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Achieving sustainable forest management through community managed protected areas in Madagascar

Last updated: 21/03/2024
IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-7-ICF-PO0010-MADA
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This project aims to reduce deforestation and forest degradation within Madagascar’s national park network by supporting community and regional authorities to manage and monitor natural resources more effectively. It also seeks to transform the way in which communities use the forest by investing in sustainable farming practices and alternative livelihoods. By demonstrating proof of concept for community-based forest management, this project seeks to help communities to attract new investment and access market-based opportunities that guarantee the long-term financial sustainability of the protected area network. In this way, the project aims to create a successful model that could be replicated across the protected area network.


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Programme data last updated on 21/03/2024