Participatory Natural Resource Management and Rural Development Project in the North, Centre-North and East Re
08/13 - 09/21
This project is part of
The project aims to improve the living conditions and boost the incomes of 40,000 rural households in the area of Neer Tamba by assisting them in developing and strengthening their autonomy and ability to play an increasingly proactive role in creating a sustainable economic and social fabric. On land and natural resource governance, the project aims to strengthen land tenure security, especially for women, youth and rural landless. Land tenure security has been given critical importance in the project area, thus related interventions cut across all of the project's components. The strategy with regard to this is based on a general principle of securing user rights among the target populations, and a proactive approach to facilitating access to the developed plots. To this extent the project will contribute to the dissemination of legal and administrative texts among the key actors of the project. Further the project will support the establishment of village committees dealing with land tenure issues, in target villages. The project will organize trainings of young professionals in this area to overcome the obstacle for the construction and maintenance of facilities to secure access to land.