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    WOCAT has developed a well-accepted framework for documentation, monitoring, evaluation and dissemination of SLM knowledge, covering all steps from data collection, to a database and to using the information for decision support. WOCAT tools provide a unique, widely accepted and standardised method of application. At the local level: Two comprehensive questionnaires on SLM Technologies and SLM Approaches for case study documentation have been developed and are constantly up-dated. The questionna ires on SLM technologies and SLM approaches provide the main pillar of the local/ study site documentation of WOCAT. The questionnaires have been continuously developed and improved over the last 15 years. The documented Technologies and Approaches are then entered into the WOCAT databases. FAO and WOCAT have a long standing collaboration which is also formalized in the WOCAT International framework agreement (MOU) signed in 2014.
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    The Carbon Balance of the World Bank-financed Land Husbandry, Water Harvesting and Hillside Irrigation (LWH) Project of the Government of Rwanda: Application of the EX-Ante Carbon-balance tool (EX-ACT)
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    Agriculture can play an important role in climate change mitigation while contributing to increased food security and reductions in rural poverty. The Ex-Ante Carbon-balance Tool (EX-ACT) can estimate the mitigation potential of rural development projects generated from changes in farming systems and land use. The study presents and discusses the EX-ACT analysis performed on the World Bankfinanced Land Husbandry, Water Harvesting and Hillside Irrigation Project of the Government of Rwanda. Estim ates of the impact of project activities on greenhouse gas emissions and carbon sequestration demonstrate that the implementation of the LWH project will provide additional environmental benefits by helping to mitigate climate change. Thus it reflects possible synergies between mitigation and rural development goals through a watershed approach.
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    Improvement of storage facilities, post- harvest handling, and storage practice in Bay Region, Southern Somalia - OSRO/ SOM/ 811/ EC
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    “Improvement of storage facilities and post- harvest handling and storage practice in Bay Region, Southern Somalia”, is an FAO Project jointly funded by EC (€ 800,000): FAO (€ 88,900). The Project entitled began on 16.12.2009 and, following a no cost extension of 6 months, closed on 10.07.2011.

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