FANAMBY - Study of carbon sequestration potential for the feasibility of a carbon project in the New Protected Area of Loky Manambato

Start
January 2018
End
February 2018
Project cost
30 000 €
Role in the project
Experts carbone et certification

Countries

Madagascar

Fields

Agriculture Organic Agriculture Forest Market

Sectors

NTFPs Vanilla

Partners

CONFIDENTIAL · Fanamby

Main goals

As part of the management of its New Protected Areas (NAP), Fanamby has created a GIE (Groupement d’Intérêt Économique) Sahanala, which brings together within the same platform producers engaged in organic farming, private operators concerned about the environment and fair trade and associations convinced by their participatory conservation approach. In addition, the customer who buys Malagasy vanilla from GIE, wants to offset its carbon emissions, by directly financing the implementation of carbon projects in the NAP of his partner Fanamby.

Specific objectives

  • Analyze the activities of communities living on the outskirts of the NAP and the impact of NAP and GIE activities on these activities to evaluate ex-ante the effectiveness of the carbon project
  • Carry out the feasibility study of the carbon certification following the methodological framework of the client and participate in the training of the team for the implementation of the project

Beneficiaries

The GIE Sahanala
The Fanamby association
The customer
Producers and inhabitants of the Protected Area

Results

R1. Project Proposal and Feasibility Study on carbon calculation
R2. A report on the socio-economic baseline and presenting the social progress plan accompanied by a monitoring methodology

Activities

A1. A first phase of study of the documentation available
A2. A field mission at the beginning of the project carried out by the 3 experts of the team, for the socio-economic component and for the carbon recovery component
A3. Carbon accounting (bibliography on carbon stocks, analysis of deforestation if necessary, calculation of potential carbon benefits, ...)
A4. Following the submission of the Project Concept Note and the discussions on the inclusion of the activities identified as being of interest for the carbon valorization, the information gathered during the mission will be synthesized for the drafting of the Project Proposal
A5. On the basis of the results of the mission, an analysis of the impact of local communities and activities of Fanamby (and GIE) will be carried out

Related people

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Chargée de projet / Forêt & REDD+ / Madagascar

Ny Avy Andriamisaina

Forestry engineer, specialized on "Ecosystem and Biodiversity" and graduated from ESSA (Madagascar), she joined the team with her skills in biodiversity conservation, forest management and natural resources management. With her experience in assessing threats to protected areas, TNRM (Transfer of Natural Resources Management) and community support in conservation, she contributes to the implementation of different projects.

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Project Manager / Forest & REDD + / France

Marie Nourtier

PhD in Forest sciences conducted at INRA Avignon, EMMAH research lab, she brings her expertise in forest ecology, support for REDD+ mechanism and carbon accounting, Environmental and social impact assessment of projects, project management and supervision of technical work

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Project Manager / Agriculture & Market / France

Julien Gonnet

Holder of a Professional Master II in Sustainable Development from the University of Geneva and a Master I in Geography from the University of Jean Moulin, he brings his expertise in project building and project management on agricultural markets, the use of ICT within the agriculture sector, the implementation of certification (organic, fair...) and engineering training

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Country representative in Madagascar

Tovondriaka Rakotobe

With a degree in science - coupled with a background in administration and environmental economics - he has over twenty-five years of experience in sustainable development in a variety of fields: protected areas management, environmental management (planning, information system, environmental impact assessments), quality management at the National Office for the Environment, natural resource management, carbone finance

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