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2006

SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF BIODIVERSITY RESOURCES IN NYANDORO VILLAGE, MUDZI DISTRICT (ZIMBABWE)

Zimbabwe

Titre : SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF BIODIVERSITY RESOURCES IN NYANDORO VILLAGE, MUDZI DISTRICT (ZIMBABWE)

Pays : Zimbabwe

Numéro projet : ZIM/SGP/OP3/Y2/CORE/2006/07

Domaine : Biodiversity Land Degradation

Durée : 10/2006 - 12/2008

Bénéficiaire : NYANDORO VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

Présentation
The project is located in Nyandoro village a riverine community that is situated at the extreme southeastern corner of Mudzi district. this project seeks to achieve sustainable management of biodiversity resources in Nyandoro village and its environs. The eradication of the tsetse fly menace, population migration to the lower Rwenya area due to gold panning activities along the river and the resultant increase in the huaman population in Nyandoro and adjacent villages in Nyanga district have resulted in increased human population pressure on biodiversity resources. the threat to sustainable management of biodiversity has been compounded by droughts that have forced households to cultivate plots close to the river in search of moisture. _The project seeks to achieve sustainable management of biodiversity resources in nyandoro village nad its environs.
Project objectives : * 1. strengthening the capacity of the nyandoro village community to manage biodiversityresources in a sustainable manner ; * 2. diversification of household livelihood options through strategies that reduce over exploitation of biodiversity

Financement
Grant Amount (GEF Small Grants Programme) : US$ 29,216.00
Co-Financing Cash : US$ 7,000.00
Co-Finanshing in-Kind : US$ 25,900.00

GEF Small Grants Programme

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