Zambian goat keepers need a formalized market structure and support with animal health. Only then the much-needed poverty reduction and livelihood resilience can be achieved.
This article gathers four key considerations for developing sustainable charcoal production and consumption.
Farmers need access to credit, land, knowledge, and labour to take on climate-smart sustainable agricultural practices.
Two different IFAD facilities have been granted funds by SIDA to enhance rural development despite the effects of COVID-19.
Read this impact story of how SIANI has promoted land rights for women and indigenous people on the international agenda.
SLU agronomist Håkan Örberg will share his experiences from Sub-Saharan and the positive effects of agroforestry system in reducing poverty, malnutrition and soil erosion!
SIANI is collaborating with the Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI) as a local partner – together with Sida, Stockholm Environment Institute, International Foundtion for Science and media partner Devex – on the October 2017 conference
Research suggests that the way people use and manage forests is largely shaped by gender norms and relations. But how exactly? Linley Chiwona-Karltun, researcher at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SLU, and Ngolia Kimanzu, advisor at Salvation Army, share insights from their ongoing research about the role of gender in the use of forest resources.
Africa’s lack of agricultural youth adds on to other sustainability challenges such as climate change, rural poverty and food insecurity. However, being the youngest continent, Africa could potentially turn this challenge into opportunities and rejuvenate its agricultural sector.