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Partnerships makes strides in promoting sustainable land management in Africa

Multi-year effort offers valuable lessons in how to halt land degradation and desertification

17 June 2016, Rome - Improved land management strategies and technologies being used across sub-Saharan Africa are helping protect the environment, boost agricultural productivity, strengthen livelihoods and enhance food security, according to a new study. The document - published by the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) and its TerrAfrica partners, including FAO, takes stock of lessons learned during the five-year TerrAfrica Strategic Investment Program (SIP) for sustainable land management. 

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