Agroforestry in a dry zone in the Andes of Bolivia in Depto. Cochabamba

Implementation of species-rich agroforestry plots on degraded, sloping soils in dry zones of the Andes in Bolivia, Depto. Cochabamba with drought-resistant fruit trees such as Opuntia ficus-indica and Pitaya to improve living conditions, secure nutrition, sustainable soil improvement and preservation of natural resources such as soil, water and biodiversity for small farmers without the possibility of irrigation.
Rural women have a particular interest in biodiversity in agroforestry systems because year-round crop yields are possible to feed the family. The project makes it possible to maintain livelihoods in a rural region and thus prevent rural exodus.

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