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Symphony of Science and Practice: Bringing Evidence to Bear for Land Restoration Practice and Policy in Africa
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Principles for Ecosystem Restoration to Guide the United Nations Decade 2021–2030
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GLF Africa 2021: Outcome Statement (EN/FR)
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GLF Africa 2021: Donor and Partner Report (EN/FR)
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Learnings from how Indigenous communities have sustainably managed the biome for centuries
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