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  1. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    novembre, 2019
    Tunisie

    Ce guide est le fruit d’une série de sessions de renforcement des capacités sur le Consentement Préalable, donné librement et en connaissance de cause (CPLCC) organisé par la FAO et l’Agence Foncière Agricole (AFA) entre mai et novembre 2018*.

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    Documents et rapports de conférence
    février, 2021
    Tunisie, Mauritanie

    This paper presents how the active use and contextualisation of the principles of the
    Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and
    Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGT) by national stakeholders in
    Mauritania and Tunisia contributed to changing the approach to tackling tenure challenges
    in the two member countries of the Maghreb Arab Union.
    In Mauritania, we see how the model of establishing multi-stakeholder platforms (MSPs)

  3. Library Resource
    Final evaluation Maghreb
    Rapports et recherches
    juillet, 2020
    Maroc, Tunisie, Mauritanie

    The Maghreb's oases systems provide a major contribution to the region's food security, economy and natural resources. Despite this potential, oasis ecosystems are threatened by a range of complex factors related to the expansion of agricultural land and increasing scarcity of water resources. The project, implemented by FAO in Tunisia, Morocco and Mauritania from May 2016 to December 2019, brought together key stakeholders to address the lack of available information on the status of oases and to advocate on factual bases shared by all stakeholders and verifiable in the field.

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    Volume 10 Issue 3

    Publication évaluée par des pairs
    mars, 2021
    Tunisie

    Natural rangelands occupy about 5.5 million hectares of Tunisia’s landmass, and 38% of this area is in Tataouine governorate. Although efforts towards natural restoration are increasing rapidly as a result of restoration projects, the area of degraded rangelands has continued to expand and the severity of desertification has continued to intensify. Any damage caused by disturbances, such as grazing and recurrent drought, may be masked by a return of favorable rainfall conditions.

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    Articles et Livres
    décembre, 2016
    Algérie, Maroc, Tunisie

    States of ecological maturity and temporal trends of drylands in Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia north of 28 N are reported for 1998–2008. The input data were Normalized Difference Vegetation Index databases and corresponding climate fields, at a spatial resolution of 1 km and a temporal resolution of one month. States convey opposing dynamics of human exploitation and ecological succession. They were identified synchronically for the full period by comparing each location to all other locations in the study area under equivalent aridity.

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    Articles et Livres
    décembre, 2014
    Kenya, Mali, Rwanda, Tunisie

    Land degradation is increasingly recognised as global challenge and is even pushed for as candidate for a (post-2015) Sustainable Development Goal (SDG). The ‘quality of soil’ has been linked to the emergence of conflict, inter alia since it aggravates food and water scarcity. It is an underestimated, but essential element in the nexus of global challenges related to food, water and energy. This Clingendael Report, finds, amongst others, that accurate assessments on land degradation and efforts to restore lands are still lacking to date.

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    Rapports et recherches
    décembre, 1992
    Tunisie


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    Satellites provide the possibility to give a synoptical view of the earth surface at regular time intervals. Satellites operating in the optical wavelengths have however as disadvantage that monitoring of the surface characteristics becomes impossible as soon as clouds are present. Deserts and desert margins are for that reason much more appropriate for monitoring by optical satellites than temperate and wet tropical areas. Potential hazards, possibilities and often inaccessibility makes use of optical remote sensing very reasonable.

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    Vol 3, No 2: May 2020

    Publication évaluée par des pairs
    mai, 2020
    Maroc, Tunisie, Rwanda

    La sécurisation des droits fonciers a pour objectif de garantir les droits réels d’une personne sur un bien foncier. L’absence d’un régime de sécurisation fiable est un frein du développement socio-économique des pays africains. Cette étude vise la réalisation d’une comparaison entre les régimes de sécurisation foncière en Afrique à travers les cas de trois pays africains en voie de développement à savoir le Maroc, la Tunisie et le Rwanda. L’objectif étant de tirer les atouts et les faiblesses du régime adopté dans chacun de ces pays.

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    Volume 9 Issue 3

    Publication évaluée par des pairs
    mars, 2020
    Tunisie

    Groundwater resources became a recognized enabler of important rural and socio-economic development in Mediterranean countries. However, the development of this groundwater economy is currently associated with an increased pressure on the available resource and negative implications on the socio-ecological system. Managing complex socio-ecological systems, such as those that occur in water resource management, is a multi-actor, multi-scale and dynamic decision-making process.

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