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Reducing the adverse effect of climate change by building resilient livelihoods and ecosystem in Western Amhara Project Familiarization Workshop conducted

         Western Amhara Project Familiarization

Reducing the adverse effect of climate change by building resilient livelihoods and ecosystem in Western Amhara Project familiarization workshop is being carried out in Gondar City. It has a mission to Contribute to the efforts of the Ethiopian intended nationally determined contribution (INDC) to reduce the adverse effects of climate change. It is funded by BMZ (Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany) and implemented by ORDA Ethiopia in partnership with WHH (Welthungerhilfe).

The project will be implemented in 9 kebele’ of Quara woreda, Western Gondar Zone, Amhara Region, till 2024. Though Quara woreda is the green belt for Amhara region for it protects the expansion of Sahara Desert, but currently it’s forest and vegetation highly damaged by Slash-and-burn agriculture, cattle free-grazing, excessive logging and charcoal production, Unsustainable forms of incense extraction, frequent forest fires, etc. So the project will avert all these problems by participating the area community.

         Western Amhara Project Familiarization1

Ato Girma Zewude, by representing Deputy Executive Director of ORDA Ethiopia, on his opening remark said the community will engage for afforestation programs to rehabilitate the deforested areas by organizing previous Participatory Forest Management Groups (PFM) and by establishing new PFM groups.

In the familiarization workshop, participants from ANRS Agriculture Office, and offices of Quara Woreda Administration Environment Protection, Agriculture, Land Administration, Cooperative, Justice, Alitash National Park & Animal & Fishing Agency were participated.

 


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