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Forest Management Governance: Community leaders share experiences

Forest Management Governance :Community leaders share experiences

Forty-eight community representatives from fourteen community organisations, including eighteen women, drawn from various parts of Cameroon and six others from Nepal, Guatemala, Kenya, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic and Tanzania, met from 5-7 March 2009 in Yaounde to share experiences. In total, more than sixty participants from seven countries and three continents participated in this forum.

Improving Watershed Management in Ethiopia

Coinciding with the project launch, the Ethiopia Country office facilitated a consultative and planning workshop at the beginning of February with farmers, village and

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Improving Watershed Management in Ethiopia
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Enhancing Integrated Watershed Management with Climate Smart Agriculture

ICRAF pilot-tests inclusion of fertilizer trees in Malawi’s Farm Input Subsidy Program

It was a busy day for the staff of the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development as they distribute coupons and farm inputs to farmers in Dedza

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ICRAF pilot-tests inclusion of fertilizer trees in Malawi
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Distribution of FISP coupons and Tephrosia seed.

Yacouba Ouedraogo the Project Manager of the “Regional Programme: Enhancing food and water security in the Sahel and Horn of Africa”

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“Enhancing food and water security in the Sahel and Horn of Africa”
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Yacouba Ouedraogo shares interesting insights about the programme and its milestones in the inception year.

Celebrating a Transformative Partnership with Irish Aid in Tigray, Ethiopia

On 7 November 2014, Michael D. Higgins, the President of Ireland accompanied by H.E. Mr.

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Celebrating a Transformative Partnership with Irish Aid in Tigray, Ethiopia
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Michael D Higgins, the Irish President plants a tree at the Damayno nursery.

The DGIS Project: One year later in Ethiopia

The Ethiopia implementation team of the DGIS project met in Addis Ababa on 9-12 December 2014, for the Inception Year Lesson Sharing, Validation, and Planning W

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The DGIS Project: One year later in Ethiopia
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Participants during the Inception Year Lesson Sharing, Validation, and Planning Workshop in Addis Ababa.

Accelerating transformation towards Climate-Smart Agriculture in Tanzania

The Tanzania National Climate Change and Agriculture Workshop held in Dar es Salaam from 15-16 October gathered quantifiable evidence and summarized knowledge gaps and recommendations that could ac

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Accelerating transformation towards Climate-Smart Agriculture in Tanzania
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Kaisa Karttunen, MICCA Pilot Projects Coordinator, shaking hands with Mr. Fabian Mkondo, Assistant Director of Plant Health Services, during the closing session of the workshop.

Irish Ambassador and Irish Aid delegates visit new ICRAF research site in Ethiopia

On 10 September 2014, Irish Government delegates visited ICRAF-Ethiopia’s new research and development program in Tigray, which aims to enhance farm productivit

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Irish Ambassador and Irish Aid delegates visit new ICRAF research site in Ethiopia
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Land degradation, population pressures and the changing climate are major challenges for farmers in the North of Ethiopia.

Assessing Quick Win Activities related to Water Management in Ethiopia

One of the mandates of the Water Management Unit working under Eastern and Southern Africa (ESAf) region at ICRAF is to ensure that water management is incorpor

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Assessing Quick Win Activities related to Water Management in Ethiopia
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Dapetros micro watershed in Tigray region.
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