PONASI2 - Sustainable landscapes and inclusive supply chains

Start
July 2021
End
July 2024
Project cost
840 000 €
Role in the project
General Coordination

Countries

Burkina Faso

Fields

Agriculture Agroforestry Spatial Planning Biodiversity Climate Degradation-Restoration Forest ICT

Sectors

Timber Shea Rice

Partners

CERDE - Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches sur le Droit de l’Environnement · EU - European Union

Main goals

In the continuation of the PONASI project, the objective here is the achievement of a sustainable management and a social and economic valorization of natural resources of the PONASI landscape, promoting the development of the local economy

Specific objectives

SO1. Commitment to sustainable management of forest resources
SO2. Development of all-season income-generating activities for the benefit of women and a significant contribution to the State's commitments in carbon capture

Beneficiaries

  • Inhabitants of 4 villages of the 3 rural communes of Bieha, Guiaro, and Nobere located between the Protected Areas
  • An estimation of 150 villages and 60,000 inhabitants in addition to the 30 villages supported by PONASI and the 20 others by WAKANDA

Results

R1. Development of forest areas through effective and sustainable community management and use of forest ecosystems
R2. Sustainable rural economy developed through a structuring of inclusive sectors at the local level (establishment of inclusive sectors for women and youth in targeted villages)
R3. Project management and communication provided and inter-municipal cooperation strengthened

Market gardeners in one of the 4 villages concerned by the project

Activities

A1. Standardization of a legal, legitimate, fair and equitable community management model
A2. Development and consensual approval of documents for community regulation
A3 Promotion of optimal production and organized comercialization of forest products and services from village conservation areas
A4. Development of an information kit on forestry jobs (development of income-generating forestry activities through market gardening and other agricultural sectors)
A5. Support for the development of improved dolo stoves (mapping, choice of species and establishment of productive water sources and adequate watering devices)
A6. Community involvement for the rehabilitation or reforestation of forest areas (3090ha)
A7. Identification and protection of market gardening areas and supervision of intensive production on 4 ha (support for marketing, rainfed crops adapted to the agro-ecological transition)
A8. Soil and biomass inventory and carbon assessment in village forests and conservation areas
A9. Support for the development of inter-communal cooperation, socio-cultural activities and promotion of solidarity in the periphery of the PONASI PAs (steering committee, mutual solidarity), solar system for household electrification...

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Ismaël Nombré

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Ardjata Sontie

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