Action Against Desertification

Alongside large scale restoration of 1000 ha of degraded land with selected local species planted over three years, AAD is also supporting wildlife conservation in Khoily Alpha's village nature reserve through the reintroduction of the Sahel scimitar oryx (Oryx dammah)...
Bees, trees and landscapes are interdependent. Bees depend on biodiverse habitats for forage, and at the same time bees provide important pollination services to many plants and trees, and are vital for the regeneration of healthy ecosystems. Beekeeping can enhance...
Under the ever-increasing threat of climate change and biodiversity loss, desertification calls for a response of unprecedented urgency. Land restoration has moved to the top of the international agenda, as demonstrated by the proclamation, in March 2019, of a UN...
Téra, Niger - "In the last ten years we have lost a third of our crop fields because of rainwater runoff. Now, we can no longer live off our land, “says Hassane Abdoulaye from Téra, a city 190 km to...
In its intervention model, the consultation and discussion framework set up by Action Against Desertification (AAD) actively encourage communities to establish a community management committee (COGES) for the restoration sites. The representative of the committee oversees and mobilizes communities for...
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