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Rapports et recherches
janvier 2024
Éthiopie

This study addresses the significant issue of land fragmentation in Ethiopia, which is characterized by  small, irregular, scattered parcels  with no or adequate road access. With landholders owning multiple small and dispersed parcels, averaging 1.5 hectares, the situation demands urgent policy intervention.

Rapports et recherches
janvier 2024
Afrique

This study focuses on land fragmentation in Ethiopia, exploring its impact on agricultural productivity and rural development. It proposes strategies for addressing fragmentation through land consolidation. The study employs a robust methodology, including data collection and analysis of  data, along with a meta-analysis of existing reports and studies on land fragmentation.

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Manuels et directives
mai 2023
Éthiopie

This publication aims to provide practical guidance for government officials in improving their skills related to agriculture extension service provisions to large-scale agricultural investments. It is meant to be used along with the full version of the manual as well as with the RGIL “Introductory Manual on responsible land-based investments for Governments”.

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Articles et Livres
janvier 2023
Éthiopie

This study examines the dynamics of fringe land invasion in Birbir Town southern Ethiopia by adopting a descriptive survey design with both qualitative and quantitative data analyses Primary data were acquired through a household survey key informant interviews focus group discussions and observations This study also benefited from relevant secondary sources Using a simple random sampling techn

Publication évaluée par des pairs
janvier 2023
Global

Erosive rainfall results in the loss of both soil and nutrients, which indirectly triggers soil deterioration and a reduction in land productivity. However, how rainfall affects runoff, soil erosion, and nutrient loss under different crop rotation patterns and topographic factors remains unclear.

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Articles et Livres
janvier 2023
Global

Sustainable rural development is a challenging issue considering the pressure of change brought by the demands of globalisation and intensified tourism activities in rural vernacular settlements While studies in this field often focus on historical centres research on the distinctive urban and architectural identity of village development areas in rural vernacular settlements remains scarce To

Publication évaluée par des pairs
janvier 2023
Chine

Buckwheat is an important coarse grain often grown in China’s marginal and dry mountainous areas; however, few empirical studies have quantified the factors that increase land productivity and encourage buckwheat farmers’ market participation.

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Articles et Livres
janvier 2023
Égypte

This article explores the connection between Smart Growth and the decolonization of urban growth management in Egypt examining the impact of former colonial influence on present urban policy and practices Drawing insights from the urbanization of Egyptian desert areas before and after the New Urban Communities Program NUCP it scrutinizes how historical influences adversely affect contemporary a

Publication évaluée par des pairs
janvier 2023
Chine

Spatio-temporal changes in cultivated land have a profound impact on food security and sustainable development. However, existing studies on spatio-temporal changes in cultivated land mostly focus on single factors, for instance quantity, quality and ecology, that cannot comprehensively reflect the changes in total production capacity and the sustainability of cultivated land.

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