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Filming for more resilient food systems? The participatory video approach is spreading

31 March 2021
The Resilient Food Systems (RFS) programme is one of three Integrated Approach Pilot programmes financed by GEF during the Sixth Replenishment Cycle (GEF-6). It aims to improve the resilience and sustainability of smallholder agricultural systems while generating global environmental benefits. Despite challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, RFS has continued to progress

The “DRIP(ple)” down effect – a revived drylands tool for enhanced knowledge sharing and greater upscaling

18 March 2021
As a response to serious threats and pressures in the drylands, various initiatives and projects have been or are being planned and undertaken to maintain the health of soils in these regions, and to prevent, halt, or reverse land degradation processes in an effort to maintain land degradation neutrality, point

From the ground up – Women at the forefront of sustainable forest and land management implementation

09 March 2021
Centuries of challenges and women breaking barriers have led us to a time where participatory approaches are now possible and ever more needed. This year’s International Women’s Day on the 8th March 2021 highlights the role of women in leadership and the key roles they fulfil at various levels (“as health care workers, caregivers, innovators, community

The FAO-CARE-CGIAR partnership takes one step further

02 March 2021
On February 26, 2021, a meeting between the FAO, CARE International UK and the Consultative Group for International Agriculture Research (CGIAR) was held to discuss the next steps for the technical working paper they will be producing together. This work is being produced alongside the Conflict and Peace Unit (CPU), sitting

Who holds the camera? A two-day training of trainers on participatory video approaches

26 February 2021
Following the launch of the webinar series Navigating the Participatory Approach at the end of January 2021, a virtual training of trainers (ToT) was held on 24th-25th February 2021, counting 25 participants from Tanzania, Zambia, Angola, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Botswana. Navigating the Participatory Approach is part of the initiative Making every

Launching the Webinar Series “Navigating the Participatory Approach”

03 February 2021
On the 29th of January 2021, in the context of the initiative Making every voice count for adaptive management, FAO’s Dryland Forestry team and South-South and Triangular Cooperation Division launched the webinar series entitled Navigating the Participatory Approach. The webinars falling under this theme will take place on a bi-monthly basis in order to provide a common place for all

Investigating the nexus between dryland forests, climate change and conflict

02 February 2021
 Yet another groundbreaking partnership has taken place within the team of FAO’s Dryland Forestry. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) have formally partnered with CARE International UK and the Consultative Group for International Agriculture Research (CGIAR) to produce a joint technical working paper, which will focus

Paving the way to a new and improved Dryland Restoration Initiative Platform (DRIP) tool

23 December 2020
Home to around 25% of the world population, Drylands contain some of the most threatened and disregarded ecosystems facing pressures due to climate change-related extended droughts, regional warming and an ever-growing human population inevitably increasing risks of land degradation and desertification. Many restoration initiatives are being implemented in drylands, but

Making every voice count for adaptive management initiative

30 October 2020
Using participatory video approaches as an interactive platform to support networking, knowledge generation, and documenting and disseminating knowledge assets and lessons learned.  On the 27th and 28th of October 2020, the South-South and Triangular Cooperation Division, the Forestry Division and the Partnership and UN Collaboration of the Food and Agriculture Organization

Action Against Desertification to restore 18 000 hectares of degraded land along Africa’s Great Green Wall in 2018

01 December 2017
Evaluation and planning workshop on AAD’s restoration and communication activities 22 November 2017, Rome/Niamey – Action Against Desertification (AAD) plans to restore 18 000 hectares of degraded lands in ten African countries to support the expansion of Africa’s Great Green Wall in 2018. This is the main outcome of a workshop held in
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