Adaptation to Climate Change through Sustainable Forest Management Program: Supporting the implementation of Joint Forest Management schemes in Khatlon Province and GBAO Tajikistan.

Project: Adaptation to Climate Change through Sustainable Forest Management Program: Supporting the implementation of Joint Forest Management schemes in Khatlon Province and GBAO Tajikistan.

Projects Duration:   

1)      GIZ-I July 2014December 2014,

2)      GIZ-II December 2014 August 2015

3)      CAFT-I July 2016 January 2018

4)      CAFT-II May 2018December 2018

Target Area & Beneficiaries:1905 household in 17 villages of Baljuvon, Khovaling, Farkhor and Vanj districts.

PROJECT OBJECTIVE.

Pjt is directed twrds raising the wrnss of local population and the capacity building of the staff of the frst dtmt n values of biodiversity, as well as about the theats and tunitis f svtin of wildlife and ecosystem rstrtin. Establishment of Joint Forest Management (JFM) groups.

PROJECT RESULT:

Ø 354 forest users trained on joint forest management (JFM) approaches, adaptation to climate change through sustainable forest management and value of biodiversity as well as about the threat and opportunities for ecosystem restoration.

Ø 6 common interest group (133 member) established on; pasture management, forest fruit dryers, joint forest management, beekeeping, herbs collection,

Ø 17 JFM groups established in:

            Baljuvon - 4 JFM         Vanj - 7 JFM                Farkhor - 2 JFM           Khovaling - 4 JFM

Ø 4681 ha forest area has plan for rehabilitation and afforestation,

Ø 38 subprojects developed and implemented among Pasture Users Groups and Joint Forest Management groups. These are following subprojects; mini solar system, pasture water points for animals, fodder production, construction of fold (animal yard), bridge construction, access roads to pasture and support shepherds with tent.

Ø 8 mini projects on processing of fruits and dairy production for woman groups.

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