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Inception Workshop Report - BMP

The Horn of Africa (HoA), also referred to as the IGAD region which includes Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, and Uganda. This region comprises of diverse landscapes and ecosystems.

Partnership in the Tropical Forest Margins: a 20-year journey in Search of Alternatives to Slash-and-Burn.

This book synthesizes ASB’s work over the past 20 years based upon all of the policy briefs that have been published over this period of time. This included a large number of policy briefs which have been published as a result of the REALU I, REALU II and SECURED Landscapes projects.

Habiyaremye et al, 2014. Occurrence and abundance of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) in agroforestry systems of Rubavu and Bugesera Districts in Rwanda- Journal Article- Rwanda WP 2

Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) help to facilitate mobilization of nutrients from soil to plant. The study was carried out in humid Rubavu and semi-arid Bugesera districts in Rwanda. We hypothesized that the presence of tree species in farming systems enhances mycorrhizal fungal density.

FoodAfrica is harnessing ecosystem based approaches for food security.

Climate change is one of the major factors affecting food security in Africa. This fact has been underscored by the severe droughts experienced recently in the Sahel and the Horn of Africa.

The new year brings a new gear for the FoodAfrica programme.

In 2014 the FoodAfrica programme will reach its half-way milestone. This means that it is time to start focusing on disseminating the results of the work packages implemented in the Programme countries.

FoodAfrica is approaching its halfway milestone.

The FoodAfrica Programme is soon approaching its halfway milestone, and registration to our Midterm Seminar in Helsinki in June will be opened next month. We had a very successful annual meeting in Kampala at the end of January.

Midterm seminar highlights findings from the first half of FoodAfrica.

FoodAfrica has reached its halfway. Since the launch of the programme in spring 2012, research and development activities have been underway and are expected to make important contributions to improve food security in sub-Saharan Africa.

From midterm seminar to midterm review: FoodAfrica Newsletter.

Although it is in the nature of research to achieve results only towards the end of a project, much has already happened within FoodAfrica. This became evident at the midterm seminar in Helsinki in June, where the first results were presented and discussed.

The Link (East & Southern Africa Region Newsletter) Volume 5

Dear Readers, this is the fifth issue of ICRAF Eastern Africa’s e-newsletter, The Link, which shares with you short articles, events, publications and other exciting news from across the region.

Living Standards Measurement Study Newsleter, Fall 2014 Issue 1

Welcome to the Living Standards Measurement Study (LSMS) newsletter!

Six month extension to the FoodAfrica programme: FoodAfrica Newsletter .

The Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland has decided to extend the FoodAfrica Programme period by six months until the end of June 2016.