New study examines the potential for increasing lentil production across eight countries in East Africa in order to improve food security and growth opportunities for rural economies.
Sustainable rangeland management and regulation pave the way to improved livelihoods and ecological health in southern Ethiopia.
The article provides a conceptual framework for better optimizing crop residue use in order to sustainably improve the productivity of drylands farming systems.
Restoration of degraded land for food security and poverty reduction in East Africa and the Sahel
The short video showcases the inspiring evidence of how trees can transform peoples’ lives and landscapes through the story of two rural dryland communities in northern Ethiopia.
The book provides a synthesis of scientific and indigenous knowledge on trees and their role in the resilience of ecosystems, people and livelihoods in the drylands of Eastern Africa.
Women have been gaining control, mostly as the result of a natural process that requires them to take charge, while their husbands are working off-farm.
Organized through an Innovation Platform, farmers have been empowered to take better decisions regarding production, storage, selling of their common bean produce in new markets.
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