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

Evaluation and planning workshop on AAD’s restoration and communication activities 22 November 2017, Rome/Niamey – Action...
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Publication of NGARA framework of priorities

The regional Network for Natural Gums and Resins in Africa (NGARA), with support from...
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Developing the economic potential of Africa’s drylands

Action Against Desertification participates in regional conference of forest and farm producer organizations Morogoro, Tanzania...
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FAO’s work on dryland forests and landscapes was highlighted during the fifth Mediterranean Forest Week (MFW)

FAO’s work on dryland forests and landscapes was highlighted during the fifth Mediterranean Forest...




The Rome Promise

At its 22nd session in June 2014, the Committee on Forestry (COFO) requested FAO to “undertake a global assessment of the extent and status of drylands forests, rangelands and agrosilvopastoral systems”. During the event, several international agreements and initiatives calling for restoration of degraded lands were highlighted. Participants also highlighted that an appropriate [...]

Global Dryland Assessment

A wide range of methods and tools exist for monitoring and assessment of different aspects of drylands, as well as emerging new technologies and tools including FAO tools: LADA and Collect Earth. These methods should be used as building blocks and for [...]

Action Against Desertification

Action Against Desertification is an initiative of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) to restore drylands and degraded lands in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific to tackle the detrimental social, economic and environmental impact of land degradation [...]