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2016

Integrating Climate Resilience into Agricultural and Agropastoral Production Systems through Soil Fertility Management in Key Productive and Vulnerable Areas Using the Farmers Field School Approach

Angola

Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’Alimentation et l’Agriculture (FAO)
Fonds pour l’Environnement Mondial (FEM)

Titre : Integrating Climate Resilience into Agricultural and Agropastoral Production Systems through Soil Fertility Management in Key Productive and Vulnerable Areas Using the Farmers Field School Approach

Pays /Région : Angola

Dates : From : 01/10/2016 // To : 30/09/2021

Présentation
To strengthen the climate resilience of the agropastoral production systems in key vulnerable areas through mainstreaming of CCA into agricultural and environmental sector policies, programmes and practices and capacity building and promotion of CCA through soil fertility and Sustainable Land Management (SLM) practices using the Farmers Field School (FFS) approach.

Funding source (Trust Fund) : Least Developed Countries Fund
GEF Grant Amount : 6,668,182
Co-financing Amount : 23,619,230

FAO - FEM

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