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Farmers Research and Extension Group (FREG)
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Farmers Research and Extension Group (FREG) [Ethiopia]

A Farmers Research and Extension Group (FREG) engages about 50 or more farmers in a kebele (lower administrative unit), with three sub groups of 17-20 each who live in a homogenous landscape. It is a local institution established for joint learning, piloting, and evaluating soil improvement technologies across the intervention …

  • Compiler: GERBA LETA
Integrated Soil Fertility Management (ISFM)
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Integrated Soil Fertility Management (ISFM) [Ethiopia]

The Integrated Soil Fertility Management (ISFM) approach has been adopted under the Integrated Soil Fertility Management Project (ISFM+). It was introduced as a quick-win solution to increase both crop and biomass production through the incremental promotion of varied but complementary technology packages.

  • Compiler: GERBA LETA
Soil Fertility Improvement Cluster
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Soil Fertility Improvement Cluster [Ethiopia]

The Soil Fertility Improvement Cluster approach engages five or more farmers living in a village who share skills and labour to prepare and use improved compost as well as to demonstrate it to non-member of the group.

  • Compiler: GERBA LETA
Participatory Rehabilitation of Dry Valleys
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Participatory Rehabilitation of Dry Valleys [Ethiopia]

Participatory rehabilitation and productive use of dry valleys is an approach employed to rehabilitate degraded and degradable land. It is operationalised through the Lowland Soil Rehabilitation Project with local development partners from kebele, district, regional agricultural bureaus, and other relevant stakeholders.

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Integrated Agroforestry System
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Integrated Agroforestry System [Ethiopia]

The integrated agroforestry system is a self-initiated approach by a land user to implement agroforestry as part of an indigenous practice and has evolved over the years through technical support, training, and supplies of coffee and tree seedlings by the Office of Agriculture and Coffee Improvement Project. Had there been …

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Land Degradation Neutrality Transformative Projects and Programmes  (LDN-TPP) for sustainable agriculture and rural development
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Land Degradation Neutrality Transformative Projects and Programmes (LDN-TPP) … [Georgia]

In the framework of the project ‘Generating Economic and Environmental Benefits from Sustainable Land Management for Vulnerable Rural Communities of Georgia’, Land Degradation Neutrality Transformative Projects and Programmes (LDN-TPP) were developed to implement the LDN targets at municipal level. The approach defines the process to break down global and international …

  • Compiler: Daniel Zollner
Integrated Land Use Plans for Municipalities in Georgia
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Integrated Land Use Plans for Municipalities in Georgia [Georgia]

Under the framework of the project ‘Generating Economic and Environmental Benefits from Sustainable Land Management for Vulnerable Rural Communities of Georgia’, four Integrated Land Use Plans (ILUPs) were developed to support sustainable agriculture and rural development in the Georgian municipalities of Gori, Kareli, Kvareli and Sagarejo. The objective of the …

  • Compiler: Daniel Zollner
Integrated Pasture Management Planning in Mountainous Regions
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Integrated Pasture Management Planning in Mountainous Regions [Georgia]

The unsustainable use of pastures and forest areas has led to soil erosion, degradation, desertification and loss of biodiversity in the high mountain areas of the South Caucasus. The development of pasture passports is part of a broader approach to a strategic pasture management plan for Tusheti. This showcase includes …

  • Compiler: Hanns Kirchmeir