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Securing Rights and Restoring Lands for Improved Livelihoods in Mali

Mali

UICN - Union internationale pour la conservation de la nature

Titre : Securing Rights and Restoring Lands for Improved Livelihoods in Mali

Pays : Mali

Durée : 2010 3 ans

Présentation
The project in Mali aims to address desertification and alleviate poverty through a holistic approach based on the wider landscape and the needs of the local people. It is being implemented in a threatened forest area that provides valuable services and products (firewood, timber, fruit, forage and other non timber forest products) to neighbouring villages and stakeholders including pastoralists. The target groups for the project include small scale farmers and pastoralists in Mopti region. The project will focus on restoration activities and capacity building for the improved management of the Kelka forest and adjacent dryland landscape with a focus on capacity building and sharing of experiences and lessons learned.

Bailleurs de fonds : Union Européenne

Union internationale pour la conservation de la nature (UICN)

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