Most countries in Africa are
making efforts to highlight the impacts of climate on agriculture.
However, despite these efforts, gaps and disconnects still exist between
climate change impacts and adaptation efforts.
FAO and the New Partnership
for Africa's Development (NEPAD) have joined forces to increase job and
business opportunities for young people in rural areas of Benin,
Cameroon, Malawi and Niger...
The NEPAD Agency and its
partners (BMZ, WRI and World Bank) of the AFR 100 Initiative held the
First Regional Conference of the AFR100 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
A new joint venture between
the NEPAD Agency and the IDS will advocate for and hold political
leaders to account in their efforts to tackle hunger and malnutrition;
one of the biggest development challenges in the continent.
Back in August during the
Third Africa Drylands Week and Drought Conference held in Namibia,
TerrAfrica Partnership under NEPAD Sustainable Land Management Program
launched a short documentary-film titled “Africa, the Fire Continent and
this week launches the full report “Africa – the Fire...
The African continent is
vast with an unequally distributed population. It has experienced high
population growth over the last 50 years, which has corrected its former
demographic deficit. If current dynamics continue, the results will be
population densification, with serious implications for the...
The NEPAD Agency and the
Pardee Center for International Futures launched a report that helps to
put in perspective the magnitude of the task ‘to zero hunger by 2025,’
while highlighting the major levers in policies, investments,
The 2nd Africa Rural
Development Forum started on a high note in Yaounde, Cameroon, with
experts agreeing that there is a need to come up with an implementable
strategy to transform rural areas into the “New emerging rural world”
The NEPAD SLWM team through
the TerrAfrica project together with the World Bank brought to light the
concept of “bringing together the current knowledge about fire in the
grasslands and savannas of Africa” at the 3rd Africa Drylands week in
(CSA) is an approach that helps to guide actions needed to transform and
reorient agricultural systems to effectively support development and
ensure food security in a changing climate.