The E-learning course: "Sustainable Land Management and Restoration", developed by CIHEAM Bari in collaboration with FAO in the context of the project FAOLAND, was published by the FAO E-learning Centre. The link to the course that will be launched officially during the FAO Land and Water Days Conference to be held in Cairo, Egypt 31 march-4 April 2019 is given below.
The course addresses sustainable land management from a technical and scientific perspective, but is written in a language suitable for the general public. Individuals who would especially benefit the most from taking the course include land and policy makers, land and water management technicians, extension service agents, agronomists, as well as farmers and land users.
This course focuses on Sustainable Land Management (SLM) practices, and their place within the global development agenda, specifically in order to achieve target 15.3 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which aims ‘’to achieve a land degradation-neutral world’’. The course assists policy makers, practitioners and land users in the selection, planning, implementation and monitoring of SLM interventions, and related enabling environment.
This course addresses the subject matter from a technical perspective, but is written for the general public. Individuals who would especially benefit the most from taking the course include:
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