The sustainable economic development considers as the most important goals sought by the society in the Arab Republic of Egypt, which contains all the strategies and plans adopted by the state. Those strategies depend on two Axis, the first one is the horizontal expansion by increasing agricultural areas and new reclaimed lands added to the area cultivated currently, and vertical expansion by increasing Hectare productivity which is considered the most important axis regarding the limited agricultural land resource.
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Library ResourceDocuments et rapports de conférencejanvier, 2017Égypte, Afrique septentrionale
Library ResourceMatériels institutionnels et promotionnelsoctobre, 2017Tunisie, Afrique septentrionale
This is the presentation of Dr. Badabate Diwediga during the workshop "Sustainable Land Management to Achieving Land Degradation Neutrality: Options-by-Context Approach and Tool", final workshop for the project "Impact Evaluation of SLM Options to Achieve Land Degradation Neutrality", held in Tunis on the 24th October 2017. This presentation highlights the new interfaces of the WEBGIS components of the GeOC tool.
Library ResourceRapports et recherchesfévrier, 2015Mali, Afrique occidentale
A study was conducted in two districts (Bougouni and Koutiala) of southern Mali to document and analyse existing local conventions governing the management of natural resources in mixed crop-livestock systems. Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) and individual interviews were conducted to collect data on the existing local conventions and on the participation of local population in decentralized natural resource management. In total, the group discussions
Library ResourceMatériels institutionnels et promotionnelsjuin, 2019Maroc, Afrique septentrionale
Presentation on Major Recent ICARDA Water & Land Management Research Initiatives in Morocco.
Library ResourceRapports et recherchesdécembre, 2014Global
2013 has been a fruitful year for ICARDA marked by research accomplishments and a sense of gratitude. Our longstanding partner countries provided important support in making decentralization of the Center’s research a reality. This transition positions our research programs to more expressly target agroecosystem-based solutions, needed for wider impacts.
Library ResourceArticles et Livresjanvier, 2011République arabe syrienne, Asie occidentale
Agriculture in Syria depends on a wide base of varied natural resources extending over five agro-ecological zones differing in total precipitation, soil structure, and water resources such as rivers, springs, dams, and groundwater which supplies water for about 851,000 ha (61% of the total irrigated areas). However, precipitation is considered as the main source of the water needed to establish the widespread rainfed system of agriculture, which occupies 70% of the cultivated area in Syria.
Library ResourceRapports et recherchesjuillet, 2012Global
Poverty, food insecurity, natural resource degradation and climate change are global challenges; but they impact most severely on rural communities in dry areas. Addressing these challenges requires a combination of good science, integrated research-for-development approaches, and effective partnerships. As this report illustrates, all three elements are in place, resulting in new technologies and tangible benefits in more than 40 countries.
Library ResourceRapports et recherchesaoût, 2016Global
The year 2015 will be remembered for the waves of refugees from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region looking for a safer future in other parts of the world. While millions of people crossed into Europe, the international community looked for the roots causes of the migration, recognizing that food insecurity, unemployment, drought and environmental degradation all play a role in the uprising and coalescing of conflict.
Library ResourceRapports et recherchesmars, 2011Global
Global food production has increased by 20% in the past decade – but food insecurity and poverty remain widespread , while the natural resource base continues to decline. International research centers, which have helped drive previous improvements, must continue to deliver new technologies to support sustainable growth in agriculture; and to work with other partners to accelerate the dissemination of these technologies.
Library ResourceRapports et recherchesaoût, 2010Global
The dry areas face severe challenges to sustainable development. The biggest challenges – food insecurity, water scarcity, land degradation, and climate change – are closely inter-related. The effects of climate change will be felt globally, but the dry areas will be particularly hard hit. Climate change will exacerbate water scarcity, rainfall variability, and the decline in the natural resource base, and thus could have a profound impact on food security.
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