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Gender preferred crops with laboratory evidence on fodder quality traits
A summary report on gender preferred local varieties and evidence from laboratories on Iron and zinc content on grains and fodder quality traits.
Interna'onal Land Coali'on’s Rangeland Initiative, coordinated and technical support provided by ILRI and RECONCILE-‐Kenya
Poster of Interna'onal Land Coali'on’s Rangeland Initiative, coordinated and technical support provided by ILRI and RECONCILE-‐Kenya
Widening the Genetic Base of Indian Barley Through the Use of Exotics
The genetic base of improved varieties is becoming increasingly narrow due to the commonness of one or more parents in their ancestry. Thus, improved varieties may become vulnerable to the diseases, insect-pests and other ...
Restoring Ethiopian drylands at scale
The goals of this review are to: (i) identify options with proven success and high potential for up-scaling in Ethiopian drylands, (ii) analyze factors underlying relative success in different agro-ecologies and under ...
Watershed management, efforts beyond farm level in southern Mali
Poster of Watershed management, efforts beyond farm level in southern Mali
Local conventions governing natural resource management in Southern region of Mali
Poster of Local conventions governing natural resource management in Southern region of Mali
Community Participation in Decentralized Management of Natural Resources in the Southern Region of Mali
Decentralized governance of natural resources is considered one of the key strategies for promoting sustainable management of natural resources at local level. Effective decentralized natural resource management requires strong ...
Can improved food legume varieties increase technical efficiency in crop production?
Faba bean (broad bean), field pea, and lentil are very important legumes in the highlands of Ethiopia. Ethiopia is the largest producer of faba bean in SSA. In 2012/13, about 4.4 million small holder farmers planted 574,000 ...
Transhumant practices and its effects on natural resource management in the Sudano-Sahelian Zone of Mali
Poster of Transhumant practices and its effects on natural resource management in the Sudano-Sahelian Zone of Mali
Pastoralists Do Plan! Community-Led Land Use Planning in the Pastoral Areas of Ethiopia
This paper consolidates a set of case studies which document how pastoralists plan land and resource use in pastoral and agropastoral areas of Ethiopia. These case studies are drawn from the regional states of Afar, Somali, ...