Mr Lutta Alphayo a PhD student in the department of Land resource management and agricultural technology (LARMAT) presented a poster on “reversing land degradation in Africa by scaling-up evergreen agriculture”’ in the just concluded workshop on “Re-greening Kenya with Trees: Mapping a Collaborative Approach” Workshop at ICRAF. He is also ELD ambassador for Kenya

Regreening Africa is an ambitious five-year project that seeks to reverse land degradation among 500,000 households, and across one million hectares in eight countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. By incorporating trees into croplands, communal lands and pastoral areas, re-greening efforts make it possible to reclaim Africa’s degraded landscapes.

The Economics of Land Degradation (ELD) Initiative together with its partner institutions and Deutsche GesellschaftfürInternationaleZusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, aims toenhance the national ability of Kenya to assess the economic costs of land degradation andenhance awareness of the economic benefits of investment in Sustainable Land Management (SLM).



Location
ICRAF HQ, NAIROBI
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Dr. Anne Karuma (third left) with conference  participants

Dr. Anne Karuma participated in the 1st Research Co-ordinated Meeting on the ‘Global Monitoring of Nitrogen Isotopes in Atmospheric Waters’ (F32008) on 15 - 19th October, 2018 at IAEA, Vienna International Centre in Austria. Dr. Karuma (project’s PI) presented a proposal on a project titled “Understanding the contribution of Atmospheric Nitrogen to the increasing Nitrogen levels in Lake Victoria, Kenya” that is supported by IAEA through the Co-ordinated Research Project. Other project key staff include Dr. Stephen Mureithi (UoN), Benjamin Nyilitya and Bernard Karicho (Ministry of Water and Sanitation). For more information please visit:

http://cra.iaea.org/crp/project/ProjectDetail?projectId=2209&lastActionName=AllActiveCRPList



Location
Vienna International Centre, Austria
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REGIONAL WORKSHOP FOR FOOD SECURITY CENTER

“Youth and Innovation Summit: Sustainable Solutions towards ZERO Hunger in Africa” held on 25th-26th October, 2018.



Location
AHN Lecture Theatre
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AgriFoSe2030- affiliated researcher Stephen Mureithi presented in the Development Research conference, DevRes18, that took place in Gothenburg on the 22-23 of August. DevRes is a bi-annual international conference gathering hundreds of researchers at the forefront of development. He was part of the panel "Restore more – it’s all about Multifunctional Landscapes" and we’ve asked Stephen a few questions to understand more about restoring multifunctional landscapes.

What is the most difficult barrier we face to restore more and create multifunctional landscapes?

 The most difficult barrier according to me is the change of mindset, be it the farmers’ mindset or the government’s. There is a way people are used to do things, and knowledge passes through generations or government regimes. However, to introduce something different from the regular flow of things is difficult.



Location
Gothenburg,Sweden
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The Department of Land Resource Management and Agricultural Technology (LARMAT), in conjunction with the African Drylands Institute for Sustainability (ADIS), organized a one-day regional curricula review workshop at KARLO Headquarters, Loresho on Thursday 6th September, 2018.

The goal of the workshop was to peer-review a proposed multidisciplinary Regional Masters Programme in "Petroleum Governance and Sustainable Development" (PELIBIGO), as required by the Inter-University Council for East Africa for regional programmes. The curriculum has been developed by the University of Dodoma in collaboration with Makerere University, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU). The Programme development process is supported by NORAD under the Energy and Petroleum (EnPe) Programme https://www.norad.no/en/front/funding/enpe/.

The workshop was convened by Dr. Stephen Mureithi, the University of Nairobi’s PELIBIGO Peer-Review Coordinator.



Location
KALRO, Loresho
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