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Community social labour-share groups  (Debo/Wenfel)
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Community social labour-share groups (Debo/Wenfel) [Ethiopia]

Debo is a 'labour share', grouping of land users in a community. It is a social / traditional co-operation/ where land users support each other by working in groups for activities which are labour intensive.

  • Compiler: Philippe Zahner
Self Help
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Self Help [Ethiopia]

A household and the family members work on SLM measures to manage their land without external support.

  • Compiler: Philippe Zahner
Incentive based CCPPA
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Incentive based CCPPA [Ethiopia]

The participation of the communities in the planning implementation and evaluation of SWC activities and provided with food for work as an insentive to encourage participation.

  • Compiler: Daniel Danano
Community Organizations and Mobilization for Soil and Water Conservation Work (COM-SWC)
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Community Organizations and Mobilization for Soil and Water ... [Ethiopia]

Community mobilization for soil and water conservation work in a watershed planning unit is an approach for collective action by organizing all active labor forces living in the kebele/peasant association into development group of 20-30 members and further divide into 1:5 work force to implement construction of soil and water ...

  • Compiler: Gizaw Desta Gessesse
Land Degradation Neutrality Transformative Projects and Programmes  (LDN-TPP) for sustainable agriculture and rural development
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Land Degradation Neutrality Transformative Projects and Programmes (LDN-TPP) ... [Georgia]

In the framework of the project ‘Generating Economic and Environmental Benefits from Sustainable Land Management for Vulnerable Rural Communities of Georgia’, Land Degradation Neutrality Transformative Projects and Programmes (LDN-TPP) were developed to implement the LDN targets at municipal level. The approach defines the process to break down global and international ...

  • Compiler: Daniel Zollner
Integrated Pasture Management Planning in Mountainous Regions
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Integrated Pasture Management Planning in Mountainous Regions [Georgia]

The unsustainable use of pastures and forest areas has led to soil erosion, degradation, desertification and loss of biodiversity in the high mountain areas of the South Caucasus. The development of pasture passports is part of a broader approach to a strategic pasture management plan for Tusheti. This showcase includes ...

  • Compiler: Hanns Kirchmeir