SalvaTerra supported the Ministry of Agriculture, Water Resources and Fisheries (MARHP) of Tunisia in strengthening its institutional governance system related to climate change (CC).
Fair Trade, a sacred subject of debate in the fields, in the kitchen and at the table!
"We should only consume Fairtrade certified products so that agricultural workers and farmers can live with dignity!" "Yes, but there is still a lot of marketing and social washing, on the ground workers are exploited and agricultural producers are always poorly paid! "It's not that simple, there are several labels and different issues and practices depending on the context, country and sector... "Yes, but... "No, but... ». What do you think?
How can we ensure that climate change policy decisions are effectively reflected in public action planning in the Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use (AFAT) sector? This is the question that the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has tried to solve in Togo, with the help of SalvaTerra and our friends Kpérkouma Wala and Dabitora Koumantiga.
When was the last time you spent time in the forest?
Studies have shown the benefits of a walk in the forest to boost the immune system and reduce stress. This international day, dedicated to forests, aims this year to highlight their contributions to health. In addition to purifying our water and air, fertilizing soils, providing building materials and food, forests play a vital role against climate change by sequestering and storing carbon, as well as regulating the climate locally. Through these many ecosystem services, forests maintain a healthy environment for human and animal populations. They also provide the 60,000 or so plants used to heal us.
"It's better to make short posts"... For once, we go a little longer, to give you an overview of the thematic and geographical diversity of our services provided in 2022. Nearly 50 services carried out in more than thirty countries. The SalvaTerra team is at your disposal to discuss your support/consulting needs in the agriculture, forestry, environment and bioenergy sectors, in France and internationally.
Back in image on our last mission to the East of Madagascar on behalf of the Economic Transformation Project for Inclusive Growth (PIC-3): diagnostics and study of the development potential of agricultural cash sectors: vanilla, cloves, cinnamon, coffee, pepper, turmeric, ginger, essential oils, lychee, pineapple, passion fruit... Madagascar is a real treasure island!
SalvaTerra is recruiting two project managers on permanent contracts to carry out technical expertise missions in France and abroad in the agriculture, forestry and environment sectors!
Temperature records around the world, historic drought in the American West, deadly fires in Algeria, collapse of a glacier in the Dolomites, heat wave killing more than 20,000 people in Europe, catastrophic floods in Pakistan, the year 2022 was marked by an acceleration of natural disasters linked to climate change.
This summer, the International Finance Corporation commissioned SalvaTerra to carry out a market study for the financing of small-scale private irrigation in Niger. The work was carried out in partnership with Horus Développement Finance and the Bureau nigérien d'ingénierie et de conseil (BNIC)...
As part of the Watershift project, implemented by Vertigo Lab, SalvaTerra carried out a diagnosis and assessment of the needs of Mediterranean agricultural entrepreneurs for the adoption of sustainable water management practices.
In 2022, SalvaTerra recruited two new project managers to strengthen its team and support its development in France and internationally. Melaine KERMARC joined the team at the beginning of September.
In early 2022, SalvaTerra finalized the feasibility study of the Talaky Be Project - Adaptation of agriculture to climate change and strengthening the resilience of rural communities in Southeastern Madagascar.
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