News - Senegal
It's time to take stock of the "De terre et de pluie" project, which is completing its first year of implementation, which has been particularly...
The massive deforestation underway in Senegal has resulted in soil impoverishment, a drop in crop production and farmers' incomes, and the impoverishment of rural communities. These communities are forced to leave their land and move to the outskirts of the cities.
In collaboration with APAF SN, Océanium Dakar and Caritas Kaolack
La pluie, la forêt et les Hommes, De terre et de pluie, Blue School
Plateforme Souveraineté Alimentaire (PSA)
"For my groundnuts this year, I didn't need any fertilizer. Everyone who comes to my field says - Ah your field is beautiful! - and that's thanks to the trees.
Robert Sarr, agroforestry farmer Boyard ndiodome (Senegal) Credits@IRHA,2020
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