Agroforestry News

Agroforestry News

Rural women transform their lives and landscapes in Ghana

Women farmers in the drylands of Ghana are overcoming harsh conditions to build a future for themselves and their families.

Former Centre scientist to serve on CGIAR Science Council

Thomas Tomich has been appointed to the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) Independent Science and Partnership Council.

Community radio helps Indian farmers prepare for drought

Radio Bundelkhand 90.4 FM has begun broadcasting special programs on drought-resilient farming practices such as agroforestry.

Korea to fund agroforestry project in Philippine province

Smallholder farmers in the Philippine province of Quirino will benefit from new livelihood activities, including agroforestry, as part of a project funded by the Korean Government.

Nigeria’s efforts for the Great Green Wall

The Nigerian state of Katsina is raising 2.5 million seedlings each year to combat desertification and play its part in the Great Green Wall initiative.

Ecological approaches needed for nutrition and food security

Food will become less nutritious in a changing climate, according to a new study by Harvard University, which makes it all the more important to find ecological approaches to agriculture.

Viet Nam could profit from Macadamia

Venturing into Macadamia production could help farmers in Vietnam increase their incomes.

Climate-smart farms

Climate-smart farms are showcasing how farmers can adapt to a changing climate while maintaining yields and livelihoods.

Study highlights massive benefits from diversification and new technologies

The results of a study in Uganda and India show that by shifting agricultural policy to encourage crop diversification and use of new water and energy saving technologies, water use and energy cost

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