Securing Rights and Restoring Lands for Improved Livelihoods

Securing Rights and Restoring Lands for Improved Livelihoods

The four-year-project, funded by the European Union, aimed at poverty reduction, sustainable management and restoration of ecosystems in drylands and rangelands. It was implemented in four countries: Botswana (Kgalagadi District), Jordan (Zarqa River Basin), Mali (Mopti Region), and Sudan (Kassala and Gedaref States)

 

 

Benefitting zone
All Countries

KEY FACTS

  • Total cost (€)

    2 000 000.00

    EU contracted amount

    1 600 000.00

    Duration

    December 2009 - December 2014

    Implementing organisation

    IUCN Regional Office for Europe/ IUCN Global Drylands Programme

    Funding instrument

    DCI - Environment and sustainable management of natural resources including energy