Rural Land Administration, Certification and Land Use Rural Land Administration, Certification and Land Use Interventions under this component aim at mainly in enhancing...Read More
Sustainable Land Management Project II
The objective of the Second Phase of the Sustainable Land Management Project is to reduce land degradation and improve land productivity in selected watersheds in targeted regions in Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being integrated watershed and landscape management. The objective of this component is to support scaling up and adoption of appropriate sustainable land and water management technologies and practices by smallholder farmers and communities in the selected watersheds and woredas. The second component is the institutional strengthening, capacity development and knowledge generation and management. The objective of this component is to complement the on-the-ground activities to be implemented under component one by strengthening and enhancing capacity at the institutional level, and building relevant skills and knowledge of key stakeholders, including government agencies, research organizations and academia involved in the sustainable management of natural resources, as well as the private sector, community leaders and small holder farmers. The third component is the rural land administration. The objective of this component is to enhance the tenure security of smallholder farmers in the project area in order to increase their motivation to adopt sustainable land and water management practices on communal and individual land. Finally, the fourth component is the project management.
Institutional Strengthening, Capacity Development and Knowledge Generation and Management Under this sub-component very specific trainings that focus on new areas of...Read More
Homestead and Farmland Development, Livelihood Improvements and Climate Smart Agriculture: • 14,323 ha of hilly and/or un-hilly farmland was covered by different...Read More
Sustainable Natural Resource Management in Public and Communal Lands: This sub-component accomplished physical soil and water conservation, flood control systems, agro...Read More