The Senegalo-Mauritanian Aquifer Basin is the largest in West Africa; Four countries have now agreed to cooperate on sharing it peaceably, setting a template for the world.
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Parliamentarian Action #6 | Gender equality action for climate resilient food systems: parliamentarians' perspectives
The sixth virtual dialogue of the Parliamentarians Actions for Gender Equality and Resilient Food Systems in Response to Covid-19 series will present parliamentary perspectives on gender equality action for climate resilient food systems.
The zero hunger pledge encourages companies to make an investment in at least one of the 10 high-impact intervention areas from the Ceres2030 evidence.
L'atelier de renforcement des capacités des journalistes pour une meilleure prise en compte des questions "genre et climat", initié par le Réseau des femmes Journalistes et des Professionnelles de la Communication (ReFJPCI), avec l’appui du PNUD à travers le projet NDC Support Programme et l’Institut International pour le Développement Durable (IISD) du Réseau Mondial de PNA, s'est tenu du mercredi 08 au vendredi 10 septembre 2021 dans la cité balnéaire.
This week, the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group, Green Growth Knowledge Platform, and other partners will launch a new initiative on integrating natural capital into development finance in Africa.
On 9 September, the African Development Bank Group, Green Growth Knowledge Platform (GGKP), and other partners will launch a new initiative on integrating natural capital into development finance in Africa.
How can we use policy to transform food systems sustainably? Join our event.
What drives fisheries subsidies in the coastal oceans of Africa? "Untackling the key issues of the World Trade Organisation (WTO’s) negotiations on fishing subsidies and the free flow of information in a global context is vital."
This report reviews existing net-zero commitments and circular economy plans and assesses the potential impact of core components of such policies on developing country exports.
Parliamentarian Action #5 | Alternative Approaches to Collateral to Increase Women’s Access to Rural and Agricultural Finance
The fifth virtual dialogue of the Parliamentarians Actions for Gender Equality and Resilient Food Systems in Response to Covid-19 series brought together parliamentarians, financial institutions, and other main stakeholders to discuss the importance of developing alternative approaches for risk sharing and management that can increase women’s access to finance through alternative collateral requirements.