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Reboisement par l~acacia mangium de 4 ha de terres appauvrie dans le village de Angbavia À Toumodi (Reforestation by acacia mangium 4 ha of land in...

September 3, 2014



Reboisement par l~acacia mangium de 4 ha de terres appauvrie dans le village de Angbavia À Toumodi (Reforestation by acacia mangium 4 ha of land in the village of impoverished Angbavia Toumodi)

Area Of Work: Land Degradation Operational Phase: Phase 5 Grant Amount: US$ 22,021.03 Co-Financing in-Kind: US$ 8,179.24 Status: Not active yet Project Description: I. Presentation of the organization, experience The combination of modern young coal Toumodi was born in 2012 and is dedicated to promoting modern coal-based fuel reforestation of fast-growing trees. II. problematic The production of charcoal has become the main activity of many young men and women from the village of Angbavia, like many other villages in the department of Toumodi. Or the massive exploitation of charcoal immediate consequence massive land clearing, exposing the erosion of water and wind. After the passage of coal on land, it is virtually impossible to grow food crops. It is therefore to ensure that coal mining does not rhyme with land degradation. In other words, we must find a way to produce coal in an environmentally. III. Project outline The project is to reduce deforestation of land due to the mass production of coal in the village of Angbavia, Toumodi, by converting the coal into modern beekeepers and taking them to achieve reforestation four (04) acres of land acacia mangium for the production of coal in five (05) years. IV. Project location: Angbavia, Toumodi central CÔte d~Ivoire V. Target: twenty (20) beneficiaries whose seven (07) women VI. General purpose Contribute to the fight against land degradation due to charcoal production, Toumodi. VII. specific Objective Create an experimental, four (4) hectares of acacia mangium Angbavia, after twelve (12) months, to coal production after five (5) years; Making beekeeping, an alternative source of income for traditional coal, the wait for the maturity of the reforested plants without continuing to clear land VIII. expected Results 4 hectares of land are planted with acacia mangium for coal production after five (05) years. 20 traditional coal, seven (7) women earn at least 116 000 FCFA per month modern beekeeping; The beneficiaries of the project coal stopped to clear the land for the production of coal and are dedicated to beekeeping until plant maturity acacia mangium IX. Activities to be undertaken sensitization Acquisition forestry equipment Training silvicultural reforestation Theoretical and practical training in modern beekeeping; Acquisition of beekeeping equipment; Installing beehives and apiaries; Honey harvesting, processing and marketing. X. community involvement and strategy implementation Recipients will buy all the beekeeping equipment, hives and pat outfits. They will maintain nurseries and reforestation. They will install the hives and all tasks related to beekeeping. XI. Gender approach of the project and participation of women twenty (20) beneficiaries whose seven (07) women XII. Benefit to the local sustainable development Forest conservation, improving incomes and living conditions of the beneficiaries. XIII. Risks and Mitigation Measures - Ri

Project completion date : 2015-08-31 12:00:00

Major organization : SGP THE GEF SMALL GRANTS PROGRAMME

Address : UNDP 01 B.P. 1747 Abidjan



Country :Cote D'Ivoire

Email : gerardmg@unops.org

Financier : Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme (SGP),


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