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2018

Institutional Strengthening Programme for Agro-Pastoral Resilience in Mauritania (RIMRAP) : Component Research and Training

Mauritanie

Titre : Institutional Strengthening Programme for Agro-Pastoral Resilience in Mauritania (RIMRAP) : Component Research and Training

Pays/Région : Mauritanie

Durée : 2018-01-01 to 2021-09-30

Objectifs
The overall objective of the project is to contribute to building the resilience of rural populations vulnerable to food and nutrition insecurity.

The specific objective is to strengthen governance for equitable access and sustainable management of resources in the context of climate change.

Présentation
Applied research activities : * Diagnostics and analysis of the research component : SWOT analysis, analysis of researchers’ skills *Preparation and delivery of research activities : identification of priority programmes ; development and implementation of research programmes* Institutional support to research institutions : capacity building of researchers ; provision of necessary equipment and tools
Research topics : 1) Production of livestock feed from local products, 2) Selection of rainfed seeds adapted to climate change, 3) Sustainability of local natural resource management structures, 4) Efficiency and improvement of traditional pest control methods, 5) Toxicity of some forage plants, 6) Control of stinging caterpillar

Résultats attendus
Research structures implement applied research programmes oriented towards climate change resilient rainfed agriculture and extensive livestock production.

Training institutions working in the agroforestry sector train human resources, taking into account the gender aspect, according to the needs of public, socio-professional and private structures in the context of resilience to the effects of climate change

Partenaires  : ECO, IRAM

Client : Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) // Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ))

AFC Agriculture and Finance Consultants

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