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2013

Supporting the Adaptive capacities of communities in Climate Change and sustainable land management in Mansin, Breme and Ohianimguase of the Tano South District (Ghana)

Ghana

Titre : Supporting the Adaptive capacities of communities in Climate Change and sustainable land management in Mansin, Breme and Ohianimguase of the Tano South District (Ghana)

Pays : Ghana

N° projet  : GHA/SGP/OP5/Y3/STAR/LD/07/24/027

Durée : Start Date : 8/2013 End Date : 12/2014

Objectifs
The main purpose of this project is to implement innovative strategies, procedures and opportunities to create incentives to increase community investment in sustainable land management through the promotion of sustainable agricultural practices among farmers in the “Mansin, Ohianimguase and Breme’’ area to enable them restore the degraded lands using integrated water and soil management, sustainable livelihood activities and developing access to market opportunities locally.
The specific objectives of the project are as follows :
a) To promote sustainable agricultural practices among farmers in the “Mansin, Ohianimguase and Breme’’ area to enable them restore the degraded lands through integrated water and soil management, introducing farmers to sustainable livelihood activities and developing access to market opportunities locally and globally.
b) To support sustainable small ruminant rearing, grass-cutter rearing and groundnut cultivation as a livelihood supplement and supporting farmers to access fair and ready markets for their produce in order to increase their incomes ;
c) To build and sustain capacities of farmers to enable them identify innovative strategies, approaches and models in linking trade and livelihoods to sustainable land management.

Financement
Grant Amount : US$ 23,300.00
Co-Financing Cash : US$ 8,500.00
Co-Financing in-Kind : US$ 15,400.00

Bénéficiaires  : Centre for Partnership on Rural Improvement Agency

GEF small Grants Programme

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