Community / Land projects / Post-Crisis Rural Recovery and Development (PCRRDP) / Catchments and Landscapes Management Project (CLMP)
Post-Crisis Rural Recovery and Development (PCRRDP) / Catchments and Landscapes Management Project (CLMP)
01/07 - 01/16
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The programme aims to improve the incomes, food security and nutrition of 171,650 households of the most disadvantaged communities in the regions of Debub and Gash Barka. It provides sustainable natural resource management to help raise agricultural productivity, and it also ensures the rehabilitation of degraded rangelands and watersheds.
Land and natural resource governance interventions included in the Catchments and Landscape Management Project (CLMP) which emerged from the PCRRDP (completed in 2013) seek to halt land degradation in the two Zobas (districts) of Debub and zoba Gash Barka through the promotion of sustainable land management approaches, and the generation of best Sustainable Land Management (SLM) practices, while at the national level it supports the GoE in the formulation of a policy and institutional framework for upscaling successful SLM technologies and approaches.