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Sub-Regional Action Programme to Combat Desertification in Southern Africa.

Sub-Regional Action Programme to Combat Desertification in Southern Africa.

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Published by SADC Environment and Land Management Sector, Coordination Unit, Ministry of Agriculture, Co-operatives, Marketing, and Youth Affairs in Maseru, Lesotho .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa, Southern.
    • Subjects:
    • Desertification -- Control -- Africa, Southern.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsSADC Environment and Land Management Sector. Coordination Unit.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB616.88.A356 S83 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 28 p. :
      Number of Pages28
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL145930M
      LC Control Number99892557

      United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification in Those Countries Experiencing Serious Drought and/or Desertification, Particularly in Africa. Global desertification vulnerability. Context: Environment. After considering the above report on the external evaluation of the PACD, the Governing Council by its decision 16/22 of 31 May reaffirmed "its conviction that the Plan of Action to Combat Desertification is an appropriate instrument to assist Governments in developing national programmes for arresting the process of desertification" and.

      Edited by P.S. Maro. SADC-ELMS, Maseru, 41– Kwerepe, R.M. Annex 4B: Botswana country report. In: Report on the SADC Consultations and Workshop on Sub-Regional Action Programmes in the Implementation of the Convention to Combat Desertification and its Urgent Action for Africa. SADC-ELMS, Maseru, 46– Mace, R. Overgrazing.   The UN Plan of Action to Combat Desertification (PACD) has provided guidelines for many national plans of action. But so far, the efforts of these countries have met with limited success. This limited success in combating desertification has been attributed to lack of funds on the one hand and an inequitable international economic order on the.

      desertification in the Sahel and West Africa] Joyner F. (). “Status of Desertification and Implementation of the United Nations Plan of Action to Combat Desertification” UNEP/GCSS/3. [This is an in-depth analysis of the UNCOD’s Plan of Action to Combat Desertification]. Kaufman D.G. and Franz M. (). Desertification is a type of land degradation in drylands in which biological productivity is lost due to natural processes or induced by human activities whereby fertile areas become increasingly more arid. It is the spread of arid areas caused by a variety of factors, such as through climate change (particularly the current global warming) and through the overexploitation of soil through.


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Sub-Regional Action Programme to Combat Desertification in Southern Africa Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title: Microsoft Word - SRAP CCD Author: Lakop Created Date: 4/9/ PM. adoption of the CCD inSADC consultations have focused on the elaboration of a Sub-regional Action Programme (SRAP) to implement the Convention in southern Africa.

The process has now come to its fruition. The outcome — the Sub-regional Action Programme to Combat Desertification in Southern Africa — embodies the aspirations of the.

SADC Sub-regional action programme to combat desertification in Southern Africa. August United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification in those countries experiencing serious drought and/or desertification, particularly in Africa. UNEP, Nairobi, Kenya. Printed in Switzerland. eBook Packages Springer Book Archive; Buy Author: Naftali Manddy Onchere.

ELABORATION OF THE SECOND GENERATION SOUTHERN AFRICA DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY SUBREGIONAL ACTION PROGRAMME TO COMBAT DESERTIFICATION 1. Background. The Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) has 16 member states and an approximate population of million people which is growing at an average rate of 3%.

combat desertification and mitigate effects of drought. Section four highlights the challenges and constraints encountered in the implementation of various measures to combat desertification and mitigate effects of drought in Africa.

In section five, lessons learned are reflected upon, and priority approaches and actionsFile Size: KB. They approved the Sub-Regional Action Programme to Combat Desertification (SRAP) and Strategies on Climate Change, the Green Economy, and Law Enforcement and Anti-Poaching. Ministers welcomed the inclusion of the blue economy as one of the new frontiers for SADC Member States.

country has adopted its National Action Programme to combat desertification. Guided by the Convention to Combat Desertification (CCD), the country has formulated and implemented a number of policies and strategies aimed at alleviating socio-economic problems associated with desertification as reported in previous country reports.

Table 1 Action Plan of the National Action Programme to Combat Desertification Figure Location Map of Botswana [Southern Africa] SRAP Sub-Regional Action Plan TGLP Tribal Grazing Land Policy. v UB University of Botswana UN United Nations UNCCD United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification.

NAP National Action Programme to combat desertification SADC Southern Africa Development Community land, drought, desertification and Africa.

This review will be conducted taking into account the goals, commitments and targets set out in Age the Programme for the Further Implementation of Agenda 21(PFIA21) and the.

SRAP Sub-Regional Action Programme on drought and desertification SSA Sub-Saharan Africa STAP Short-Term Action Plan STI Science Technology and Innovation SWAPs Sector-Wide Approaches TIIP Technology, Infrastructure, Institutions and Policies TPNs Thematic Programme Networks UN United Nations UNCCD United Nations Convention to Combat.

national action programmes, utilizing and building, on existing relevant successful plans and programmes (NAPs), and sub-regional and regional action programmes, as the central element of the strategy to combat desertification and mitigate the effects of drought.

consultation with the SADC Secretariat, the Governments of Botswana, Namibia and South Africa prioritized the need to update the Sub Regional Action Programme to Combat Desertification in Southern Africa, which was the existing regional instrument responding to the UNCCD.

In. The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification has cited the way Namibia is combating desertification as a good example for other countries in Southern Africa. However, the way desertification is dealt with may seem unusual, considering the issue is land degradation and loss of productivity – one of the most serious environmental.

NAP National Action Programme to combat desertification SRAP Sub-Regional Action Programme on drought and desertification SSA Sub-Saharan Africa drought, desertification and Africa.

This review will be conducted taking into account the goals, commitments and targets set out in Age the Programme for the Further. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online.

Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s. has left southern Africa with meagre food reserves. Several of the subregion’s countries have faced food shortages. SADC has developed a Sub-Regional Action Programme to Combat Desertification in southern Africa, in line with the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD), which is aimed at dealing with the problems of.

• the concept of desertification • the main areas where desertification occurs • the main causes of desertification • the indirect causes of desertification Per capita food production Source: WRI, UNEP, UNDP and WB 80 index numbers = World Africa.

Desertification is described as the loss of top soil's biological productivity in arid, semi-arid and dry sub humid areas. It affects one-fifth of the world's population in more than countries.

Environmental officials from South Africa are meeting with their international counterparts at a conference in Spain, discussing ways of combating desertification. States, Southern Africa Development Community) which will take into account activities identified by African Governments during the development of the NEPAD Environmental Action Plan to strengthen collaboration, capacity and action at the sub-regional level.

Combat Desertification in Countries Ex­ periencing Serious Drought and/or De­ sertification, particularly in Africa was officially adopted on June 17 Inthe United Nations called a conference on desertification in Nairobi, Kenya, and adopted a Plan of Action to Combat Desertification.

The plan failed because the international.National Action Programme to Combat Desertification Landcare numbers of threatened taxa in South Africa. Although South African Red Data Books need to be updated, these reflect that 3.CONVENTION TO COMBAT DESERTIFICATION SEPTEMBER TABLE OF CONTENTS RAP Regional Action Programme SABONET Southern Africa Botanical Network SADC Southern Africa Development Community SOFTE Social Forestry: Training and Extension Project SRAP Sub-Regional Action Programme SSFSA Sub-regional Support Facility for Southern.