On May 1 and May 2, 2014 the GIZ- Spate Irrigation Network, Regional Conference on Managing Prosopis Juliflora for better (agro-)pastoral Livelihoods in the Horn of Africa was held in Addis Ababa. Below you can view and download the powerpoint presentations.
Program of the days
- The spread of Prosopis Juliflora in Baadu, Ethiopia from a Socio-Ecological Perspective
- Ecological Challenges and Potential Carbon Storage Benefits of Prosopis Juliflora in Afar
- Total Economic Value of Prosopis Invasion: An Economic Assessment of the Impact of Prosopis Invasion and Participative Management Approaches in Afar Region, Ethiopia
- Households’ Demand for Mitigation of Prosopis Juliflora Invasion in the Afar Region of Ethiopia: a Contingent Valuation
- Household Perception about Prosopis and its Effect on Pastoral Livelihood Diversification Strategy
- Gender Aspects of Prosopis Juliflora Spread, Perceptions, Impacts and Coping Strategies
- Mesquite Tree Infestation on GASH Spate Irrigation System: Impacts and Remedial Measures
- Summary of Ministry of Livestock’s Rangeland Management Platform Meeting on Prosopis, 16th April 2014
- Prosopis, Parthenuim and Beyond: Elements for an Integrated Strategy of IAS Control in the Afar Region
- Analysis of Stakeholders Involved on Prosopis Juliflora Management in Afar Regional State
- Prosopis Juliflora in Spate Irrigation Systems: Control and/or Use of Prosopis Juliflora in Sudan, Yemen, Ethiopia, Eritrea and Pakistan
- Socio-Economic Impacts of Prosopis related Charcoal Trade in Gewane Woreda, Afar Region
An interesting video on Prosopis Juliflora, which was shown as well is “Prosopis Juliflora in Afar, Ethiopia”. This video captures how Prosopis has taken root in Afar (Northern Ethiopia), and how government authorities/ local communities have been dealing with its presence and harmful effects.