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AU-SAFGRAD participation on COP 15 2022, report

African Regional Preparatory Meeting: Pre-Cop 15 Meeting Marrakech, Morocco – Report

African Regional Preparatory Meeting: Pre-Cop 15 Meeting Marrakech, Morocco – Report

African Regional Preparatory Meeting: Pre-Cop 15 Meeting Marrakech, Morocco

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AU SAFGRAD Strategic and Operational Plan (SOP), 2014-2017

The strategic plan (2014-2017) for African Union’s Semi- Arid Food Grain Research and Development office (African Union-SAFGRAD).

The plan describes how it will add value to strengthen the institutional capacities that would build the resilience of rural livelihoods in Semi -Arid Zone of Africa by leading, coordinating and facilitating the formulation of appropriate policies and programmes.

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AU SAFGRAD STRATEGIC AND OPERATIONAL PLAN (SOP), 2019-2023

AU-SAFGRAD Strategic and Operational Plan (SOP) 2019 – 2023

This Strategic and Operational Plan (SOP, 2019 – 2023) describes the vision, mandate and strategic objectives that AUSAFGRAD intends to pursue over the next five years in support
of ameliorating rural livelihoods in the SAZs of Africa.

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Mango biocontrol project – final report

Mango biocontrol project – final report

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Opportunities and Challenges of Maize Value Chain Development in the Sahelo-Saharan Zone of Africa: A Cross Country Analysis 2016

pStudy on Maize

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Opportunities and Challenges of Sorghum Value Chain Developement in the Sahelo-Saharan Zone of Africa: A Cross-Country Analysis

Sorghum Study

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Climate Change and Agricultural Input Use in East Africa with Special Emphasis on Drought Tolerant Varieties

Case Study of Ethiopia and Uganda

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Challenges and Opportunities for Strategic Agricultural Commodity Value Chains Development in the IGAD Region

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Strengthening the role of science and technology in combating desertification in Africa

Desertification has played a significant role in human history, contributing to the collapse of several large empires, as well as causing displacement and relocation of local populations. It is also the cause of most conflicts arising from natural resources use with attendant loss of lives and properties and large scale emigration.