Overview of the project
The degradation of the ecosystems, fauna and flora, of the Dzanga Sangha APDS is due to inappropriate practices: bush fires, use of pesticides, hunting and fishing, deforestation, and the development of mining in the surrounding area.
This degradation causes the loss of biodiversity, the drying up of water, etc. To address these problems, JPEC proposes to carry out this project in the localities of Ngoulo and Lopo in the Sangha Mbaéré prefecture.
Contribute to the conservation of biodiversity through the development of a community approach based on integrated agroforestry and beekeeping in order to improve the living conditions of CLA.
02/2021 - 02/2022
- 60 leaders of the different agro-forestry groups and beekeepers are trained
- 10 groups are structured as a Cooperative of Local Groups for Sustainable Development
- 10 groups have their statutory texts
- 10 groups are equipped with reforestation materials and tools
- 6000 Essesseng (African tropical wood) nurseries are planted
- 6 hectares of degraded agricultural land are restored.
- Communities are trained in appropriate forestry, environment, and agriculture practices adapted to climate change
- CLAs master techniques of reforestation and improved beekeeping
Financement du PMF/FEM
- Training session for community women leaders on the governance of natural resources and the environment, the fight against climate change and COVID-19
- 10 agro-forestry groups and beekeepers are trained on reforestation techniques and improved beekeeping in the face of climate change
- Providing the groups with reforestation tools and equipment
- Structuring and elaboration of statutory texts called Cooperative of Local Groups for Sustainable Development
- Ministry of Water and Forestry, Hunting and Fishing
- Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development
- Local municipality
- Local Community and Aboriginals