Knowledge is power

Welcome to our knowledge base, you can find here guides and research documents on agriculture in the Horn of Africa.

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Tips for smallholder silage making

In farming, being prepared for difficult times is essential. One of the things a smallholder livestock farmer can do is to prepare enough animal feed for the dry or cold season (download here)

 

Dairy goat production guide

Dairy goat rearing is very beneficial for farming families, apart from the milk which is very nutritious, goat meat is also a delicacy for many households. Goats can also be used to provide manure for the farm and also earn the farmer more income. With limited capital, a farmer can start a dairy goat project and be able to reap benefits from it within a short time. (download here)

Using fodder from trees and shrubs to feed livestock in the tropics

in dry land areas where where the cold sean is scarece in forage grasses, trees and shrubs provide no only a source of fodder but additional nutrition (download here)

Training manual for organic agriculture

Organic agriculture is an integrated production management system which promotes and enhances agro-ecosystem health, including biodiversity, biological cycles and soil biological activity (FAO/WHO Codex Alimentarius Commission, 2007). It emphasizes the use of natural inputs (i.e. mineral and products derived from plants) and the renunciation of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. (download here)

The 10 Elements of Agroecology

Pollination is vital to life on ourplanet. Bees and other pollinators
have thrived for millions of
years, ensuring food security
and nutrition, and maintaining
biodiversity and vibrant
ecosystems for plants, humans
and the bees themselves. (Download here)

Why bees matter

Pollination is vital to life on our planet. Bees and other pollinatorshave thrived for millions of years, ensuring food security and nutrition, and maintaining biodiversity and vibrant ecosystems for plants, humans and the bees themselves. (Download Here)

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