Update from the field: Ghana February 2022
Although COLANDS in Ghana resumed fieldwork in 2021, the team adopted a cautious approach, compatible with local COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, to minimize infection risk for the COLANDS team as well as communities and other stakeholders.
From project to process: Pitfalls and potential of implementing long-term integrated landscape Approaches
COLANDS Session at the GLF Climate 2021 in Glasgow 6 November 2021 Members of the COLANDS initiative presented research findings from three countries – Ghana, Indonesia and Zambia – during the session “Project to process: The pitfalls and potential of implementing long-term integrated landscapes approaches” held on the sidelines of the COP26 climate summit in […]
Update from the field: Indonesia July 2021
By: Elizabeth Linda Yuliani, Moira Moeliono, Sandra Cordon Travel restrictions due to COVID-19 during the first six months of 2021 have continued to limit access to field sites for the Bogor-based members of the COLANDS team. An easing of travel restrictions in March and April 2021 raised hopes that field work, including facilitating multistakeholder platforms, […]
Update from the field: Ghana July 2021
In Northern Ghana, many people struggle for decent livelihoods amidst high levels of poverty and few job opportunities – a situation that is fueling a greater risk of conflict among communities sharing a common landscape and its resources.
Updates from the Field: Zambia November 2020
By: Kaala B. Moombe (Corresponding/Lead Author), Davison J. Gumbo, Bravedo M. Mwaanga, Esnelly Katongo, Mercy M. Kandulu, Lubomba Bwembelo, Rays C. Mwansa, Likando A. Masheke. Forest foods in Zambia are diverse and nutrient rich. Photo by Joe Nkadaani/CIFOR Despite the constraints associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, COLANDS activities have continued since mid-year in its field […]