24th October to 2nd November 2016
The natural resource base is in steep decline in Sudan, as evidenced by conflicts between pastoralists and other users and the failure of rangelands to recover between seasons. Rain- fed and irrigated agriculture is competing increasingly with pastoralism for the land and water resource base.
Khartoum, Sudan 18th – 21st of September 2016
The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) Country Office (ICO) in Sudan, IFAD supported projects in Sudan and the PROCASUR Corporation have been working in close partnership during the past years to improve project performance through several learning activities following the Learning Route methodology.
3rd - 10th December 2015
The PROCASUR Corporation in Africa and the Land and Natural Resources Tenure Security Learning Initiative for East and Southern Africa (TSLI-ESA),a partnership project of the International Fund of Agricultural Development (IFAD)
26th of April to the 3rd of May 2015
Natural resources, particularly agricultural land and water, subsoil minerals and timber, make up a relatively larger share of the national wealth in less developed economies. In the East and Southern Africa
3rd December 2014
During April 2011 the International Fund for Agriculture (IFAD) approved the implementation of the Learning Routes: a Knowledge Management and Capacity Building Tool for Rural Development in East and Southern Africa (ROUTESA)"
Between the 6th and the 13th of July 2014
Natural resources, particularly agricultural land and water, subsoil minerals and timber, make up a relatively larger share of the national wealth in less developed economies.
Land is a crucial resource for poverty reduction, food security and rural development. However, men and women do not always enjoy the same rights to land. In this context, the PROCASUR Corporation, in collaboration with the International Land Coalition, the International Fund of Agricultural Development (IFAD) and Uganda Land Alliance organized a Learning Route (LR) initiative on Action-oriented research and policy influence for women access to land in Africa.
It is established that women play a big role toward the development of farming and as they are the ones left to till land when their spouses leave to work in the towns.
Morocco, 20th – 25th of January 2014
Building upon the success of the first implementation of the Learning Route on Farmers Organization implemented on February 2013 under the KARIANET-PROCASUR Learning Route programme,