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Title: Project evaluation report on ‘Enhancing the Adaptive Management Capacities of Rural Communities for Sustainable Land Management in the Highlands of Eastern Africa’ : devolution of SLM scaling up roles and responsibilities
Authors: Amede, Tilahun
Keywords: EAST AFRICA
HIGHLANDS
UGANDA
ETHIOPIA
SUSTAINABLE LAND MANAGEMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION
KNOWLEDGE
RURAL COMMUNITIES
AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
INTEGRATED AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
INTEGRATED APPROACH
DEVOLUTION
SOIL MANAGEMENT
Date: 2012
Abstract: The objective was to improve agricultural productivity and increase rural income and food security through agro-based natural resources in the highlands of Eastern Africa, while also scaling up integrated natural resources management innovations with particular focus in Ethiopia and Uganda. Review of project outputs and outcomes was followed by three weeks of field visits to Ethiopia and Uganda. There was a critical gap in the development and facilitation of innovation platforms (IPs), particularly from the research institutes perspective. Country teams lack prior experience in formation and facilitation of IPs and did not receive support from the regional African Highlands Initiative team.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/50308
Project Number: 105495
Project Title: Going to Scale : Sustainable Land Management in the Highlands of Eastern Africa
Access: Open Access
Copyright: IDRC
License: IDRC is copyright holder
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