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2011

Supporting Local Community Initiatives In Preventing Land Degradation And Sustaining Local Livelihoods In The Dry Lands Of Kolpiene, Muesama, Oli, Dabo, Namuo, In The Nadowli District (Ghana)

Ghana

Titre : Supporting Local Community Initiatives In Preventing Land Degradation And Sustaining Local Livelihoods In The Dry Lands Of Kolpiene, Muesama, Oli, Dabo, Namuo, In The Nadowli District (Ghana)

Pays : Ghana

N° projet  : GHA/SGP/OP5/CORE/LD/11/18/004

Durée : Start Date : 12/2011 End Date : 5/2013

Résumé du projet
The main aim of this project is to prevent further land degradation, reverse desertification and sustain local people’s livelihoods in the dry land communities.
Specific objectives
Objective 1 : To reduce the incidence of bushfires in the dry land communities through promoting wildlife domestication in homes as an alternative to hunting in the bush with fires, and to support their livelihoods.
Objective 2 : To enhance the availability of tree seedlings in dry land communities in the Kolpiene, Muesama, Oli, Dabo and Namuo to support and sustain the local people’s on-going initiatives in land conservation and rehabilitation, afforestation, reforestation and to alleviate poverty.
Objective 3 : To promote partnerships with traditional authorities to increase the effectiveness of community natural resource management programmes in the dry lands.
Objective 4 : To promote activities that will reduce the incidence and severity of bushfires.

Financement
Grant Amount : US$ 24,000.00
Co-Financing Cash : US$ 8,000.00
Co-Financing in-Kind : US$ 67,000.00

Bénéficiaires  : Youth in Dryland Restoration and Hunger Reduction Project

GEF Small Grants Programme

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