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Agricultural livelihood systems (ALS) typology for coping with socio-ecological diversity in ALS transition research: A demonstrative case in Pontieba, south-western Burkina Faso
Smallholder farms’ populations are characterized by their heterogeneity giving the diversity of farms’ livelihood settings. Integrated farming system modelling therefore requires a preliminary clear identification of the ...
List of Female farmers
List of Female Farmers Trained
Implementation report on Cropping system intensification and resilience building
Cropping system intensification and resilience building
Farm typology specific intensification and diveriscation options including agro-silvi-horticulture with traditional rainwater harvesting systems
Based on farm typology analysis integrated farming system interventions were prioritized in participatory mode. A total six large agri horti units has been established and linked with RWHS (Rain water harvesting structures) ...
Climate variability risk analysis, WUE and NUE for cropping systems based on historical as well as future climate change scenarios
Water is the most crucial input for agricultural production. Globally, agriculture accounts for more than 80% of all freshwater used by humans, most of that is for crop production. Currently most of the water used to grow ...
Examine performance of conventional and ET based irrigation scheduling for wheat and mungbean varieties and crop rotation options
Progress of work; Mung bean trials
Silvopasture awareness event
Identify NRM and institutional options for sustainable management of silvopasture systems for enhanced biomass productivity, biodiversity & livestock production
Community based breading for small ruminant
Community based breading for small ruminants
Impact and adoption of SWC techniques: research progress and preliminary results
The main objective of this research is to model the impact of soil and water conservation (SWC) structures on runoff and erosion processes at the watershed scale, by means of watershed-based modelling (SWAT software). ...
Field day for planting summer crops under no-till.
A field day was conducted on June 30, 2015 on the demonstration site which attracted 48 participants from Qorao’zak district farmers, Qorao’zak district authorities, researchers, local and National TV and ICARDA.