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  • Page 3 and 4: Papers Presented at the Internation
  • Page 5 and 6: Ecological and economic linkages be
  • Page 7 and 8: A vant-propos En aolir 1994, I'ICRI
  • Page 9 and 10: Introduction In recent years the Co
  • Page 11 and 12: increases in food and agricultural
  • Page 13 and 14: At present some 12 ecoregional init
  • Page 16 and 17: " 1. 7'hc I'arties undertake. accor
  • Page 18 and 19: helped to produce a detailed doi~ur
  • Page 20 and 21: Assemble those institution\ and ind
  • Page 22 and 23: concludeti that there are ar least
  • Page 24 and 25: Issues for Decision at the IVorksho
  • Page 26: stratt=gie.\ and smcture. A ~ ~ I T
  • Page 29 and 30: I. INTRODUCTION le Niger est un vas
  • Page 31 and 32: IA secorlde cause de la ddtorestati
  • Page 33 and 34: ecupiration et conservation dr l'ea
  • Page 36 and 37: La recherche sur la gestion des res
  • Page 38 and 39: 1.1. Justification de la recherche
  • Page 40 and 41: "prendre des decisions sur des acti
  • Page 42 and 43: du souci de rapprocher la rec:herci
  • Page 45 and 46: * 23 barrages et retenues d'eau fon
  • Page 47 and 48: - Le svsteme d'elevaqe A partir de
  • Page 49 and 50: 3.3. La zone aride de 1'Est du Burk
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    OBJECTIFS ~CIFICUES hS2UIIER U DEFE

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    . DOCUMENTS . -. - - - - CONSULTEE

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    L'unc des nombreuses dtfinitions du

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    FIGURE &. Varrations lr~terannuelle

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    Deux varikth de mil sont cultivtks

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    Plante trks rtsistante B la khcress

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    Le semis se fait en ligne mais avcc

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    2.1 J& nomadisme I Parmi les groupe

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    - F1g5 . LDCALISATION OES ANIMAUX D

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    figure 6. MOU VEMEN T DES _AIV@AUX

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    2.4.3 Autres e s-W animales Parmi l

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    3.1.1 Facteurs climatiaua Si le def

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    I'organisation et I'aniniation des

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    Cri.6 en 1977, I'lnstitut du Sahcl

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    - le d6vcloppcrncnt des capncitis p

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    111.1.4. Ar~nui aux activit6s dc re

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    - dtveloppcr la capacitk de collect

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    IV. CONCLUSION Avec pres dc dcux dd

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    Organigramme de 1'Institut du Sahel

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    Communication de I'Association lnte

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    anndcs h venir. I1 etait cn ctt'et

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    CAS DU BURKINA - FASO : LES GROWEME

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    Introduction methodologique a la me

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    TOPP C> 2 i~apes distinctes I Phasc

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    " veiller i ce que les financenlent

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    Presentation from the lntergovernme

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    This Convention can be visualized a

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    meawes proposed by the population d

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    Background Botswana lies between la

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    AgricultureJ, 1991). Smallstock is

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    Alternative energy sources with emp

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    Desert margins in Kenya: definition

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    or maintain the productivity of the

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    Rainfall, evapotranspiration and te

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    of these areas is wood. Wood is, th

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    cconolnic and more importantly. eco

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    The Intergovernmental Authority on

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    While, the problenls of insufficien

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    1.5 million tons of cereals. It is

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    i) ii) promotion, rcscarch and dcve

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    SACCAR: an overview of the organisa

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    In view of the overriding importanc

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    assess regional manpower need and c

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    Will this Convention make a differe

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    2. The Corlvt:ntion mer-tions the e

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    Alleviating the consequences of agr

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    NGO Advisory Committeee to IFAD, it

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    4.4 Propose national and internatio

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    PRELIMINAKY SCHEDULE OF WORK (Cont'

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    The current interest within CUAR in

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    land degradation and achieve inprov

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    I express sv qrateful thanks to all

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    Introduction At the 1992 UN C:onfer

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    1)esertificalion and global cliruat

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    Ayoadr, J. 0. 1977: Perrpectivl:~ o

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    ~nclude long-term ccolc~gicaily sus

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    Technologies for combating land deg

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    microbial population. Annual burnin

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    of the approaches used. The priorit

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    Introduction The arid zone lies bet

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    which can complement traditional co

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    6. Potential for stratification of

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    soils over a global range of enviro

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    Desertfication, like many other for

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    elieving the pressure on resources

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    Pratiques agroforestibres tradition

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    dcuxiernement, beaucoup d'actions o

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    graines apportent aux populations u

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    microcurpum), ere. IKS amandes des

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    naturelles de leurs terroirs dc man

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    Les problimes majeurs de la product

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    6. Contribution Possible de I'ICRAF

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    Session 4: Institution Building and

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    training in social sciences, or pre

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    1. CONCEPTION 1.1 Goal and Objectiv

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    The membership of the consortiurn h

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    Communication between all ~nembers

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    3.5 Workirig Groups Participants of

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    4. CONCLUSIONS On the basis of the

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    AARD. 1994. ASR Indonesia. Report o

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    TABLE 2: MEMBERS OF TIIE ASU CONSOR

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    APPENDIX: SOME MAJOR C0MPOiVE;VTS O

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    niain mechanisms by wliicli slash a

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    Rice-Wheat Consortium for the lndo-

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    The Problem and Its Relationship to

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    At present, little information is a

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    lem-cause relationships so that app

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    - Function ----------- 1. Problem d

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    The 'Demand' Side - NARS Suggestion

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    Use of roving seminars, workshops,

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    Problem Soil fertility decline Rese

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    Some Details of the Partnership An

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    esearch effort so as to improve the

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    CII' Role of potatoes in R-\Y syste

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    Annexes of Participants and Supplem

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    1)r C I. Bergmark. Scicncc Advl\or,

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    Dr B M Moore, Exccut~vc I)~rcctor.

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    Annex 2 Sustainable Natural Resourc

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    percent in 1992. The GDP level indi

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    m Community irr~gat~on In the Kerio

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    3.1. Characrerlzatlon and analysls

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    Under thls project, we propose to s

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    ICRAF leads major research programs

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    level. With~n UNEP a Desertlflcal~o

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    African countries (Djibcuti, Ethiop

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    to ensure that research results are

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    PREFACE In 1994, the Technical Advi

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    1. BACKGROUND AND JUSTIFICATION In

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    likewise the management of livestoc

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    1.3,2 IAHC to NARS Link:tgcs The pr

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    3. IMbIEUIATE OBJECTIVES, OU.I'PUTS

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    further research is needed to estab

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    3.5.1 Immediate Objective Enhanced

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    -- ICARDA North Afrlca Program Coor

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    Germplasm Conservation an(l llse. C

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