Preservation of forest in buffer zone of Sarycheleck Reserve by organizing plantation of quickly growing trees in Cher-Alma gorge, Jany Jol.
The woods near the Koy-Tash village have been cut for energy supply. People even started intervening into the protected ecological zone of Aksy forest. The local citizens are not aware about the alternative ways of energy supply that is why the cutting process are increasing and causing floods in the mountainous area. To preserve the forest and its buffer zone the project staff in the course of the project is planning to increase the awareness of people about negative effects of land degradation and deforestation by organizing round tables and seminars. Also for better protection project staff is going to fence the territory of the forest and organize the patrol. Fast growing sorts of trees are going to be planted to reduce the deforestation. All these actions are going to be supported by information campaign which include publishing booklets, broshure and boards will be put up along the project implementation area.
Public Association «Cher-Alma»
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Project Characteristics and Results
The local authorities are interested in the implementation of the project that is why they are collaborating in the policymaking desicions. Preservation of the forest is a great importance to this region.
Capacity - Building Component
The local population is going to receive new knowledge about the importance of preserving the forests.
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Hectares of globally significant biodiversity area protected or sustainably managed by project 30
Number and type of support linkages established with local governments/authorities 2
Number of individuals (gender diaggregated) who have benefited* from SGP project 120