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Institutional & promotional materials
October 2017
Tunisia
Northern Africa

Rangelands in North Africa provide vital ecosystem services and play an important role in absorbing CO2. In Tunisia rangelands cover 4.5 million hectares – some 25% of the country’s total landmass. The sustainable management of these arid areas presents complex challenges for local authorities and the communities that depend on them.

Institutional & promotional materials
December 2017
Tunisia
Northern Africa

This template is related to the study "Identifying Women's needs related to rangeland governance". The purpose of this study is to explore gender roles, relations, constraints and opportunities in livestock production in interdependent agricultural systems of Tunisia, constituting of forest, rangelands and/or agriculture.

Reports & Research
December 2017
Tunisia
Northern Africa

Within the framework of its collaboration with Tunisia, the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), with the financial support of the CRP Livestock Program led by ILRI and the BMZ / GIZ, organized a workshop on "Partnerships to improve pastoral policies in Tunisia".

Reports & Research
January 2016
Malawi
Eastern Africa

According to the Malawi Land Act of 1965, three categories of land tenure exist in the country. These are private, public and customary land. Private land is all land held under a freehold title, a leasehold title or land registered under the Registered Land Act of 1967.

Conference Papers & Reports
December 2015
Uzbekistan
Central Asia

Irrational water use and mismanagement are at the root of several environmental problems in the Aral Sea Basin, including secondary salinization. Pre-season leaching (February-March) is a common practice of farmers to manage soil salinity challenges. For example, farmers in the Khorezm region tend applying up to 600 mm of leaching volume to prevent accumulation of salts in the root-zone.

Institutional & promotional materials
April 2019
Uzbekistan
Central Asia

Presentation on "Climate-resilient food legumes for higher and sustainable productivity of rain-fed crop lands in Central Asia" submitted during the Central Asia Climate Change Conference, 3-4 April 2019. Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Conference Papers & Reports
July 2015
Ethiopia
Eastern Africa

The database consists of data on soil properties of both on station and 20 farmer fields, household characteristics of 301 households, woreda level crop production statistics for the past 5 years, land use maps and data and long-term historical climate data for Adamitullu in Oromia region, Ethiopia

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