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Arable land, in agricultural statistics, is land worked (ploughed or tilled) regularly, generally under a system of crop rotation

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January 2024
Global

Wheat blast is a devastating disease caused by the fungal pathogen Magnaporthe oryzae pathotype Triticum that has spread to both neighbouring and distant countries following its emergence in Brazil in the 1980s. Under climate change conditions, wheat blast is predicted to spread primarily in tropical regions.

January 2023

Food system transformation is intrinsically tied to effective land and water resource management, especially in the regions facing competition among various land uses.

January 2023
Tanzania

Tanzania is endowed with a diversity of ecosystems, huge number of cattle farming and available arable land. However, the productivity per cow is still very low due various reasons.

January 2023
Senegal

This study conducted a participatory appraisal of climate vulnerabilities and conflict risks five communities across Senegal: 1) pastoral, agro-pastoral and farming communities in the drylands areas of Louga 2) farmer and agro-pastoral communities in Kaffrine, 3) fishing communities on the islands of the coastal area of Casamance, 4) relocated fishing communities in Saint Louis, and 5) displace

January 2023
Nepal

Nepal’s agriculture sector is facing various challenges including, amongst others, inadequate infrastructures, investment, labor shortage, climate-induced changes, and weak agriculture governance mechanisms. With the increase in migration trends among males, the ‘left behinds’ in the mid-hills of Nepal, are mostly women, middle-aged men, and the elderly.

January 2023
Nepal

Food production and rural livelihoods' food security in Nepal face numerous threats for various reasons. Similar to global trends, the country contends with unpredictable weather patterns, including heat and drought stress on plants, as well as heavy precipitation.

Reports & Research
January 2023
Morocco

Au Maroc, les politiques foncières post indépendance de 1956 ont abouti dans la zone occupée par la France à la mise sous tutelle d’une partie du foncier récupéré de la colonisation officielle et privée (DPE), au maintien du régime des terres collectives codifié dès 1919 par les autorités coloniales et au transfert des grandes propriétés immatriculées à des acteurs nationaux.

January 2023
Global

The increase in agriculture production to meet the food demand of growing human population from a limited availability of arable land with low environmental footprints and preserving natural resources (soil, water and air) simultaneously are major challenges in South Asia.

January 2023
France

The mid-hills of Nepal account for 68% of the country’s total area[1] and 56% of its arable land. Ranging in altitude from 610m to 4,876m, there are many small pockets of micro-irrigation that have the potential for high-value crop cultivation.

January 2023
Global

Smallholder farmers residing in drylands represent the demographic most susceptible to the effects of climate change and variability. These individuals often grapple with limited resources, restricted access to credit, and a scarcity of arable land, which exacerbates their vulnerability. Managing climate risks within their production environment is not merely important, but a necessity.

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