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The Voluntary Guidelines for Sustainable Soil Management provide technical and policy recommendations on how sustainable soil management can be achieved. Their successful implementation will pave the way to boosting soil health.


The Global Soil Partnership and the sub-regional FAO office for North Africa are conducting a training workshop on digital soil mapping of salt-affected soils in Tunis, Tunisia. More than 20 representatives from 13 countries of the Near East and North Africa region are attending the workshop. 


The GSP Secretariat visited the William's Soil-Agronomic Museum, in Moscow, guided by colleagues from the Timiryazev Academy and accompanied by the representative of the FAOLOR office and the international expert who directs the museum's modernization and refurbishment activities. The needs of the Museum were discussed and a workplan for the next months was agreed between the parties.


International Center for Biosaline Agriculture (ICBA), Dubai, UAE, 21 Nov 2019 

On the occasion of the ICBA 20th anniversary celebrations, the Global Forum on Innovations for Marginal Environments (GFIME) was organized in view of the major impact of soil and water salinization and climate change on ecosystems, agricultural productivity, livelihoods and food security worldwide.


Through the new project 'Sustainable soil management for nutrition-sensitive agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia' the Global Soil Partnership is supporting FAO member countries to apply sustainable soil management practices in an effort to improve the nutritional quality of locally-produced foods to address micronutrient deficiencies in people.

Project webpage