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: 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
Author: CIMMYT
Presentation by CIMMYT gives an insight into activities and pilot sites for climate proofing of the maize value chain.
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
This brochure describes the new CCARDESA ICKM System.
Date of Publication: Nov 2018
Author: Botswana Young Farmers Association and Farmers Guide
The Botswana Young Farmers Association and Farmers Guide hosted The Agribusiness Conference and Botswana Farming Awards, an initiative which is aimed at increasing participation of youth in...
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: 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: Simunji Simunji
Nitrogen is a major plant nutrient which is most limiting in the soil due to soil losses of mineral nitrogen (N) form. To ensure availability of nitrogen in the soil, the study was conducted to...
Date of Publication: Nov 2018
Author: Rudi Hintermeister
Presentation of the launch of the strengthened CARDESA ICKM System at 2018 High-level Policy Dialogue in Maputo. It highlights the new aspects of the Information, Communication and Knowledge...
Date of Publication: Oct 2018
Author: Environmental Monitoring Group
The Adaptation Network will be offering a series of training courses during 2016 that aim to cater to for different levels of adaptation knowledge and practice. The courses provide a broad...
Date of Publication: Oct 2018
Author: CCARDESA
This Medium Term Operational Plan (MTOP) describes activities to be coordinated and implemented during the first five years (2014 – 2018) of the Centre for Coordination of Agricultural...
Date of Publication: Oct 2018
Author: Joeri Rogelj (Belgium/Austria)
Showing how emissions can be brought to zero by mid-century stay within the small remaining carbon budget for limiting global warming to 1.5°C.This chapter assesses mitigation pathways consistent...
Date of Publication: Oct 2018
Author: FAO
In Lesotho, FAO is distributing a series of illustrated guides, in English and Sesotho, to encourage and facilitate the construction of homestead gardens. The gardens are easily built using locally...
Date of Publication: Oct 2018
Author: Ove Hoegh-Guldberg (Australia)
Why is it necessary and even vital to maintain the global temperature increase below 1.5°C versus higher levels? Adaptation will be less difficult. Our world will suffer fewer negative impacts on...
Date of Publication: Oct 2018
Author: Heleen de Coninck (Netherlands/EU)
The global response to warming of 1.5oC comprises transitions in land and ecosystem, energy, urban and infrastructure, and industrial systems. The feasibility of mitigation and adaptation options,...

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