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Mahamadi Sebogo – Burkina Faso

An ancestral practice of sustainable soil management

This report is an immersion in the fields of model farmers who are engaged in an ancestral practice of sustainable soil management: Assisted Natural Regeneration. Indeed, faced with the continued degradation of their farmland and the effects of climate change that negatively impact agricultural yields, and thus their livelihoods, these resilient farmers are reviving this ancient agroforestry approach as a means of climate change mitigation and adaptation. And the results are palpable. Published in the national daily Sidwya, the report is aimed at producers, agricultural and environmental technicians, policy makers and citizens.