Regreening Africa is an ambitious programme running from 2017-2023 that aims to reverse land degradation on 1 million hectares across 8 countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Regreening Africa integrates trees into crop and communal areas along with complementary restoration practices and approaches to enhance inclusion, value chains, policy, and local governance. Five years into implementation, Regreening Africa would like to share its experience and lessons through a roundtable event with all partners.
The Regreening Africa Roundtable will have three sessions:
Session 1: Scaling out context-based practices
Session 2: Regreening Africa science-practice-policy partnership
Session 3: Economic (value chains and markets) and policies
Date and time: 6 September 2022, 13:00-17:00 (EAT)