Tagged with "Central Rift Valley – Ethiopia"

  • New resource: A look at IDH’s approach to building sustainable landscapes

    How can we address deforestation, water depletion and other natural resource management issues while improving farmer and community livelihoods on a large scale? We must ensure that agricultural production is…

    New resource: A look at IDH’s approach to building sustainable landscapes
  • Landscapes Information Brief: IDH’s approach to sustainable landscapes

    An introduction to IDH’s approach to building sustainable landscapes. Download publication Download publication…

    Landscapes Information Brief: IDH’s approach to sustainable landscapes
  • Integrated Pest Management project to support sustainable vegetable farming in Ethiopia

    IDH and the Pesticide Action Network (PAN-UK) have started implementing a project to support healthy, sustainable and productive vegetable farming in the Central Rift Valley of Ethiopia. About 600 households…

    Integrated Pest Management project to support sustainable vegetable farming in Ethiopia
  • Ethiopia newsletter June 2018

    The June 2018 edition of the Central Rift Valley – Ethiopia landscape program newsletter. Featuring stories about the launch of the Ziway-Shalla Sustainability Partnership, a new…

    Ethiopia newsletter June 2018
  • IDH Landscape program

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    IDH Landscape program
  • Ethiopia newsletter December 2017

    The December 2017 edition of the Central Rift Valley – Ethiopia landscape program newsletter. Featuring stories about our reforestation work around Lake Ziway, collaboration with the African…

    Ethiopia newsletter December 2017
  • Public private governance for thriving landscapes: Central Rift Valley Ethiopia

    A summary of IDH’s landscape program in Central Rift Valley – Ethiopia.   Download publication Download publication…

    Public private governance for thriving landscapes: Central Rift Valley Ethiopia
  • Fruit and vegetable farmers GLOBALG.A.P. certified for the first time in Ethiopia

    The IDH landscape program in Ethiopia financed and supported 48 smallholder fruit and vegetable farmers around Lake Ziway in GLOBALG.A.P. certification earlier this year. It was the first time that…

    Fruit and vegetable farmers GLOBALG.A.P. certified for the first time in Ethiopia
  • The Little Book in Spanish

    The Little Sustainable Landscapes Book, which was launched at the COP21 in Paris, is now available Spanish, making it available for a large audience base, primarily in Latin America, where…

    The Little Book in Spanish
  • Conveners Guide for Building Landscape Coalitions

    The aim of this Practical Guide is to share various organizations’ experiences in developing multi-stakeholder initiatives with strong private sector engagement and effective governance systems that promote sustainable land and…

    Conveners Guide for Building Landscape Coalitions