Regreening Africa team trained 16 farmers in videography in Kenya. Two lead farmers tell their regreening story.
By Manjulika Das The potential for eco-restoration in Africa is immense and notably so. Around two-thirds of the continent remains degraded with 700 million hectares of land in urgent need of restoration. Dr. Susan Chomba holds a Ph.D. in Forest Governance, and works...
The former conflict zone in Somalia is undergoing a renaissance through restoration of land that brings incomes, food security and hope.
Working together in eight countries in Africa is restoring hope, land and livelihoods for hundreds of thousands of people.
Smallholders in Ethiopia are set to benefit from development of tree value-chains.
We need to take a step back and reflect on the land-restoration technologies and approaches we are promoting and for whom we are promoting them. Great ideas are in place, yes, but are these what farmers want and need?
Delegates at Global Soil Week 2019 push for effective land governance, local governance structures, extension services and finance and markets to ensure sustainable and climate resilient agriculture.
Thousands of farmers are set to benefit from land restoration in the drought- and strife-stricken country.