Multi-stakeholder Workshop Report on Criteria and Indicators for Sustainability of Agricultural Livelihood Systems: Stakeholders' Perspectives
The workshop was initiated in the frame of the Project GLDC-FP3: Integrated Farm-Household Management under the Activity 3.3.6: Criteria & Indicators of ALS Sustainability. This workshop aimed the farmer’s self-exploration of criteria and indicators for sustainability of agricultural livelihood systems. The objectives were specifically for different agricultural livelihoods system types identified in the sub-district of Satiri, in the Houet province, western Burkina Faso to (1) identify key criteria and indicators for the sustainability of agricultural livelihoods system types; and (2) rank by order of importance these criteria and indicators. The workshop was occurred in Ouagadougou in 20 December 2018. There were 31 participants in total, including representative farmers (16) from 4 study villages around Satiri town in Southern Burkina Faso, local extension services, university professors, lecturers and researchers from Institute for Rural Development at University of NAZI BONI (IDR-UNB) and Institut de l’Environnement et de Recherches Agricoles (INERA).