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To strengthen resilience in the Horn of Africa against natural hazards like drought, which can lead to cattle losses and increased food insecurity, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is supporting pastoralists in northeastern Kenya’s Mandera County to grow pasture...
Production system: Livestock
What has been the impact of FFS over the past 15 years? What are the core domains of FFS impact: productivity, input use, adaptation to climate change, people’s empowerment, gender…? How is impact measured – and what could be improved?...
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Climate change can cause long-lasting, more frequent dry spells – a particular problem for pastoralists in the Horn of Africa as this leads to livestock losses, increased food insecurity and spiralling poverty. In Mandera County in northeastern Kenya, FAO is supporting pastoralists...
Production system: Livestock
FAO Malawi is set to kick-off three Farmer Field School (FFS) master trainer’s courses that will run from 8 October 2018 to 28 February 2019 . These courses aim to impart knowledge and skills to 90 government and non-governmental organization (NGO)...
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Bangkok, Thailand, 17-20 September 2018   A total of thirty-three participants (9 women) attended the Global Workshop on Impact Assessment and Monitoring and Evaluation of Farmer Field School programmes held from 17-20 September 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand. The workshop, jointly organized by FAO...
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