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The data for this infographic comes from the following study conducted by EcoAgriculture Partners and the World Agroforestry Centre on behalf of the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Initiative:
Milder, J. C., Hart, A. K., Dobie, P., Minai, J., & Zaleski, C. (2014). Integrated landscape initiatives for African agriculture, development, and conservation: a region-wide assessment. World Development, 54, 68-80.
Infographic: An Illustrated Look at Integrated Landscape Initiatives in Africa
- Louis Wertz
- Eva Fillion, EcoAgriculture Partners
- Elise Ursin, EcoAgriculture Partners
DateMarch 30, 2015
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We surveyed leaders and managers of ILIs in 33 African countries to provide the first region-wide portrait of contexts, motivations, design, participation and outcomes of such initiatives. Results suggest that ILIs are promoting “multi-functionality” of rural regions, while aiding stakeholders in negotiating trade-offs and synergies among multiple outcomes.