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Rabhi, Pierre, 1938-2021

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Personal name headingRabhi, Pierre, 1938-2021
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Variant(s)Rabhi, Pierre, 1936-
Rabhi, Rabah, 1938-2021
Associated countryAlgeria France
Associated placeBurkina Faso
LocatedArdèche (France)
Birth date1936
Death date2021-12-04
Place of birthKenadsa (Algeria)
Field of activityAgricultural ecology Arid regions agriculture Food security
AffiliationCarrefour international d'échanges de pratiques appliquées au développement
Centre d'études et de formation rurales appliqués
Profession or occupationFarmers Agriculturists Ecologists Environmentalists Authors
Found inHis Du Sahara aux Cévennes, 1983: t.p. (Pierre Rabhi) cover p. 4 (b. 1936, Sahara)
L'offrande au crépuscule, 2001: title page (Pierre Rabhi) page 4 of cover (born in southern Algeria in 1938; "paysan agro-écologiste", living for more than 40 years in Ardèche, he has spent over 20 years putting his expertise to the service of food security; in the early 1980s he worked with the training center of Gorom-Gorom to spread agro-ecology to the poorest peasants)
Wikipedia, May 9, 2022 (Pierre Rabhi; born Rabah Rabhi, 29 May 1938, Kénadsa, French Algeria; died Dec. 4, 2021; French writer, farmer and environmentalist; originally Muslim, he converted to Christianity, then decided to depart from religion as a whole; studied in France as a youth; considered an important personality of agroecology in France; he and wife Michelle moved to Ardèche in 1960; in 1978 he began to do training in agricultural ecology at CEFRA (Centre d'études et de formation rurales appliqués); from 1981 onward he visited Burkina Faso as a "Farmer Without Frontiers", work funded by CRIAD (Centre de relations internationales entre agriculteurs pour le développement); in 1985 he set up the agroecology training centre at Gorom-Gorom; in 1988 he founded CIEPAD (Carrefour international d'échanges de pratiques appliquées au développement) with support of the Hérault Regional Council, and started overseas development programs in several countries; since 1994 he has led the "Oasis en tous lieux--An oasis in any place" movement)
Equivalent(s)Rabhi, Pierre, 1938-
National bib agency no.1023H5666E
Associated languagefre
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