Achieving Food Security and Reducing Poverty through Land Restoration
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Leigh Winowiecki, Fergus Sinclair, Vincent Bado, Anthony Whitbread, Lance W. Robinson, Jason Sircely, Kiros Hadgu, Patrice Savadogo, Aymen Frija, Enrico Bonaiuti, Malu Muia Ndavi, Stephen Twomlow, Manon Koningstein. (28/2/2018). Achieving Food Security and Reducing Poverty through Land Restoration.
Land restoration and avoiding further degradation can be a key pathway to achieving food security and exiting poverty for some of the most vulnerable people living in Africa’s drylands. Achieving the UN’s SDGs requires that successful restoration efforts reach larger numbers of farmers and hectares over the coming decade.
Robinson, Lance W.https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5224-8644
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