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Institutional & promotional materials
October 2017
Tunisia
Northern Africa

This is the presentation of Dr. Taoufik Hermassi 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.

Institutional & promotional materials
October 2017
Tunisia
Northern Africa

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.

Institutional & promotional materials
October 2017
Tunisia
Northern Africa

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.

Institutional & promotional materials
October 2017
Tunisia
Northern Africa

Rangelands in North Africa provide vital ecosystem services and play an important role in absorbing CO2. In Tunisia rangelands cover 4.5 million hectares – some 25% of the country’s total landmass. The sustainable management of these arid areas presents complex challenges for local authorities and the communities that depend on them.

Institutional & promotional materials
September 2017
Tunisia
Northern Africa

Presentation on the Statistic Summaries of SLM Options by Context in the WebGIS sub-tool of Geoinformatics Options by Contexts (GeOC).

Institutional & promotional materials
September 2017
Morocco
Northern Africa

In Moroccan oases, date palm agricultural operations are mainly
manual and seldom implemented, contributing to palm grove
degradation.
The introduction of small mechanization may reduce
drudgery, encourage/attract youths, increase labor
productivity and safety.

Institutional & promotional materials
August 2017
Tunisia
Northern Africa

This off-line CRP-DS/ICARDA template of SLM technology description is partly adapted from those of WOCAT, however with major modifications and additions. It has six (6) main parts. The information fields that are inherited and modified from the WOCAT template are marked with WOCAT (Note: Inherited from WOCAT) and MW (Note: Modifed from WOCAT), respectively. All new fields are kept unmarked.