|Virtual briefing on reporting agricultural research for development||May 23, 2013||
A virtual briefing has been developed which discusses issues surrounding the development of guidelines for improved and standardised reporting of agricultural research for development (AR4D).
|New research program on dryland systems||May 23, 2013||
The CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Systems has just been launched with the aim of raising agricultural productivity and strengthening food security in the driest areas of the developing world.
|Trees on farms work for Niger but extension and development sector need convincing||May 23, 2013||
Keeping trees and shrubs on farms in southern Niger is helping farmers increase yields and providing them with firewood and other tree products.
|Trees from the mangroves to the mountains in the Philippines||May 22, 2013||
The Unified Tree of Life (UTOL) program in the Philippines is planting trees from the mangroves to the mountains in the province of Oriental Mindoro with the aim of improving livelihoods and promot
|Agroforestry to aid rehabilitation in Côte d'Ivoire||May 21, 2013||
A new project has been announced to rehabilitate Côte d'Ivoire's degraded forest lands, including the establishment of agroforestry systems to provide food products.
|Important forest ruling for Indonesia||May 21, 2013||
Indigenous and local communities may have obtained the right to manage their customary forests through a ruling in Indonesia's Constitutional Court.
|Ghana’s cocoa farmers learn to adapt to climate change||May 20, 2013||
In Bia-Juabeso region of Ghana, the Rainforest Alliance is providing climate change education and training to help smallholder cocoa farmers adapt.
|Landscape approach can help in water conflict||May 20, 2013||
The key to resolving conflict over water is to develop a shared understanding of watershed functions and land use patterns, and reconcile the diverse interests and expectations of multiple stakehol
|Landscape management addresses conflict in central Africa||May 17, 2013||
Conflict-sensitive landscape management is proving successful in mitigating conflict in parts of central Africa.
|Building climate resilience in the Solomon Islands||May 17, 2013||
A new project in the Choiseul province of the Solomon Islands will see the establishment of community nurseries, agroforestry and small livestock demonstration farms, and the introduction of climat