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Diversity of innovation processes: Experiences from imGoats Mozambique
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Landscape management and governance, Il Ngwesi Group Ranch-Laikipia, Kenya
The International livestock Research Institute (ILRI) has commissioned a set of case studies as part of efforts to develop deeper understanding of NRM management in Africa’s drylands and contribute to a typology of ...
Projecting the future: What will climate change mean to farmers in Zimbabwe?
While adaptation to climate change brings benefits in terms of reducing vulnerability, it does not always translate into substantial monetary gains. Key messages such as this were shared at a workshop organized as part of ...
Mt. Marsabit, Kenya: an Assessment of the Governance System
It is been observed that local level commons “are embedded in a multi-level world” in which resource boundaries and social boundaries rarely coincide. Resources under common property tenure exist side by side with resources ...
South Eastern Africa Team Stakeholder Meeting
AgMIP’s South Eastern Africa Team, CLIP (Crop Livestock Intensification Project) met with stakeholders May 5-6th at ICRISAT-Bulawayo, in Zimbabwe. The workshop, “What do we need to know about climate change, impact and ...
Action site map of ESA Flagship (South)
Action site map of the ESA flagship (south)
Centre-Commissioned External Review of ICARDA’s Outreach Programs and Partnerships
ICARDA’s Draft Response to the Recommendations of the Center Commissioned External Review (CCER) of ICARDA’s Outreach Programs and Partnerships
Drylands System East & Southern Africa - East Shewa Transect Diversification into Goat Production: A Training and Consultative Workshop
The blog describes a training and consultation workshop for Adami Tullu Researchers encompassing breeders, animal nutritionists and socio-economists organized by ICARDA on 14-15 December 2015 in Addis Ababa. The purpose ...
Effect of best-bet sustainable land management technologies of minimum till, agroforestry shrubs and box ridges on yield of maize (SC403) in Nsipe, Malawi
Food insecurity is a serious challenge to most of the Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). In this region, production levels of small-scale farmers, who contribute a significant proportion of the maize produced, has been far much ...
MOREP II : Nudging Sustainability Transitions Using Innovation Platforms and Market-Oriented Development in Mozambique
The inception workshop was held on the 2nd and 3rd October at the agricultural training center in Tete city.