What the world can learn from West Africa’s unheard

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Policy-makers, development agencies and funders have thus tended to overlook the importance of this complex landscape as successful, sustainable and biodiverse agroforestry systems. As a result, policies and programs treat forests and agriculture separately. Rather than build on the advantages of these multifunctional systems, they instead focus on the intensification of agriculture or conservation of forests, when they should be strengthening or improving the existing, successful smallholder systems.

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