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Strengthening Coordination and Capacity of Communities, Local Authorities and Private Sector Actors, Co- Managers for Local Development and Sustainable Conservation of the Menabe Antimena Protected Area Ecosystem (Madagascar)

Madagascar

CEPF - Protection de la biodiversité par l’autonomisation des personnes

Titre : Strengthening Coordination and Capacity of Communities, Local Authorities and Private Sector Actors, Co- Managers for Local Development and Sustainable Conservation of the Menabe Antimena Protected Area Ecosystem (Madagascar)

Pays /Région : Madagascar

Durée : Mar 2016 - Feb 2018

Présentation
Work closely with each municipality in Madagascar’s Menabe-Antinema region, which was declared a new protected area in 2015 under IUCN category VI. Develop participatory territorial planning exercises, including zoning plans, that are aligned with the protected area management plan. Support local farmers to adopt more intensive agricultural productions (e.g., peanuts, corn) to increase income while reducing the need for new land. Approach private sector actors in the region to set up voluntary agreements to adopt biodiversity-friendly practices and support local economic development.

Bénéficiaire : Association Fanamby

Financement : US$153,289

Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF)

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