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Rehabilitation of Degraded Sub catchments in Galanefhi subregion (Eritrea)


Titre : Rehabilitation of Degraded Sub catchments in Galanefhi subregion (Eritrea)

Pays : Erythrée

N° projet  : ERI/SGP/OP5/Y2/CORE/LD/12/04

Durée : Start Date : 12/2012 End Date : 11/2014

Résumé du projet
This project, Rehabilitation of Degraded Catchments in one sub-region of 3 kebabies or counties is envisaged to address degradation problem by engaging local actors in environmental conservation through building their capacities to act and create livelihood options for forest dependent poorer communities in three Kebabies of Embeyto, Addihawsha and Lamza. This is a two years project (December 2012 to November 2014) targeting a total population of 7541 or 2044 households.
The project mainly focuses in awareness raising, delineation of protected area of 100 ha, soil and water conservation works including construction of 400 Km of terraces and 350 m3 check-dams, planting of drought resistant 200,000 tree species and training of trainers (TOT) to selected 60 women on improved traditional stove, which the techniques and methods of constructing the improved traditional stove will eventually be widely transferred by the trainers to every household in the communities. Hence, the impacts of the project are eco-friendly that will sustain after the project life. Moreover, at the beginning of project phase, 30 project officers from 6 regions and NUEW HQ will be enhanced their capacity on project cycle management.
In implementing the project, development committees both at the regional and Sub-regional levels are formed. Both committees are composed of members from respective regional/sub-regional administration, branch/sub-branch ministry of Agriculture, members of the NUEW and members of the target communities. At the project level, each community forms a project implementing committee that undertakes the actual planned activities, where women are strongly represented.
Members of committees and SGP personnel and representatives from the branch ministries of Agriculture & Land, water and environment are represented in project monitoring and evaluation process and follow result based monitoring as per the detail plan presented in the body of this document. The knowledge gained from the project is also carefully documented and communicated to concerned organizations and offices.

Grant Amount : US$ 50,000.00
Co-Financing Cash : US$ 74,000.00
Co-Financing in-Kind : US$ 117,794.27


GEF Small Grants Programme

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