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Sustainable Integrated Development Approach (Sudan)


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Titre : Sustainable Integrated Development Approach (Sudan)

Pays : Sudan

Date : 2018-2021

Agence : Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
Implementing organisation : ZOA International

The organisation ZOA International has applied to Sida for funding of 60,3 million SEK to carry out the project "Sustainable Integrated Development Approach" in four states in Sudan during the period 2018-2021.

The project aims is to strengthen the resilience of people living in Darfur (North, South and West) and Gedaref states. The project has four outcomes : 1) Improved conditions for peaceful and inclusive societies at the local level, including land rights ; 2) Increased sustainable management of water resources, and increased access to water ; 3) Increased capacity on local levels to sustainably manage and protect natural resources and prevent environmental degradation, and 4) Increased sustainable agricultural productivity and improved food security.

Community participation committees will be used to manage the scarce natural resources (such as water) to avoid conflicts. Through Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) the program aims to create a well-reasoned balancing of water needs with water availability and to improve communities planning and management of water usage for specific areas, communities, including both pastoralists and farmers in this planning and management process. The same approach will be used for managing local forests as a source of firewood. ZOA will implement the contribution in a consortium with SOS Sahel and World Relief.

Total committed amount : USD 2,775,476
The contribution’s total budget is 60,3 million SEK and approximately 40% of the contribution budget will be forwarded from ZOA to the other two consortium partners.

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