-Turkey programme, its results and contributions, sustainability, as well as coherence and catalytic effects. It noted that the programme facilitated a beneficial collaboration between the Turkish Government and regional and international experts.

Artigos e Livros
Outubro 2018
Alemanha
Quênia
Laos
Etiópia
Zimbabwe
Itália
Síria
Cambodja
Tailândia
Índia
Sudão
Nova Zelândia
Níger
Malawi
Noruega
Países Baixos

Available evidence indicates that pastoral destitution in Ethiopia is principally driven by feed and water scarcity. Feed resources ought to be considered in the broader perspective and not predominantly during emergency as is the case now.

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