How to use the interactive map
The Resilient Food Systems programme is comprised of 12 country projects across sub-Saharan Africa, linked by one Regional Hub. Click on any of the highlighted countries to learn more about the Resilient Food Systems project within that country.
The “learn more” button will take you to our Knowledge Centre where you will be able to explore updates, news stories, and resources from each project.
To promote and implement sustainably managed agro-ecosystems that are key to food security in the northern region of Burkina Faso.
To increase the adoption of resilient, improved production systems for sustainable food security and nutrition through integrated landscape management and sustainable food value chains.
To enhance the food and nutrition security, as well as promote the livelihoods of smallholder farmers, through diversified, climate-resilient agricultural production practices and associated market linkages.
To enhance long-term sustainability and resilience of food production systems by addressing the environmental drivers of food insecurity in Ethiopia.
To enhance the provision of ecosystem services and improve the productivity and resilience of smallholder agricultural systems through addressing land degradation, loss of agro-biodiversity, and climate change adaptation and mitigation.
To strengthen sustainable family farming and climate change adaptation, and to improve market access for family farms.
To foster sustainability and resilience for food security in Northern Nigeria through addressing key environmental and socioeconomic drivers of food insecurity across three agro-ecological zones.
To improve smallholder agriculture and food value chains through prioritizing the safeguarding and maintenance of ecosystem services.
To reverse land degradation trends in central Tanzania and Pemba (Zanzibar) through sustainable land and water management and ecosystem-based adaptation.
To improve food security and the long-term environmental sustainability and resilience of food production systems in the Karamoja sub-region by addressing environmental drivers of food insecurity and their root causes.
To achieve a well-conserved Tana River basin with improved water quality and adequate quantities for downstream users, and strong benefits to agricultural communities in the source watershed.
To improve food security in Northern Ghana using an ecosystem approach that builds on the existing systems and capacities developed through the SLWMP.
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