Agroforestry is helping farmers in Mali increase their resilience to the impacts of drought and climate change and providing them with a range of products.
Nigeria is home to a wide range of plant species with medicinal value, but the potential of many of these is yet to be unearthed, reports an article in Punch.
Watershed areas are the most appropriate landscape units to manage natural resources, writes Edi Purwanto, Director of Tropenbos International’s Indonesia Program in an article in the Jakarta P
African leaders have agreed to end hunger and cut poverty in half by 2025 by signing the Malabo Declaration during a meeting of the Assembly of the African Union Heads of State and Government.
The imminent food security crisis in the Asia Pacific region will be the focus of a summit to be attended by representatives from over 300 governments, UN and intergovernmental agencies, NGOs, deve
The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) has plans to “re-ignite” agroforestry across the Pacific, according to an interview on ABC radio Australia.
Farmers, students and teachers in the South Pacific nation of Tonga are receiving training in agroforestry as part of a broader program to tackle the adverse effects of climate change on food produ
Volunteer farmer trainers are helping dairy farmers in East Africa increase milk yields, but how can we make sure they remain doing this important work.
Indonesia’s incoming government is being urged to remain committed to ongoing efforts to reduce carbon emissions, reports the Jakarta Post through an interview with the chairman of the Red
An article on DevEx looks at the contribution agricultural research has made to development in the Horn of Africa – particularly Ethiopia - in the past 30 years since devastating famine hi