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List of Participants during the workshop pastoral code (Tunisia)
List of Participant to the stakeholder meeting held in Tunis and aimed at establishing a processes for sustainable collective rangeland management and governance
A Prickly Cactus Journey: From Hellish Plant to Farmers' Darling
The cactus pear (known by its scientific name as Opuntia ficus-indica) was not always accepted in Pakistan as a source of food for animals, much less as a fruit fit for human consumption. It was commonly believed to be the ...
OFID household survey on landscape depressions
The dataset contains the results of a survey with the purpose to compare practices like barley cultivation in the depressions and improved rangeland in Badia in terms of economic viability in the long term. The survey is ...
Methodology for assessing rangeland vegetation in the action sites Karakalpakstan and Tajikistan
The tool describes an Innovative method that is being tested for field sampling of rangeland vegetation. The method provides a way of measuring biomass with less plant destruction and as a result less labor and costs. The ...
Farmer's field day in Chakwal (introduction of cactus)
Increase resilience and improve use of marginal lands of agropastoral production systems while enhancing capacity development of farmers and extension agents through training, field days, etc.
Sustainable intensification of Sivi-pastoral system (CPR) - List of Participants
To increase awareness of agro-silvopastoral communities about the benefits of silvopasture a field awareness day was organized
Inception Workshop field day- Enhancing Sustainability and Fodder Production of Lowland Pastures through Integrated Alley Cropping & Conservation Agriculture in Arid Agropastoral Ecosystems in Jordan, Yemen and Tunisia
On the last day, a field trip was organized where the participants visited several sites in Southern Tunisia.
Image 2 awareness event
Image 2 awareness event
Presentation made by Jutta werner during the stakeholder meeting held in Tunis and aimed at developing sound policies that will enable implementation of governance of rangelands (collective action for sustainable pastoralism)
Managing rangelands: promoting sustainable tree species: Acacia modesta: A frost-resistant and drought-tolerant tree ideal for alleviating feed shortages and feeding costs
Acacia modesta, commonly known as Phulai, is a member of the family Fabaceae (also called Leguminosae) and sub-family Mimosaceae. It is a deciduous, slow-growing small tree with thorny young shoots and dark brown and black ...