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Bulletin d’information en agroforesterie

Ce bulletin d’informations générales sur l’agroforesterie est destiné à un large éventail de personnes désireuses de se familiariser aux notions de base. Il est destiné particulièrement aux populations bénéficiaires du projet, aux services techniques, aux autorités à tous les niveaux, etc. soucieux d’adopter des itinéraires techniques comme : la création des pépinières- écoles et de production, la réalisation de plantations agroforestières, la gestion durable des terres cultivables à travers des systèmes agroforestiers et des méthodes locales d’enrichissement des sols.

Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans: Kenya Newsletter (Issue I)

This is the first issue of a quartlerly newsletter that will provide updates on project activities in 'Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans' in Kenya.

VCAP (VANUATU COASTAL ADAPTATION PROJECT) - Newsletter, December 2015

This bi-monthly progress report details the various activities. This is the third of an ongoing series of VCAP bimonthly reports.

VCAP (VANUATU COASTAL ADAPTATION PROJECT) - Newsletter, July 2015

This bi-monthly progress report details the various activities conducted from May to mid-July of 2015. This is the second of an ongoing series of VCAP bimonthly reports.

Climate Innovations Network July 2015

Learn more about public-private partnerships, resiliency, climate information, index-insurance and early-warning systems in Africa with version 2.1 of the UNDP Climate Innovations Network newsletter.

CIRDA Newsletter July 2014

CIRDA Newsletter Vol 1.2 - July 2014

CIRDA Newsletter June 2014

CIRDA Newsletter Vol 1.2 - June 2014

CIRDA Newsletter May 2014

CIRDA Newsletter Vol 1.1 May 2014

PACC Vanuatu Finalizes Project Scope on Epi using P3D model

Senior students of Epi High School felt privileged when they were chosen to construct the model of Epi island using a modeling technique known as Participatory 3 Dimension Modelling (P3-D), as part of a key community consultation process by the Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change (PACC) project on the island of Epi. With the help of students, each community members were able to use tagging pins and colored paper strips to label current physical features on the island as well as map out future developments recommended by each area councils. 

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