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Janeiro 2024
Quirguistão

Can the establishment of private property rights to land improve child health and nutrition outcomes? We exploit a natural experiment in the Kyrgyz Republic following the collapse of socialism, whereby the government rapidly liquidated state and collective farms containing 75 percent of agricultural land and distributed it to individuals, providing 99-year transferable use rights.

Janeiro 2024
Togo

Contexte et justification :Le feu de végétation demeure une technique de gestion et d’aménagement des aires protégées. Elle peut aussi se révéler négative pour la conservation des écosystèmes forestiers et la biodiversité.But et objectifs :L’étude s’est focalisée sur la dynamique de la végétation et du feu de végétation du Parc National Fazao-Malfakassa (RFFM) au Togo.

Janeiro 2024
Bahrein

Building healthier and more sustainable food systems while reducing poverty is a major goal of the Ghanaian government.

Janeiro 2024
Global

Africa produces around 60% of the rice the continent consumes, relying heavily on rice imports to fulfill the rest of the domestic demand. Over the past 10 years, the rice-agricultural area increased nearly 40%, while average yield remained stagnant.

Janeiro 2024
Etiópia

Land degradation is a severe environmental problem in the northern and northwestern Ethiopian highlands. As a response to increasing land degradation, rehabilitation of degraded grazing lands through exclosures (exclusion of farmers and domestic animals) has been undertaken.

Janeiro 2024
Nigéria

The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the Federal Government of Nigeria implemented the Nigeria Value Chain Development Program (VCDP) across six Nigerian states with the objective to improve farmer organizations’ collective efficacy, and alleviate poverty via improving rice and cassava production, farmers’ incomes, and value chain integration.

Janeiro 2024
Índia

The global discourse within the realm of agriculture has been dominated with challenges of food security (FAO, 2022), (HLPE, Food security and nutrition: building a global narrative towards 2030, 2020) loss of biodiversity, environmental pollution and resource degradation and climate change.

Janeiro 2024
Global

Egypt’s quota of Nile River water has been constant since the 1950s, despite the continual agricultural land expansion. To facilitate land reclamation, Egypt has reallocated Nile water from downstream users, mostly smallholders in the ‘old lands’ of the Delta.

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