Senegal and Agriculture and food
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- Young People and Policy Narratives in sub-Saharan Africa
- N. A. Anyidoho, H. Kayuni, J. Ndungu, J. Leavy, M. Sall, G. Tadele and J. Sumberg / Future Agricultures Consortium, 2012
- by Nana Akua Anyidoho, Happy Kayuni, John Ndungu, Jennifer Leavy, Mohamadou Sall, Getnet Tadele and James Sumberg FAC Working Paper 32 This paper is about the portrayal of youth in policy documentation in sub-Saharan Afr...
- Obstacles and opportunities in the use of ICTs by resource-poor farmers, women and youth in ACP countries
- N. Hafkin; H. Hodame / International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (World Conservation Union), 2002
- This report examines the digital divide that exists between developing nations of Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific and the rest of the world. The report highlights the following issues: Gender, ICTs and agri...
- Tools and methodologies for monitoring and evaluating agriculture and rural development
- B. Hall (ed); N. Okidegbe; T. Marchant; et al / Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2009
- While donors and development practitioners still lack a common framework of results indicators to measure the effectiveness of development assistance, this sourcebook sets out a menu of core indicators that can be used to monitor...
- Can urban agriculture generate adequate livelihoods and food security?
- M. Redwood (ed) / International Development Research Centre, 2009
- This report, by researchers working in urban agriculture (UA), examines concrete strategies to integrate city farming into the urban landscape. Drawing on original field work in cities across the rapidly urbanising global South, the b...
- Increasing popular participation to enhance the efficiency of Senegalese land and decentralisation policies
- J. Faye / Drylands Programme, IIED, 2008
- Land and decentralisation policies in Senegal have been closely linked since the country became independent in 1960. Although local governments manage public lands and participate in the management of special areas, the actual degree ...
- Climate change and sub-Saharan Africa: points of vulnerability and potential for adaptation
- H. Connor; L. Mqadi; P. Mukheibir / HELIO International, 2007
- Africa is vulnerable to climate change on two fronts: firstly, because of existing vulnerabilities and secondly, due to capacity limitations for disaster mitigation and inability to adapt to climate change. There is an urgent nee...
- Involving women in fisheries and coastal resource management
- A. Soumare / Gender and Water Alliance, 2008
- During the last twenty years pressure on marine resources in Senegal has increased so significantly that fish have become scarce. Despite their involvement in the use of coastal and marine resources around the world, many women face b...
- Review of legislation indicates significant discrimination preventing women from owning land across Africa
- B. Scholz; M. Gomez / Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions, 2004
- In this report, the COHRE Women and Housing Rights Programme (WHRP) documents the fact that under both statutory and customary law, the overwhelming majority of women in sub-Saharan Africa (regardless of their marital status) cannot o...
- Pesticide use in Africa: doing more harm than good?
- Stephanie Williamson / id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2003
- Pesticide use in Africa has increased dramatically in recent years, despite the escalating costs and the fact that they are becoming less effective. This is creating a dependency on pesticides amongst farmers, threatening food safety,...
- Population growth, urbanisation and the livestock revolution in West Africa
- M. Tiffen / International Livestock Research Institute, 2001
- Population growth and urbanisation are driving a livestock revolution. Mixed farming systems are the present and the foreseeable future of West African livestock systems, with concurrent changes in livestock feeding systems and the ro...