1 edition of Guidelines for development agents on soil conservation in Ethiopia found in the catalog.
Guidelines for development agents on soil conservation in Ethiopia
1986 by Community Forests and Soil Conservation Development Department, Ministry of Agriculture in Ethiopia .
Written in English
|Statement||[prepared by Hans Hurni].|
|Contributions||Hurni, Hans., Ethiopia. Ministry of Agriculture. Community Forests and Soil Conservation Development Department.|
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Get this from a library. Guidelines for development agents on soil conservation in Ethiopia: (Rückentitel: Soil conservation in Ethiopia). [Hans Hurni; Ministry of Agriculture (Ethiopia).
Community Forests and Soil Conservation Development Department.;]. Get this from a library. Guidelines for development agents on soil conservation in Ethiopia. [Hans Hurni; Ethiopia. Community Forests and Soil Conservation Development Department.].
Guidelines for Development Agents: Soil and Water Conservation in Ethiopia Hurni H, Berhe WA, Chadhokar P, Daniel D, Gete Z, Grunder M, Kassaye G. Preface. The “Guidelines for development agents on soil conservation in Ethiopia” has been in use for 30 years; its translation into the Amharic language was published in and the book was reprinted in The “Guidelines for development agents on soil conservation in Ethiopia” has been in use for 30 years; its translation into the Amharic language was published in and the book was reprinted in Thousands of copies were handed on to develop-ment agents, technicians and experts, some of whom sent comments and proposed.
This introductory chapter describes the aim of this book and how it can be used in the field when you carry out soil and water conservation. Soil erosion is the most dangerous ecological process observed in Ethiopia, degrading the precious soil resources which are the basis of agricultural production and food for the country's people and which provide numerous other ecosystem services.
Guidelines for Guidelines for development agents on soil conservation in Ethiopia book Agents on Soil and Water Conservation in Ethiopia Hurni H, Berhe WA, Chadhokar P, Daniel D, Gete Z, Grunder M, Kassaye G () Traditional conservation measures are well-known in some parts of Ethiopia.
Guidelines for Development Agents: Soil and Water Conservation in Ethiopia Hurni H, Berhe WA, Chadhokar P, Daniel D, Gete Z, Grunder M, Kassaye G. Preface. The “Guidelines for development agents on soil conservation in Ethiopia” has been in use for 30 years; its translation into the Amharic language was published in and the book was reprinted in Soil and Water Conservation in Ethiopia: Guidelines for Development Agents.
Bern, Switzerland: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE); Bern Open Publishing (BOP) PreviewCited by: About this Item: Min. of Ag., Ethiopia 1st, 8+ pages, many drawings, photographs: a very practical guide to avoiding soil erosion aimed at farmers & Development Agents; hardback, laminated boards, as issued without dw, vg+ SCARCE east africa ethiopia agriculture ethiopian farmers soil erosion conservation agricultural guide.
Guidelines for development agents on soil conservation in Ethiopia. CFSCDD, MOA, Addis Ababa. Sustainable land management -A new approach to soil and water conservation in Ethiopia.
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This paper reviews. Soil Conservation in Ethiopia. By Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation. Abstract. CFSCDD (Community Forests and Soil Conservation Development Department)pp, in the series 'Guidelines for Development Agents'.
The objective of this book is to simplify conservation planning while at the same time providing a sound. Abstract. In Septemberthe World Future Policy Gold Award (Desertification) was given to “the people of Tigray for restoring land on a massive scale”.Yet, in the Tigray, soil and water conservation (SWC) programmes were essentially absent, and land degradation was by: 1.
planning Guidelines: the LLPPA (Local Level Participatory Planning Approach). LLPPA was developed for Development Agents, as a practical approach focusing mostly on integrated NRM interventions, productivity intensiﬁcation measures, and small-scale community infrastructure such as File Size: 2MB.
Soil and water conservation effects on soil properties in the Middle Silluh Valley,northern Ethiopia. International Soi land WaterConservation Research Crossref: Hurni H, Berhe WA, Chadhokar P, Daniel D, Gete Z, Grunder M, Kassaye G ().
Soil and Water Conservation in Ethiopia: Guidelines for Development Agents. Second revised Author: Gatbel Chot, Awdenegest Moges, Amanuel Shewa. Soil degradation by erosion is the most serious threat to food security in Ethiopia. Thus, effective management strategies (scenarios) that reduce soil degradation are crucial.
However, the application of models such as Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) that simulate the impact of different scenarios on soil degradation by erosion in Ethiopia condition is by: Considering that substantial efforts to promote soil conservation and environmental D.
Daniel, Z. Gete, M. Grunder, G. KassayeSoil and water conservation in Ethiopia: guidelines for development agents. Centre for Development and Environment (2nd ed.), University of Bern, with Bern Open Publishing (BOP), Bern, Switzerland (), p. Cited by: Survey Staff.
Field book for describing and sampling soils, Version Natural Resources Conservation Service, National Soil Survey Center, Lincoln, NE. Cover Photo: A polygenetic Calcidic Argiustoll with an A, Bt, Bk, 2BC, 2C horizon sequence. This soil formed in Peoria Loess that. Now in a revised second edition, this book presents a synthesis of evidence from agriculture, forestry, and soil science, drawing on over published sources dating largely from the 's.
Very well written and accessible to practitioners and academics. Highly recommended. Environmental Conservation is one of the longest-standing, most highly-cited of the interdisciplinary environmental science journals. It includes research papers, reports, comments and subject reviews addressing environmental policy, practice, and natural and social science of environmental concern at the global level, informed by rigorous local level case studies.
Moreover, Konso is well known for its soil and water conservation practices, and recently became one of the communities recorded as a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Heritage Site for their landscape management (UNESCO, ).
The Konso people are well known for their traditional engineering and Cited by: 1. Soil-Specific Nutrient Management Guidelines for Sugarcane Production in the Isis District By John Panitz 1, Bernard Schroeder 2, Jim Sullivan 3 and Andrew Wood 5 1 Sugar Research Australia, Bundaberg 2 Sugar Research Australia, Indooroopilly 3 Consultant, Bundaberg 4 Tanglewood Agricultural Services, Millaa Millaa Substantial funding for this project was received from Isis LandCare.
In Ethiopia, deforestation rates remain high and the gap between demand and domestic supply of forest products is expanding, even though government-initiated re-greening efforts began over a century ago.
Today, over 3 million hectares (ha) of degraded forest land are under area exclosure; smallholder plantations cover million ha; and state-owned industrial plantations stagnate at under 0 Cited by: As concerns have increased about severity of soil erosion, soil fertility decline, and the associated loss of productivity, the government of Ethiopia has developed plans for sustainable land management (SLM) for a wider geographical area (Haregeweyn et al., ) with two main objectives: (1) to restore and maintain soil quality properties Author: Kindiye Ebabu, Kindiye Ebabu, Atsushi Tsunekawa, Nigussie Haregeweyn, Enyew Adgo, Derege Tsegaye Mes.
community leaders and development agents in the sample watersheds, who shared their practices In Ethiopia, watershed management programs commenced in a formal way in the s. From that launch an extensive soil and water conservation (SWC) program, which began in the early s.
InFile Size: 2MB. Hurni H () Guidelines for development agents on soil conservation in Ethiopia. CFSCDD, MOA, Addis Ababa Google Scholar Hurni H () Land degradation, famine, and land resource scenarios in by: 1. Development of Small Island Developing States” was adopted and subsequently endorsed by the United Nations General Assembly.
The United Nations Conference on Environment and Sustainable Development held in Rio de Janeiro in June (Rio+20) agreed to convene the Third International Conference on SIDS in ThisFile Size: 2MB.
Understanding the soil system 13 2. Assessing soil-borne arthropods (an exercise for FFSs) 15 3. Assessment of weed stand (an exercise for FFSs) 17 Chapter V.
PARTICIPATORY CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 21 1. General 21 2. Guidelines 21 3. Topics 23 Chaptyer VI. DESCRIPTION OF MAIN ALTERNATIVES 27 by: 2. Guidelines “Good Agricultural Practices for development status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or analyze the type of soil and its depth for good growth of the roots.
- Consider the slope of the field where the planting will be done. How must the soil be prepared. Conservation of cultural heritage involves protection and restoration using "any methods that prove effective in keeping that property in as close to its original condition as possible for as long as possible." Conservation of cultural heritage is often associated with art collections and museums and involves collection care and management through tracking, examination, documentation.
International Journal of Agricultural Extension is a multidisciplinary, open access, peer reviewed journal aimed to publish authoritative empirical research and conceptual contribution building the theory of agriculture extension especially focusing on rural development through practices of agriculture extension.
1 Deforestation: Causes, Effects and Control Strategies Sumit Chakravarty 1, S. Ghosh 2, C. Suresh 2, A. Dey 1 and Gopal Shukla 3 1Department of Forestry 2Pomology & Post Harvest Technology, Faculty of Horticulture Uttar Banga Krishi Viswavidyalaya, Pundibari 3ICAR Research Complex for Eastern Region, Research Center, Plandu Ranchi India 1.
IntroductFile Size: KB. 1. Introduction. Research has multiple impacts on society. In the light of the international discourse on grand societal challenges and sustainable development, the debate is reinforced about the role of research on economic growth, societal well-being, and environmental integrity ().Research impact assessment (RIA) is a key instrument to exploring this role ().Cited by: 8.
Implementation of watershed at small scale level, through community participation would enhance biodiversity, increase soil fertility, reduce soil loss and also contribute to climate change mitigation. In view of this, this paper assesses the impact of community based watershed management on land use/cover change at Elemo micro : Abiyot Legesse, Misikir Bogale, Dereje Likisa.
Ethiopia is one of the six centres of biodiversity in the world with several topographies, climatic conditions and various ethnic cultures. Ethnobotanical study is a real and encourageable in rich biological resource areas for medicinal plant identification, documentation, ranking, conservation and sustainable by: 3.
Conservation tillage and conservation agriculture. Since the s, during the following 75 years, members of the farming community have been advocating a move to reduced tillage systems that use less fossil fuel, reduce run-off and erosion of soils and reverse the loss of soil organic by: United Nations This book presents the key debates that took place during the high-level segment of the Economic and Social Council, at which ECOSOC organized its first biennial Development.
Soil erosion is the displacement of the upper layer of soil, it is one form of soil degradation. This natural process is caused by the dynamic activity of erosive agents, that is, water, ice (glaciers), snow, air (wind), plants, animals, and humans.
In accordance with these agents, erosion is sometimes divided into water erosion, glacial. The GTP recognizes that sustainable development in Ethiopia can only be achieved if development is pursued in the social, economic and environmental areas in a balanced manner and ensuring that benefits accrued are equitably shared among the citizens of the country.
Ethiopia aims to achieve middle-income economy as of whileFile Size: 1MB. $24, to support the development of a plant diagnostic facility at Institut National des Recherches Agricoles du Bénin and train local extension agents, women and youth farmers on effective and sustainable IPM techniques for vegetable disease management.
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY OF ETHIOPIA I. THE RESOURCE BASE AND THE NEED FOR A POLICY The Natural Resource Base and the Rural Environment Natural resources are the foundation of the economy.
Smallholder peasant agriculture, in some areas File Size: KB.Deforestation, clearance, clearcutting or clearing is the removal of a forest or stand of trees from land which is then converted to a non-forest use.
Deforestation can involve conversion of forest land to farms, ranches, or urban use. The most concentrated deforestation occurs in tropical rainforests. About 31% of Earth's land surface is covered by forests.
Current conservation policies often clash with public health initiatives in the developing world but they get little attention. There are real harms in advocating water and energy conservation over people. We take sanitary practices for granted in wealthier countries but hygienic practices require water in quantity and uninterrupted power to supply that water and related.