Tag: Sahel

How “farmer-managed natural regeneration,” FMNR, is taking hold on the African continent and beyond to combat drought and boost agriculture.

Funds for the Sahel's Great Green Wall barrier against desertification renew hope that it will be completed by its 2030 goal.

New report says more funding is needed to complete the African initiative to restore 100 million hectares of degraded landscapes.

Here stands the Great Green Wall: Part 1

Here stands the Great Green Wall: Part 2

Part three of a Landscape News series on the Great Green Wall focuses on the future of the restoration initiative that could change the landscape of Africa.

An in-depth look at the progress and holdbacks of Africa's Great Green Wall, one of history's most ambitious restoration efforts.

From the Sahel to the Sahara and from ancient cities to gleaming beaches, here's a photo journey across African landscapes and their eight distinct regions.

Having spent his youth spent living through a series of droughts and famine, Ibrahim Thiaw shares messages and memories on desertified landscapes.

Burkinabe farmer and Right Livelihood winner Yacouba Sawadogo

The Great Green Wall will surround the Sahara with a wide belt of vegetation, trees and bushes to green and protect the region's agricultural landscape.