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publié dans Ressources le 2 mai 2024

Agroecological training on biofertilisers improves women’s livelihoods in Togo


Agro-écologieEngraisGestion durable des ressources naturellesIntrantsSécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelleSols et gestion de la fertilitéAfrique de l’OuestTogoEtude, rapport

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In the Plateaux region of Togo, the natural richness of the soil means that farming is the primary livelihood of those who live there. In the Kpélé Prefecture, in the south-west, the relatively mild climates and good rainfall should make it perfect for agriculture. However, the farming communities have witnessed a slow deterioration in soil fertility and yield quantity and quality in recent years. In this context, various actions are initiated in favor of rural women in order to train them in good agroecological practices.

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