Knowledge Products

As a broker of regional agricultural knowledge, CCARDESA provides access to a range of CCARDESA Content, and curated content, relevant to its stakeholders.
Date of Publication: Jan 2019
Author: Rosenstock, T.S.
This volume shares new data relating to Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA), with emphasis on experiences in Eastern and Southern Africa. The book is a collection of research by authors from over 30...
Date of Publication: Dec 2018
Author: CCARDESA
This brochure explains what climate-smart agriculture (CSA) is and what is new and different about it. CSA options and benefits for farmers at a local level are being addressed and examples of best...
Date of Publication: Dec 2018
Author: Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations
This publication was launched at the COP24 in Poland at the Global Alliance for Climate Smart Agriculture side event. Hard copies of this CSA publication can be found at the Rome-Based Agencies booth...
Date of Publication: Dec 2018
Author: Hoeggel, F.U.
Presentation held by Udo Hoeggel during the Climate Finance and Proposal Writing Training.The presentation talks about climate change basics and is setting a baseline of understanding.
Date of Publication: Dec 2018
Author: Frank Udo Hoeggel
Final report of the 'Climate Finance and Proposal Writing Training' which took place in December 2018 in Gaborone, Botswana.
Date of Publication: Nov 2018
Author: CCARDESA
CCARDESA developed its 5-yearMedium Term Operational Plan (MTOP) in 2013, which was approved by the General Assembly in May 2014. The Development of the MTOP involved a number of stakeholders...
Date of Publication: Nov 2018
Author: Gabatshele M. L.
To investigate the response of Bambara groundnut landraces to pre-sowing hydration, three experiments were conducted on three bambara groundnut landraces; OM1, Diphiri cream (DC) and Gaborone cream (...
Date of Publication: Nov 2018
Author: CCARDESA
CV format for submission of credentials for registration as a CCARDESA expert.
Date of Publication: Nov 2018
Author: CCARDESA
The Agricultural Productivity Programme for Southern Africa (APPSA) is a six year (2013 –2018) initiative to improve technology generation and dissemination within and among participating...
Date of Publication: Nov 2018
Author: Cowan C.
Maize is currently grown on 35 million hectares of land in Africa and is easily the most important staple food crop in the continent, feeding more than 200-300 million people and providing income...
Date of Publication: Nov 2018
The Morama bean project is a program sponsored by SIDA in collaboration with the Swedish Trade Council under its 2010- 2012 partner driven collaboration. This project is currently being implemented...
Date of Publication: Nov 2018
Author: CCARDESA
The Agricultural Productivity Programme for Southern Africa (APPSA) embarked on an effort to promote sustainable value-addition to commonly grown food legumes and increase incomes among smallholder...
Date of Publication: Nov 2018
Author: CCARDESA
BackgroundThe Centre for Coordination of Agricultural Research and Development for Southern Africa (CCARDESA) is a Subsidiary organisation of the Southern African Development Community (SADC). It was...
Date of Publication: Oct 2018
Author: other
Food Tank has compiled a list of indigenous fruits, vegetables, and grains from many regions that are nutritious, delicious, and contribute to sustainable livelihoods in rural communities across the...
Date of Publication: Oct 2018
Author: Noel Oettle
We would like to acknowledge the contributions of the Mechal team towards the process that led to the writing of this handbook. Special thanks go to Demamu Mesfin, Yosef Melka, Katinka Waagsaether,...
Date of Publication: Oct 2018
Author: WWF
This global overview is useful but it’s also important to understand whether there are differences in threats between different geographic regions and whether similar species are affected by...

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