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Floristic Study of Herbal Species in Shah Foladi, Bamyan


Titre : Floristic Study of Herbal Species in Shah Foladi, Bamyan

Pays : Afghanistan

Numéro projet : AFG/SGP/OP6/Y2/CORE/BD/17/01

Domaine : Biodiversity CapDev

Durée : 3/2017 — 3/2019

Bénéficiaire : Afghanistan Research and Social Change Organization

Floristic study of Herbal plant species project in Shah Foladi, Bamyan is focusing on enhancing knowledge and understanding of Shah Foladi biodiversity and protection of biodiversity through conducting a floristic study of the Shahe Foladi protected area. This will result into strengthening community stewardship and commitment for the protection of the landscape and the public awareness raising.
After the project is done, the result of floristic studies will be used as base and knowledge for both governmental and non-governmental environmental organizations to plan for any further program aimed at conservation Shah of Foladi. As experts believe what makes Foldi unique and special is the diverse Flowers and plants however, some of them are not seen anywhere across the world, flora study of the region is the first step for any further conservation program. Also the book ”flora of Shah Foladi” will be used by students of agricultural and environmental department of all academia. Awareness rising of community around Foladi can engage community in protection landscape, As community livelihood are directly affected by the any change in the landscape.

1.Publishing Book “Flora of Shah Foladi’, in which about 250 species including famous, rare and endangered medicinal and aromatic plant identified ,illustrated and briefly described, developed 2.400 copies of Book” Flora of Shah Foladi” printed and distributed among stakeholders, relevant governmental and non-governmental institutions, academia as well as information and findings shared 3.50 Community members trained on ecological values of Shah Foladi and landscape conservation through 2 training workshop 4.400 community members being aware of value of Shah Foladi and landscape conservation through brochure

Grant Amount (GEF) : US$ 41,000.00
Co-Finanshing Cash : US$ 15,700.00
Co-Finanshing in-Kind : US$ 10,800.00

GEF Small Grants Programme

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