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2012

Reducing vulnerability of natural resource dependent livelihoods in two landscapes at risk of the effects of climate change in Burkina Faso : Boucles du Mouhoun Forest Corridor and Mare d’Oursi Wetlands Basin

Burkina Faso

Titre : Reducing vulnerability of natural resource dependent livelihoods in two landscapes at risk of the effects of climate change in Burkina Faso : Boucles du Mouhoun Forest Corridor and Mare d’Oursi Wetlands Basin

Pays : Burkina Faso

Approuvé le : 2012-07-19

Organisme d’exécution : National Council for Environment and Sustainable Development (CONEDD)

GEF Agency : United Nations Development Programme

Contexte
With more than 70% of the population live on less than $2 per day, Burkina Faso’s economy is heavily dependent on natural resources. In the riparian areas of the Boucles du Mouhoun Forest Corridor (BdM) and the Mare d’Oursi Wetlands Basin (MdO) approximately 150,000 people are directly dependent on natural assets such water, pasture, forests and fertile soil for a living. The project aims to increase the adaptive capacity and reduce vulnerability of the riparian population through timely dissemination of risk information and strengthening of physical, natural and social assets in the two regions.

Description
To reduce local communities ? vulnerability to the additional risks posed by climate change and build their resilience with focus on the natural resource management sectors in the Boucles du Mouhoun Forest Corridor and the Mare d’Oursi Wetlands Basin.

Primary Beneficiaries : Local communities in the riparian areas of the Boucles du Mouhoun Forest Corridor and the Mare d’Oursi Wetlands Basin

Informations financières
GEF Grant : 7,000,000 USD
Cofinancing Total : 21,407,000 USD
Project Cost : 28,407,000 USD

GEF (Global Environment Facility)

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