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Improved Institutions and Governance Mechanisms for Resilient Pastoral Policies in North Africa
Rangelands in North Africa provide vital ecosystem services and play an important role in absorbing CO2. In Tunisia rangelands cover 4.5 million hectares – some 25% of the country’s total landmass. The sustainable management ...
Report on fact sheets on silage, seed and feed block production
The project “Provision of proven feed resource technologies to improve the red meat value chains in Tunisia” developed three technical fact sheets (silage, feed block and seed production) through collaboration with NARS ...
Minutes of the first National Workshop on the Pastoral Code
Within the framework of its collaboration with Tunisia, the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), with the financial support of the CRP Livestock Program led by ILRI and the BMZ / GIZ, ...
Identifying Women's needs related to rangeland governance
This template is related to the study "Identifying Women's needs related to rangeland governance". The purpose of this study is to explore gender roles, relations, constraints and opportunities in livestock production in ...
First National Workshop for a new/updated Pastoral Code in Tunisia
National discussion and negotiation workshop report with: Overview of the current situation of the rangelands in the country and related laws within the current forestry regulations (forest code and implementing texts), ...
Draft of the new pastoral code
Draft of a pastoral code for Tunisia. The pastoral codes of Morocco and Mauritania have been used as reference and/or a source of inspiration
Analysis of Tunisian laws related to Rangelands
Thorough analysis of present Tunisian law texts related to rangelands
Problem analysis of present pastoral law texts related to rangelands in Tunisa
Identification institutional and legal limitations that hamper the development of rangelands taking into account the requirements of the rational management of natural resources, the compliance to the clauses of international ...
Report on Innovation Platform Meetings in Tunisia
Two Innovation Platforms concerning Feed Resources in Central Tunisia are installed. IP trainings and meetings have taken place in 2016 and 2017. An IP chart has been developed and signed by stakehoders