Biodiversity and Agricultural Development
Promoting sustainable agricultural practices in Senegal's semi-arid landscape is a top priority, particularly in the face of climate change. This project seeks to establish a transformative agricultural entrepreneurship network, drawing upon the skills and talents of local farmers, many of whom are women. The project seeks to introduce new practices and farming alternatives to promote positive relationships between the farmers and the land they inhabit.
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