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2015

Mainstreaming Ecosystem-based Approaches to Climate-resilient Rural Livelihoods in Vulnerable Rural Areas through the Farmer Field School Methodology

Sénégal

Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’Alimentation et l’Agriculture (FAO)
Fonds pour l’Environnement Mondial (FEM)

Titre : Mainstreaming Ecosystem-based Approaches to Climate-resilient Rural Livelihoods in Vulnerable Rural Areas through the Farmer Field School Methodology

Pays /Région : Sénégal

Dates : From : 13/11/2015 // To : 13/11/2020

Présentation
To enhance the capacity of Senegal’s agro-pastoral sector to develop more climate-resilient production systems and mainstream integrated Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) strategies into on-going agro-pastoral and agricultural development policies and programmes. The project will do this by helping stakeholders adopt a field-based, pragmatic community learning process that leads to adaptation and eventual wide-scale adoption of improved agro-sylvo-pastoral practices, increasing production, improving livelihoods and enhancing food and nutrition security.

Financement
Funding source (Trust Fund) : Least Developed Countries Fund
GEF Grant Amount : 6,228,995
Co-financing Amount : 24,607,385

FAO - FEM

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