Partenariat mondial sur les sols

Archive des faits saillants

Born in Russia on 1st March 1846, Vasily Vasilyevich Dokuchaev is a very well-known figure to all soil scientists worldwide. 


Since its first years World Soil Day (WSD) - 5 December acted as a global celebration consisting of activities such as photography exhibitions, film festivals, lectures, panel discussions, puppet shows, food bazaars, tree planting, fashion shows, concerts, sports competitions, quizzes, drawing contests, seminars, workshops, speeches, public awareness campaigns and poetry recitals.These events involved not only FAO offices and GSP partners, but also international and national NGOs, politicians, international celebrities, musicians and local dignitaries, as well as farmers and soil practitioners themselves.

From the time of the World Soil Day 2018, we gather data and key results of the campaign, analyzing our outreach and publishing a comprehensive report: The 2018 ‘Be the solution to soil pollution’, 2019 ‘Stop soil erosion, Save our future’, and last year's World Soil Day ‘Keep soil alive, Protect soil biodiversity’.

Read the World Soil Day 2020 - Campaign Report


GCP/GLO/730/GER: Sustainable soil management for nutrition-sensitive agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia

Baliadangi, Chandina, Chuadanga


In the framework of the Global Soil Information System (GloSIS), the Armenian Soil Information System (ArmSIS) was launched on 5 December 2020 during the World Soil Day official celebration. 

Access to the ArmSIS Portal


Uganda project: Wednesday 27th January 2021

Rwanda project: Thursday 28th January 2021

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