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zwarte stern

Zwarte sterns scheren over het water in de zouweboezem (bij Vianen) op jacht naar insecten. Deze stern maakt 2 sporen in het water, een met zijn staart en de ander met zijn snavel. Wat een vliegkunst!




White-cheeked Honeyeater (Phylidonyris niger niger)

White-cheeked Honeyeater (Phylidonyris niger niger), Chiltern Track, NSW, Australia

Ebird checklist:
ebird.org/view/checklist/S45638512

The white-cheeked honeyeater (Phylidonyris niger) inhabits the east coast and the south-west corner of Australia. It has a large white patch on its cheek, a brown eye, and a yellow panel on its wing.

Source: Wikipedia
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White-cheeked_honeyeater




Niger

03 March 2016, Tera, Bajirga, Niger - Everyday life scenes of a pastoralist family, women go to to collect water.


FAO project GCP/INT/157/EC: Action Against Deserti-fication is an initiative of the African, Caribbean and Pacifi-c Group of States (ACP) to promote sustainable land management and restore drylands and degraded lands in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacifi-c, implemented by FAO and partners with funding from the European Union in the framework of the 10th European Development Fund (EDF).

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Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Giulio Napolitano




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The leaves, fruit and roots of this Acacia albida tree are used for self-fertilization, while the bark is used for making medicinal drugs. It is an ideal tree for agroforestry products. - - Keita Integrated Development Project: GCP/NER/028/ITA. The Keita Integrated Development Project was launched in 1984 following an accord between the governments of Niger and Italy. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has been in charge of executing the project. The Keita District has suffered a steady decline in agricultural production over the years because of drought, desertification and population growth. The immediate objectives of the project were to improve agricultural techniques and increase soil productivity; to increase the availability of water; to fight erosion, and to strengthen roads and infrastructure. The Keita project has enjoyed strong popular participation and support and many activities and priorities have been identified by the farmers themselves. Women have been especially active and made up nearly 90% of the work force at first since most economically active men migrate in search of seasonal labour for an average of six months a year. Activities have included land reclamation, soil and water conservation, reforestation, crop production, rural engineering, training, and setting up credit and alternative incomes. The construction of wells, schools, and dispensaries as well as maternal care centres is aimed at improving health and nutrition. The long term objectives of the Keita project are to reduce the food deficit, to halt land degradation and to strengthen local institutions.

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Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Roberto Faidutti




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24 February 2013, Koulomboutej Village, Niger - Women grinding and winnowing millet seeds.

The Great Green Wall Sahara and Sahel Initiative (GGWSSI): FAO and its partners see in the GGWSSI a great opportunity for reinforcing and upscaling successful sustainable land management practices and interventions at a landscape scale for the sustained provision of multiple ecosystem services such as:
-Sustainable forest management (including conservation, management and use of forests, and sustainable harvesting, processing and marketing of wood and non wood forest products);
-Forest landscape restoration using different techniques including tree planting and assisted natural regeneration when it is possible;
-Agroforestry and farmer-managed natural regeneration;
-Fighting sand encroachment through windbreak establishment and sand dune stabilization;
-Sustainable land and water management, including water harvesting techniques;
-Sustainable management and restoration of rangelands;
-Good agricultural practices; and
-Urban and peri-urban forestry and greening

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Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Giulio Napolitano




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Gafati, Niger - Mehao Saley, 60years, preparing meal for the family. She is one of the beneficiaries of the ASTF zero hunger initiative. Through the fund, she was given goats, trained on improving agricultural practices and other technical support.
Gafati in the Zinder region of Niger is one of the communities ASTF has supported in implementing the 3N "Niger feed the Nigerians" zero hunger initiative. The support has helped in the diversification and improvement of agricultural production, the construction of "Maison du paysan", development of small-scale irrigation for horticulture, supported agricultural and zoo-technical inputs to vulnerable households (input shops with seed, fertilizer, animal feed, and warehouses), strengthened the capacity of producer organizations, and the creation and running of Dimitra clubs.

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Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Andrew Esiebo




Studio Shap Shap

Studio Shap Shap is the story of 6 friends living in Niamey and who have different languages, ages, history and cultures (4 Nigerians, 1 Chadian, 1 from Reunion island). www.jaamzin.com/blog/studio-shap-shap




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Fox squirrel (Sciurus niger), also known as the eastern fox squirrel or Bryant's fox squirrel,




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Fox squirrel (Sciurus niger), also known as the eastern fox squirrel or Bryant's fox squirrel,




White-cheeked Honeyeater

A White-cheeked Honeyeater (Phylidonyris niger) seen in a pine plantation near Gnangara, Perth, Western Australia.




Lasius niger

Tomáš Markovič posted a photo:

Lasius niger




Fox Squirrel

RedSolaris posted a photo:

Fox Squirrel




I am a #Nigeria, One in 180 million, I am adventurous, I #explore #Nigeria. #Gurarafalls is located between #Niger state and Federal Capital Territory. The #waterfall has a lot of mythical and folktales attached to it. #naijagems

musa.abdul5 posted a photo:

I am a #Nigeria, One in 180 million, I am adventurous, I #explore #Nigeria.  #Gurarafalls is located between #Niger state and Federal Capital Territory. The #waterfall has a lot of mythical and folktales attached to it.  #naijagems




Bec-en-ciseaux noirs (Rynchops niger)

Black skimmers - Olympus Tough TG-3




Little Cormorant (Microcarbo niger)

Hebbal




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02 March 2016, Tera, Bajirga, Niger - Moctar Sacande, Forest Seed and Restoration Senior Expert, FAO, leading a group of farmers for harvesting seeds.


FAO project GCP/INT/157/EC: Action Against Deserti-fication is an initiative of the African, Caribbean and Pacifi-c Group of States (ACP) to promote sustainable land management and restore drylands and degraded lands in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacifi-c, implemented by FAO and partners with funding from the European Union in the framework of the 10th European Development Fund (EDF).




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02 March 2016, Tera, Bajirga, Niger - Women at work for preparing the field for the next rainy season by escaving mid-moon dams to save water.


FAO project GCP/INT/157/EC: Action Against Deserti-fication is an initiative of the African, Caribbean and Pacifi-c Group of States (ACP) to promote sustainable land management and restore drylands and degraded lands in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacifi-c, implemented by FAO and partners with funding from the European Union in the framework of the 10th European Development Fund (EDF).




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02 March 2016, Tera, Bajirga, Niger - A local farmer working in the nursery.


FAO project GCP/INT/157/EC: Action Against Deserti-fication is an initiative of the African, Caribbean and Pacifi-c Group of States (ACP) to promote sustainable land management and restore drylands and degraded lands in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacifi-c, implemented by FAO and partners with funding from the European Union in the framework of the 10th European Development Fund (EDF).




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02 March 2016, Tera, Bajirga, Niger - Everyday life scenes of a pastoralist family.


FAO project GCP/INT/157/EC: Action Against Deserti-fication is an initiative of the African, Caribbean and Pacifi-c Group of States (ACP) to promote sustainable land management and restore drylands and degraded lands in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacifi-c, implemented by FAO and partners with funding from the European Union in the framework of the 10th European Development Fund (EDF).




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02 March 2016, Tera, Bajirga, Niger - Farmers at work in the nursery.


FAO project GCP/INT/157/EC: Action Against Deserti-fication is an initiative of the African, Caribbean and Pacifi-c Group of States (ACP) to promote sustainable land management and restore drylands and degraded lands in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacifi-c, implemented by FAO and partners with funding from the European Union in the framework of the 10th European Development Fund (EDF).





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