"Climate change may […] serve as a driver for implementation of sustainable land management for both mitigation and adaptation, while also providing pathways to meet the actions called for in the context of UNCBD and UNCCD, and for enhancing sustainable and enhanced productivity to address hunger."Read more »
In the mid-nineties an innovative land restoration trial was carried out in three Eritrean villages. The evaluation carried out 20 years later shows the results were overwhelmingly positive.
A recent study shows that farmers in Mali with smaller landholdings have higher adoption rates for Ecofarm technologies like micro-fertilizer use and seed-priming. »
During a visit of Niger’s minister of foreign affairs Mohamed Bazoum, DCG took part in a discussion about research and development options concerning agriculture and livestock production in Niger. »