Land Degradation Surveillance Framework deployed in Senegal
The Framework is helping farmers and governments monitor the progress of regreening efforts and the overall health of their land.
The Land Degradation Surveillance Framework has been designed by World Agroforestry to provide a biophysical baseline at landscape level that supports the monitoring and evaluation of land degradation and the effectiveness of land restoration measures over time. Senegal has now been trained in its use.
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