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Building Resilience through Innovation, Communication and Knowledge Services (BRICKS) (Sahel and West Africa)

Sahel and West Africa

Titre : Building Resilience through Innovation, Communication and Knowledge Services (BRICKS) (Sahel and West Africa)

Numéro de projet : P130888

Date d’approbation : September 4, 2013
Date de clôture : June 30, 2019

Région : Sahel and West Africa

Mise en œuvre : OSS, IUCN, CILSS/AGRYHMET

Présentation
The objective of the Building Resilience through Innovation, Communication and Knowledge Services (BRICKS) Project for Africa is to improve accessibility of best practices and monitoring information within the Sahel and West Africa program portfolio on sustainable land use and management. There are three components to the project, the first component being knowledge management. The outcome of this component is : operational knowledge inside and outside the Sahel and West Africa Program in support of the Great Green Wall Initiative, or GGWI (SAWAP) portfolio is regularly exchanged through a regional learning hub that networks institutions and individuals that are implementing 12 country investment operations. The second component is the program monitoring support. There are two outcomes from this component. First, additional monitoring tools and training are deployed at regional and country levels to track processes and impacts from the portfolio of projects. Second, the SAWAP portfolio is regularly monitored against a set of thematic and process indicators. Finally, the third component is the project management. The outcome of this component is that the management of the regional BRICKS project is carried out efficiently and effectivel

Montant total du projet : US$ 4.63 million

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