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Unlocking the power of collaborative, on-the-ground learning and adaptation

Unlocking the power of collaborative, on-the-ground learning and adaptation

The most recent Regreening Africa Joint Reflection and Learning Missions (JRLMs) were designed using the SHARED (Stakeholder Approach to Risk Informed and Evidence-based Decision-making) method. The result was an innovative monitoring, reflection and co-learning opportunity between all project partners, across seven countries.

Could tree regeneration hold out hope for Africa’s vulnerable smallholder farmers?

Could tree regeneration hold out hope for Africa’s vulnerable smallholder farmers?

Sub-Sahara Africa’s 70 percent food is produced by smallholder farmers, mostly the women who are vulnerable to harsh climatic conditions which affect crop production leading to food insecurity which has for decades caused death and malnutrition. With deforestation becoming a key contributor to the worsening climate crisis for farmers, efforts are underway to curb this.

Reversing land degradation in Africa by scaling-up evergreen agriculture

Reversing land degradation in Africa by scaling-up evergreen agriculture

Mr. Lutta Alphayo a PhD student in the department of Land resource management and agricultural technology (LARMAT) presented a poster on “reversing land degradation in Africa by scaling-up evergreen agriculture”’ in the just concluded workshop on “Re-greening Kenya...

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