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Burkina Faso

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  • A man and woman standing in a field

    Difficult choices: balancing competing priorities on Burkina Faso farms

    The SITAM project looked at how to support progress towards sustainable intensification of agriculture in three African countries. This case study looks at how farming households in eastern Burkina Faso are balancing different priorities as they try to increase their productivity

    26 April 2020 | Article | Food and agriculture
  • Workers digging zaï pits that help to preserve water on farms (Photo: IUCN)

    EbA Evidence and Policy: Burkina Faso

    IIED and IUCN are collating and using evidence from the EPIC Project piloted in Northern Burkina Faso to explore the effectiveness of ecosystem-based approaches to climate change adaptation and inform and influence national adaptation planning processes.

    2 January 2019 | Project | Biodiversity
  • Workshop participants will hear from senior LDC climate negotiator Mamadou Honadia, who headed Burkina Faso's delegation to the 2016 UN climate summit (Image: Matt Wright/IIED)

    Building climate negotiation skills for African officials

    Officials from African countries will have the opportunity to increase their climate negotiation skills at two training workshops in Dakar this June.

    31 May 2017 | News | Climate change
  • Women walking along Sélingué dam in Mali, June 2014 (Photo: Lucile Robinson/GWI West Africa)

    ECOWAS encourages states to learn from returns on investment of large dams in West Africa

    Government representatives and economists from the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) are meeting in Burkina Faso to review the economic impacts of large dams

    25 March 2015 | News | Land acquisitions and rights
  • Hama Arba Diallo (Photo: Global Water Partnership)

    Hama Arba Diallo: the universal man

    Youba Sokona pays tribute to his fellow Least Developed Countries Independent Expert Group member Hama Arba Diallo, who passed away in late September

    10 October 2014 | Blog | Communication
  • Women smallholders replanting rice in the irrigated area around the Bagré dam in Burkina Faso (Photo: Barbara Adolph/IIED)

    Large scale irrigated rice farming: the state must take farmers' perspectives into account

    New report by the Global Water Initiative stresses importance of considering views of farmers in agricultural policies

    3 June 2014 | News | Food and agriculture
  • Woman collects water for irrigation in Selingue, Mali. Photo: Khanh Tran-Thanh

    Ensuring water is equitably allocated and governed

    We can only survive without drinking water for a few days – it’s crucial for our survival. Water is also crucial for supporting people’s ways of life, from raising livestock, to managing fisheries and irrigating crops. In many parts of semi-arid West Africa water is in short supply and the pressures on existing water resources are set to increase. IIED aims to help bring about fairer and more sustainable water governance that ensures poor and vulnerable communities don’t miss out

    5 August 2013 | Project | Water
  • Five ways to bring benefits from large dams to local communities

    A study into how large dams in West Africa have affected local people has identified ways to share the benefits of future dams more equitably and create development opportunities for communities.

    23 November 2011 | News | Natural resource management
  • Supporting smallholders: markets, rights, or sovereignty?

    But, according to one speaker at the event, smallholders aren’t helped by either.

    9 March 2011 | Article | Food and agriculture
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