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Strong cooperatives needed to prevent forest destruction!

By EsubalewDires

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Dubaba kebele, which is located to the North of Quara, is around 90 km away from the capital of the woreda- Gelego. Dubaba kebele residents are migrants composed from 24 different woredas due to settlement. A young farmer Tesfahun Sitot is a resident at the locality of Mirt Gelego in Dubaba kebele. The farmer is married and has got a son. He moved from South Wollo Zone, Meqdela Woreda at a village named Chingua to Quarra due to a legal settlement in 1997.  Farmer Tesfahun described Dubaba and its surrounding as it was covered by dense forest and inhabited by a large variety of indigenous plant and animal species. Over the past 10 years, natural forests are greatly diminishing. As a result,, animals living in the forest like monkey, antelope, boars, deer, lion, leopard etc migrated due to lack of shelter.

Natural forest destruction and animal migration are mainly caused by a significant population growth, development of construction, timber and charcoal production, the expansion of agricultural land.

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Last Updated (Monday, 06 June 2016 09:03)

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 Protection and sustainable management of forests in West Amhara through PFM approach!

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By Esubalew Dires

ORDA, the strategic partner of ANRS, is fruitful in filling developmental gaps in relation to managing sustainable natural resources, delivering potable water supply, developing irrigation schemes, supplying improved agricultural technologies and livestock resources.

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