Action Against Desertification

Addis Ababa. The European union and FAO renewed their commitment to accelerate support for implementing the Great Green Wall (GGW) through the launch at the African Union of a ‘’Knowledge for Great Green Wall Action (or “K4GGWA”) project during the GGW...
Applying the large-scale land restoration model devised by Action Against Desertification (AAD), the BRIDGES project (Boosting Restoration, Income, Development, Generating Ecosystem Services) has brought restoration up-to-scale in Kassala in eastern Sudan, a region bordering Ethiopia and Eritrea affected by drought...
With 18% of total degraded land, Mauritania is the Sahelian country with the second highest rate of land degradation. The country is especially affected by the encroachment of moving sand, with severe impacts on people and the environment. At the...
Bakel, Senegal – Since 2015, the Action Against Desertification (AAD) programme has been supporting the Great Green Wall (GGW) implementation in northern Senegal, bringing many positive benefits to communities, the environment and for biodiversity conservation. Over 8000 hectares of severely...
JOINT NEWS RELEASE 13 July 2021, Accra - A data collection and analysis initiative led by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the African Union Commission (AUC) has revealed 7 billion trees outside forests for the first...
« Previous 1 2 3 4 5 ... 13