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National Land Management & Livestock Project


Titre : National Land Management & Livestock Project

Numéro de projet : P000147

Date d’approbation : 4 juin 1985
Date de clôture : 31 mars 1993

Pays : Botswana

The National Land Management and Livestock Project will strengthen the Government’s institutional capability to promote more rational and effective utilization of Botswana’s vast and overgrazed traditional rangelands. Specifically, it will : (a) support the Government’s long-range land tenure reforms ; (b) increase commercial livestock production and improve its efficiency ; (c) promote equity through developing assistance programs for small- and medium-scale cattle-holders ; (d) encourage improved herd management and range conservation. It will, moreover, strengthen institutions responsible for both livestock development and wildlife management. These objectives will be achieved through provision of credit and skilled management for the establishment of commercial ranches by individuals and groups according to national policy guidelines. In addition, they will be met by far-reaching reform of the system of land-use planning and management ; upgrading of trek routes ; and technical assistance for institutional coordination, training and extension, project management, range ecology, and analysis of pricing, cost-recovery and taxation policy.

Montant total du projet : USD 10.70 millions

Présentation : Banque Mondiale

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