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Janeiro 2022
Zâmbia

Fish is a key source of income, food, and nutrition in Zambia, although unlike in the past, capture fisheries no longer meet the national demand for fish. Supply shortfalls created an opportunity to develop the aquaculture sector in Zambia, which is now one of the largest producers of farmed fish (Tilapia spp.) on the continent. In its present form, the aquaculture sector exhibits a dichotomy.

Janeiro 2022
Zâmbia

This training manual supported participants in learning the pre-processing tool to provide the user with enhanced time-series processing capabilities and access to various open-source satellite data, learning basic scripts in Google Earth Engine for activities related to floods and drought in showcasing the application of water resource management.

Janeiro 2022
Zâmbia

The report describes the stakeholder engagement workshop convened to introduce the AqF Initiative (in particular the AquaPlans work package) to the traditional leaders, community representatives and stakeholders working within the Kafue flats.

Janeiro 2022
Zâmbia

This Environment and Social Management Pan (ESMP) has been developed by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) to clarify (i) the measures that will be taken during the implementation of project activities to eliminate or offset adverse E&S impacts, or to reduce them to acceptable levels; and (ii) actions needed to implement these measures during the implementation of the Accel

Multimídia
Janeiro 2022
Zâmbia

This article highlights the gender  inequality that currently exists in land ownership in Zambia. Zambia currently has two land tenure systems, both of which are relic of the colonial era.

Janeiro 2022
Zâmbia

The CGIAR Initiative on Climate Resilience, ClimBeR, aims to transform the climate adaptation capacity of food, land, and water systems in Zambia and five other low- and middle-income countries, ultimately increasing the resilience of smallholder production systems to withstand severe climate change effects like drought, flooding, and high temperatures.  

Janeiro 2022
Zâmbia
Noruega

Effectiveness Of Public Institutions In Addressing Illegal Acquisition Of State Land In Zambia: Case Of Ministry Of Lands And Kitwe Municipality

Janeiro 2022
Zâmbia

This study attempts to identify the spatial-temporal extent of the agricultural drought in Zambia using remote sensing data and crop production. IDSI is superior in terms of its performance and drought detection capability and is characterized by better representation of drought severity.

Janeiro 2022
Zâmbia

Like in a number of other developing countries, the issue of illegal occupation of land is evident in Zambia’s cities. This problem has continued to exist, despite the existence of laws and public institutions meant to address the issue.

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