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Boosting smallholding teak in Indonesia

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Boosting smallholding teak in Indonesia
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Although smallholders' teak systems in Indonesia provide 40% of household income, a number of constraints limit their productivity. A study highlights what can be done to boost productivity and incomes.

What could stop the conversion of the Tripa orangutan habitat?

 A mix of regulations, i

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What could stop the conversion of the Tripa orangutan habitat?
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The Tripa forest in Aceh province, Indonesia, is the last remaining peat-swamp habitat of the Sumatran orangutan. What can be done to save it from threatened conversion to oil palm plantations?

'Talking toolkit' training: gathering farmers’ adaptation strategies

How do we

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'Talking toolkit' training
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Development workers in Viet Nam have been trained in the use of the Talking Toolkit, a series of discussion techniques that draw out farmers' knowledge about how to make their farms climate-change resistant

World Food Day 2013: Agroforestry supports sustainable food systems

16 October 2013—Today, the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) joins the global community in marking World Food Day.

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World Food Day 2013: Agroforestry supports sustainable food systems
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On World Food Day 2013, ICRAF reflects on how agroforestry systems around the world contribute towards sustainable food systems for food security and nutrition

Survey identifies emerging trends in data needed for sustainable agriculture in Africa

Now available for download: A survey and analysis of the data requirements for stakeholders in African agriculture

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Survey identifies emerging trends in data needed for sustainable agriculture in Africa
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Promoting and supporting sustainable intensification of agriculture in Africa needs accessible and useful data

Escalating the fight against land degradation

The processes of land degradation can be slowed, stopped and even reversed by applying appropriate technologies, many of which already exist and are being used successfully in West African countrie

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Fighting land degradation
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Land degradation can be slowed, stopped and even reversed with technologies that already exist

CGIAR on the recent tragic events in Nairobi

We are all shocked by the tragic events that unfolded in Nairobi’s Westgate Mall in recent days.

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CGIAR on the recent tragic events in Nairobi
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CGIAR on the recent tragic events in Nairobi

Farewell Visit by Prof. August Temu to ICRAF Kisumu

ICRAF Kisumu office was privileged to host a farewell visit of Prof. August Temu, accompanied by EA Coordinator Dr. Jeremias Mowo on 16th August 2013.

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Farewell Visit by Prof. August Temu to ICRAF Kisumu
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Cake cutting by August Temu and ICRAF Kisumu staff

Towards A Sustainable Land Management And Food Secure Community In Greater Masaka District, Uganda - Experience Of MADLACC.

Media Release: Masaka District Landcare Chapter (MADLACC) implements successful Landcare projects with the support of the

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Towards A Sustainable Land Management And Food Secure Community In Greater Masaka District, Uganda - Experience Of MADLACC.
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A pupil at Butale Primary School explains how they grow yams to provide food during the dry season, as part of the Junior Landcare programme.

Training of farmers on during KARI-KIBOS Open Day

KARI-Kibos being one of CCAFS collaborators had drawn a lot of interest with lower Nyando farmers and it’s on this basis that 50 farmers working under FOKO, NECODEP and

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Training of farmers on during KARI-KIBOS Open Day
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Training of farmers on climate-smart agricultural practices and technology that could help improves on-farm productivity during KARI-KIBOS Open Day
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