Institutional capacity building for sustainable land management and biodiversity conservation at a landscape level
At least 1 inter-village Natural Resource Management Committee per district bringing together at least 2 or more villages to resolve any emerging conflicts over resources use (with more than 30 percent women in leading positions).
At least 10 staff per district, 5 staff per village, and 3,000 community members (more than 30 percent women and more than 30 percent youth represented) trained in participatory joint land-use mapping, planning and regulation in support of sustainable land management, forest conservation and sustainable agro-pastoralism.
Up-scaling of sustainable and climate-smart agriculture, land, water and pastoral management systems
3,000 households (at least 20 percent female-headed households) reporting yield/ha. improved soil health and increased productivity and income generation from agro-pastoral ecosystems.
307,607 tons of CO2 eq. greenhouse gas emissions avoided.
915,247 tons CO2 eq. sequestered.
100 farmer field schools created with 25 participants each (with more than 30 percent women and more than 30 percent youth represented).
20 groups operating tree nurseries (with more than 30 percent women and more than 30 percent youth represented).
25,000 ha. under conservation and climate-smart farming and sustainable management.
4,200 ha. woodlands, rangeland and degraded land reforested or afforested.
3,000 farmers reporting having enough water for primarily livestock and horticulture needs.
At least 3,000 households reporting an increase in all-season income through association with producer groups and better market linkages.