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Description of project intervention sites. Project inception workshop By: Dr Birhanu, Gerba & Kebebe ILRI-Addis 28 September 2010. Distribution of human population. Source: WoARD. Historical/occupational/ trend analysis landuse/cover change.

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description of project intervention sites
Description of project intervention sites

Project inception workshop

By: Dr Birhanu, Gerba & Kebebe

ILRI-Addis

28 September 2010

historical occupational trend analysis landuse cover change
Historical/occupational/ trend analysislanduse/cover change
  • Population has been booming over the last few decades
  • Forest clearing for cultivation of terrain and fragile land has been concurrently growing particularly in Jeldu & Diga woreda during the last couple of decades
  • Concept & practice of NRM has been introduced during the Derge regime along with emerging disaster owing to natural and anthropogenic factors (the approach is, however, top-down)
  • Other than Fogera, the current efforts to arrest and reverse the growing land degradation problem is marginal
  • Overall, the need for managing land & water is emerging but constrained largely by shortage of resources and skill
predominant crops and farming systems
Predominant crops and farming systems

Source: WoARD * Flood plain

land feature soil types
Land feature & soil types

* Specific soil types will be verified in the future

major actors involved in the intervention sites
Major Actors involved in the intervention sites:

a) Government line offices:

  • Woreda Office of Administration
  • Woreda Office of Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Woreda Livestock production & marketing Agency
  • Woreda office of rural water resource
  • Cooperative promotion office
  • Regional government line offices (Agriculture, water) & Seed enterprises
  • Federal and Regional Agricultural Research Institutes & Universities

b) Private Enterprises/Associations

  • Saving and credit Association
  • Veterinary clinics (area specific)
  • Traders (Retail and wholesaler)
major actors
Major actors…

4. Brokers

5. Farmers cooperative union

6. Farmers

c) NGOs (types and presence is area specific)

  • Hunger project
  • Hope 2020 Jeldu woreda
  • IPMS
  • EWNRA Fogera

No NGO is involving in Diga woreda.

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