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Sustainable management and use of natural resources based on local development plans (Chad)

Tchad

Titre : Sustainable management and use of natural resources based on local development plans (Chad)

Pays : Tchad

Durée : 2013 to 2015

Commettant : German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)

Organisme de tutelle : Ministère de l’Economie, du Plan et de la Coopération (MEPC)

Contexte
Until 2010, German development cooperation promoted local planning processes in the Ouaddaï, Biltine and Mayo-Kebbi regions. On the basis of these plans, infrastructure measures for the provision of basic social services and economic development were funded, local agreements on the protection and use of natural resources supported, and the conditions created to enable local orientation and decision-making bodies (referred to as ILODs) to monitor compliance with these agreements. Users of natural resources, such as farmers, fisherfolk and other groups, were encouraged to adopt sustainable production processes, and agricultural service structures were established.

Objectifs
In selected rural areas of Chad, the rural population can plan and implement priority measures more effectively on an independent and participatory basis.

Approche
In cooperation with local civil society bodies and farmers’ organisations as well as well-known non-governmental and intermediary organisations, GIZ experts prepare project proposals for participation in invitations to tender issued by international and national rural development funds. The experts support organisational development and project implementation in accordance with the relevant agreement. They also support the establishment of monitoring systems, financial administration and public relations work.

Présentation : GIZ

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