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INTERFACES Colloquium Series - Aperçu général

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Vidéo d'impression Tropentag 2023

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Perspectives du Projet de Recherche INTERFACES

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Vidéo d'Impression Premier Séminaire de Statut

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Le projet Minodu à l'Université de Kara

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Gestion durable des terres en Afrique subsaharienne : améliorer les moyens de subsistance grâce à la recherche locale

Financé par le ministère fédéral allemand de l’éducation et de la recherche (BMBF), dans le cadre de la stratégie de sa plateforme Recherche pour la durabilité (Forschung für Nachhaltigkeit, FONA), le projet INTERFACES travaille avec quatre autres projets régionaux pour renforcer l’intégration, la cohérence et la portée dans le domaine de la gestion durable des terres.

INTERFACES

Soutenir les voies de la gestion durable des terres en Afrique

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COINS

Co-développement d'innovations pour une gestion durable des terres dans les systèmes agricoles des petits exploitants d'Afrique de l'Ouest

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DecLaRe

Aide à la décision pour renforcer la résilience des terres face aux défis mondiaux

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InfoRange

Accroître l'efficacité des chaînes de valeur de l'élevage sur les parcours grâce à des approches d'apprentissage automatique et aux technologies numériques

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Minodu

Favoriser le développement durable local grâce à la technologie et à la recherche

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Blog #3 - Socio-economic Survey of Farmers in the Senegal River Valley

Our bi-monthly blog is intended for project staff as well as interested stakeholders from science, policy and practice, to share experiences and mutually learn. It is an opportunity to showcase the multi-faceted nature in which we improve livelihoods and support sustainable land management through local research.

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Blog #2 - Highlights from 2023 and Planned Activities for 2024

Our bi-monthly blog is intended for project staff as well as interested stakeholders from science, policy and practice, to share experiences and mutually learn. It is an opportunity to showcase the multi-faceted nature in which we improve livelihoods and support sustainable land management through local research.  

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Blog #1 - Connecting Climate Knowledge Across Continents

Our bi-monthly blog is intended for project staff as well as interested stakeholders from science, policy and practice, to share experiences and mutually learn. It is an opportunity to showcase the multi-faceted nature in which we improve livelihoods and support sustainable land management through local research.

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RURAL21 - Research Article

The INTERFACES project backs four regional ventures run by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and aimed at promoting sustainable land management in sub-Saharan Africa. Its mission focuses on developing change strategies to boost innovation and implementation processes. Link to article below.

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Fostering gender-responsive innovation adoption among smallholder farmers in Africa

Fostering new farming practices and innovation adoption among female and male smallholder farmers, including marginalised groups requires addressing the economic, environmental and socio-cultural dimensions of development and contribute to social justice and gender equity. This is not a self-evident process as some innovations have contributed to adverse environmental or social effects, resulting in low adoption rates and unsuccessful scaling of innovations. In this briefing series we highlight the reasons for low adoption rates among smallholder farmers and how gender-responsive innovation adoption can be fostered.

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MINODU: Fostering Local Sustainable Development Through Technology and Research

Rapid climate change is exposing subsistence farmers to enormous challenges, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa. Several foreign aid programs have been set up to cope with these issues, many of which have focused on technical solutions. However, there seems to be a large gap between scientific research and the needs of local communities. Besides focusing on new ways to improve the resilience of local food production, there is also an urgent need to adapt available knowledge to the local context. Based on experiences from a project to co-create community networks in Togo in 2020, we aim to empower local stakeholders, including farmers and scientists, to adapt existing knowledge of sustainable crop farming to current practices. New modes of knowledge exchange can be established with the help of participatory design. These methods may help to foster a collective approach to learning that enables people to cope with global challenges on a local level, all while valuing the traditional practices of local farmers and enriching them with scientific knowledge.

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