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2017

Sustainable Crab Farming at Babli Lagoon, Shah Bander Distrcit Sujawal

Pakistan

Titre : Sustainable Crab Farming at Babli Lagoon, Shah Bander Distrcit Sujawal

Pays : Pakistan

Numéro projet : PAK/SGP/OP6/Y1/STAR/MF/2017/37

Domaine : Community Based Adaptation

Durée : 12/2017 --- 11/2018

Bénéficiaire : Sindh Sahil Welfare Association

Présentation
Objectives and Goal
• Establishment of 8 acre crab-Fattening within the mangroves including value chain development being potential economic and aqua cultural richness for the best ecosystem. • Determine the status of and constraints to mud crab aquaculture and how to overcome challenges through improved practices • Espouse Innovative tools and techniques for transferring technology through trainings and refreshers for targeted fisher communities for crab farming with mangroves (The environment shield) • Awareness capacity building programs through exposure visit to encourage farmers to adopt new techniques and motivating farmers to adopt modern methods of crab fattening and culture process through demonstration plots

Activities
• Establishment of 8 acre crab –Fattening at Shah bandar • Plant 20 Acre of Mangroves trees • Provide trainings to 250 crab farmers for new tools of crab farming • Access of 250 fish-farmers to crab development and value chain • Exposure visit for 90 farmers • Pre Post scenario and poverty card measuring change

Financement
Grant Amount (GEF) : US$ 48,438.00
Co-Finanshing in-Kind : US$ 44,528.00

GEF Small Grants Programme

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