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Peer-reviewed publication
January 2023
Tunisia

Soil erosion is an important environmental problem that can have various negative consequences, such as land degradation, which affects sustainable development and agricultural production, especially in developing countries like Tunisia. Moreover, soil erosion is a major problem around the world because of its effects on soil fertility by nutriment loss and siltation in water bodies.

January 2023
Tunisia

With the ever-increasing rates of malnutrition, both overnutrition and undernutrition, improving agricultural and consumption practices globally plays a critical role in supporting sustainable diets.

January 2023
Tunisia

This country brief is an output of the Agroecology Initiative's Work Package 5, dedicated to understanding and subsequently influencing behavior change and actor agency to achieve its goals. It leverages insights from an inventory of agroecology-related initiatives and key informant interviews to extract lessons from previous initiatives in Tunisia.

January 2023
Tunisia
Turkey
Morocco
United States of America
Norway

Context and backgroundThe land is a finite resource for which competition is intensifying due to rapid urbanization, population growth, economic necessities... In Morocco, the land is increasingly seen as an obstacle and a major constraint on several levels. . In the industrial sector, the land is an essential lever for investment.

January 2023
Tunisia

Faba bean (Vicia faba L.) is the most cultivated grain legume representing 70% of the total food legume planted area in Tunisia (Khamassi et al., 2021), followed by chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). These crops offer an important and inexpensive source of high-quality protein in the diets and a valuable source of nutritious fodder for livestock.

January 2023
Tunisia

Silvopastoral systems, integrating trees, shrubs, and livestock, offer an innovative approach to sustainable land use. Key to success is the strategic selection of forage crops, tailored to climatic and soil conditions, promoting system resilience and productivity.

January 2023
Tunisia

On September 18, 2023, the One CGIAR initiative on Livestock and Climate, in collaboration with the Direction General des Forets (DGF) and the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), hosted a webinar addressing the challenges and opportunities in leveraging native species for the restoration of degraded silvopastoral systems in Tunisia.

January 2023
Tunisia

The 4-Wheel Approach is built upon knowledge hubs and partnerships. These knowledge hubs encompass physical structures, such as formal and informal training centers. The purpose of these hubs is to disseminate knowledge, potentially through established partnerships with stakeholders.

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