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World Agroforestry (ICRAF) is an independent not-for-profit research organization working to put trees on farms and into the landscape.
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WaterLandEcosystems 6h
Improved planning tools for interventions are urgently needed. This decision analysis approach helps decision makers efficiently allocate resources to enhance the effectiveness of policy decisions for
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World Agroforestry 11h
Join over 200 farmers, project implementers, CSOs and high-level decision makers at Global Soil Week 2019 as they set the agenda for an for Sustainable & Agriculture in Africa. Connect, share and follow the event via
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Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) 12h
Nature is decreasing worldwide at an alarming rate – and knowledge is key to find the solution. Be part of the global conversation at on 22 - 23 June. Register now!
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CGIAR 17h
Reversing ‘dangerous decline’ of nature requires global initiatives to engage both men and women:
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CGIAR FTA May 25
“We have about twenty years to change our acts before something irreversible happens,” said Robert Nasi, DG of , in the opening plenary of the Kyoto event last week. The discussions continue next month at GLF Bonn.
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SIANI Agriculture May 24
NEW | Can homegardens remedy food insecurity? And is this agricultural technique feasible and effective for delivering on its climate promises? Find out: cc
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Focali May 24
Ann Degrande socio-economist in Cameroon on why is important in : ” & perceptions differ between groups - diversify your messages & methods!”👩🏽‍🌾Stay tuned for more - videos fr
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WaterLandEcosystems May 25
We need to reduce and reverse degradation. New videos highlight sobering report findings. Contributions to report w/ , &
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World Agroforestry May 24
40 reasons why there is 14) To strengthen ecological architecture Publication | Digital Diffusion for Inclusive Agroecosystems:
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World Agroforestry May 24
Landscape restoration is extremely expensive, very challenging, context-specific – and absolutely essential to ensuring livelihoods, fighting climate change and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Wrap-up of :
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World Agroforestry May 24
consists of two parts - a Technical Segment from 27-28 May to build the evidence base from case studies & a High-Level Segment from 29-30 May to peer-review and discuss results with relevant actors of an . Join the conversation next week via
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Regreening Africa Apr 17
“To ensure of our scaling efforts, wants to address underlying root causes of environmental, social, institutional & policy bottlenecks to ensure directly benefits the of communities” ~ Senior Advisor, .
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SHARED Decision Hub May 23
presenting decision dashboards to staff - unique co-design approach with intended users such as government focal points & project staff - to endure data & evidence is easily accessible for decision making & implementation.
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Focali May 23
Lalisa Duguma Kenya ”We need to change the narrative from 'tree planting' to 'tree growing' so we can reach objectives!" 🌱🌳New long-term partnerships needed! 🤝 by Focali - ping
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CGIAR FTA May 23
Oil-palm : fostering socially inclusive and production in
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World Agroforestry May 23
40 reasons why there is 13) To support the development of "green" economies Publication | Harnessing the Potential of Trees on Farms to Contribute to a Green Economy in the Philippines:
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CTCN May 23
Great opportunity, join our team in Copenhagen! Call for Applications: CTCN Programme
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Regreening Africa May 23
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Knowledge acquired by participants will be cascaded to field agents & lead farmers to support efforts. Plans for seedling production & 🌲planting with potential value chains, are in place for Mion, Bakwu West & Garu Tampane districts in Ghana
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CCAFS May 23
Tradition & religious beliefs play important roles in farmers adoption of climate vulnerability reduction. We need to regard beliefs to scale up
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SHARED Decision Hub May 23
Presenting work underway on earth observation Earth observation & GIS workshop. Explaining our co-design approach to make the latest science & data innovations accessible to target audiences
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