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La région du Sahel est confrontée à des crises agropastorales récurrentes et cycliques, essentiellement dues à des sécheresses localisées et une forte variabilité climatique, exacerbées par des problèmes structurels et de détérioration de la sécurité. Ces crises ont des conséquences dramatiques sur les moyens d’existence des populations basés sur l’agriculture et l’élevage et aggravent l’insécurité alimentaire et la malnutrition des familles.

Year of publication: 2019
Organization: 欧洲联盟, 联合国粮食及农业组织 
Topic: 食品安全, 复原力
Language: Français
Type of document: 技术
Geographical coverage: 西部非洲

Following the impact of severe drought that decimated pasture, livestock and crops in 2018, the situation of millions of affected families in the Sahel is fragile. If adequate timely assistance is not provided, the food security situation will likely worsen with 9.7 million people projected to be severely food insecure during the upcoming lean season (June–August 2019). Despite overall good availability of fodder resources, access remains difficult in certain areas of Burkina FasoChadMali and the Niger where insecurity persists; in other areas – certain parts of Mauritania and Senegal – fodder resources have been depleted or are very limited.

Year of publication: 2019
Organization: 联合国粮食及农业组织 
Topic: 食品安全
Language: English
Type of document: 技术
Geographical coverage: 西部非洲

How best to secure land tenure for pastoralists is an ongoing challenge for governments, practitioners, lawyers, academics, and communities themselves. As a result, pastoral lands continue to be encroached, divided, and lost whilst mobility of people and livestock is blocked. This webinar describes innovations, successful practices and lessons learned from the presenter’s 15-year work on pastoral land tenure and governance. It mainly focuses on how research and technical support to governments, if used as an entry point can lead to policy impacting results.

Year of publication: 2019
Organization: 气候变化、农业和粮食安全研究计划, 国际畜牧研究所 
Topic: 土地
Language: English
Type of document: 技术, 视频
Geographical coverage: 东部非洲

Economic challenges, nutritional problems and climate instability are driving many people away from pastoralism in Ethiopia’s drylands. But securing alternative livelihoods requires new technical and life skills. Pastoralist Areas Resilience Improvement and Market Expansion (PRIME) was a USAID-led Feed the Future program that applied a market development and adaptive management approach to help pastoralists strengthen their systems. Therefore, simultaneously addressing economic needs and climate adaptation to increase resilience capacities. By working within pastoralist markets, PRIME helped people to be prepared for environmental shocks by strengthening systems and individual capacities with the underpinning theory that systems working in synergy must be strengthened simultaneously.

Year of publication: 2019
Organization: 个人作者 
Topic: 气候变化, 经济, 复原力, 社会服务
Language: English
Type of document: 技术
Geographical coverage: 东部非洲

This toolbox was developed within the framework of a pilot project to pilot Participatory Rangeland Management (PRM) in Kenya and Tanzania, managed by RECONCILE (Resource Conflict Institute) through the Rangelands Initiative of the International Land Coalition (ILC). The aim of the project is to test and develop PRM in Kenya and Tanzania with the intention to improve, scale up and mainstream this approach. It is implemented in line with the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure (VGGT). CELEP is involved in order to contribute to the overall project purpose, which is to attain secure and better use of rangelands (sustainable productivity) by local communities by developing a management model for PRM in Kenya and Tanzania. The toolbox provides a general background on the meaning and modalities of advocacy and proposes exercises to better define advocacy challenges, propose solutions and recommendations, map stakeholders and evaluate advocacy activities in function of their impact and how they contribute to the results.

Year of publication: 2019
Organization:  
Topic: 土地, 参与
Language: English
Type of document: 技术
Geographical coverage: 全球

The brief looks at the SDGs most relevant to the pastoral context, and assesses for each of them the main challenges as well as the steps needed to ensure that pastoralism can contribute to achieving the SDGs. These approaches are supported by concrete examples of interventions, provided by various CELEP members. With the right policies and practices in place, pastoralism can be a highly productive and adaptive production system that is resilient to climate change, can support food security through meat and dairy products, and can provide income and employment to dryland communities. In order to achieve the SDGs, it is essential that tailored interventions are in place that support the sustainable development of pastoral areas.

Year of publication: 2019
Organization:  
Topic: 气候变化, 经济, 食品安全, 土地, 组织, 参与, 复原力, 增加价值
Language: English
Type of document: 技术
Geographical coverage: 东部非洲

Ce guide a été préparé pour aider les décideurs impliqués dans la formulation de politiques et la planification des programmes à: (i) acquérir des connaissances de base sur l'approche CEP, en mettant l'accent sur la production animale, la santé et la commercialisation; (ii) se renseigner sur la contribution des CEP aux moyens d’existence des communautés tributaires de l'élevage dans divers contextes; (iii) reconnaître les conditions requises pour la mise en œuvre réussie des CEP sur l’élevage; et (iv) comprendre le potentiel de l'approche CEP dans un large éventail de systèmes de production animale et de contextes socio-économiques.

Year of publication: 2019
Organization: 联合国粮食及农业组织 
Topic: 教育, 食品安全
Language: Français
Type of document: 技术
Geographical coverage: 全球

Pastoralism is practiced by millions of people worldwide. It has roots in every part of the world and back thousands of years to the beginning of agriculture. But while pastoral societies have existed for millennia, we still don’t know that much about the interlinkages between pastoral practices and the rangelands these depend upon. It’s as if they are invisible in a lot of research about the global environment. There are many questions we cannot answer today with confidence because of widespread gaps in understanding rangelands and pastoralists. Yet, the answers to these questions have profound implications for national and global policy – and influence on how we will deal with climate change.

Year of publication: 2019
Organization: 联合国环境规划署 
Topic: 环境服务, 土地, 复原力
Language: English
Type of document: 技术
Geographical coverage: 全球
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