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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Community based breading for small ruminant
Community based breading for small ruminants
CRP-DS crop related activities in East Shoa Transect of the Rift Valley
Progress report of CRP-DS crop related activities in East Shoa Transect of the Rift Valley
Field day in Fentale and Amibara districts, Awash Valley
Farmer field days at the action site
Gender and age disaggregated data on tree-based ecosystem services on farms and homesteads
The present document consists of a statistic on tree-based ecosystem services on farms and homesteads disaggregated by gender and age.
Variation of Selected Soil Properties in Relation to Land Use Types and Slope Steepness in a Mountainous Watershed, Ethiopia
Deforestation of the native forests for crop production in the Gumara-Maksegnit watershed, located in the Lake Tana basin, Ethiopia, dramatically increases the vulnerability of the soil for rainfall driven erosion. Hence, ...
Evaluation of Bush and Climbing Beans under different Cropping Systems and Nutrient Management Regimes in Linthipe and Kandeu, Malawi
Intensifying common bean cropping within maize based farming systems using ISFM framework
Gender Perspectives on the Dynamics of Lentil and Chickpea Production: the Case of Gimbichu and Minjar-Shenkora Districts, Ethiopia
Ethiopia has different agro-ecologies conducive for producing different crops. The country is the home of different pulse grain production and it was increased between 2000-2012 (Vincent and Jason 2013). Twelve pulse types ...