Building Community Resilience for Sustainable Livestick Management
Building Community Resilience for Sustainable Livestick Management
The major threats to land degradation on small island states is reducing available arable land in small island state is the coastal erosion to increasing seal level rise and damaged from storm surge during cyclones, sinking of coastal areas to tectonic movement. Increasing Spreading of invasive weeds into wood land areas killing native forest and replacing native forest and hence making land productivity susceptible to desertification. Local farmers living and making living with livestock are noticing changes in in their stock to declining but has little information on the current changes of global climatic conditions. The changes in Vegetation and reducing land to coastal erosion is a major environmental threats to subsistence agriculture especially with raising livestock that requires large areas. Farmer needed information on the likely changes in environmental conditions and hence can learn to adapt in agricultural activities.
 

Project Snapshot

Grantee:
Nambar Cattle Project Technical Committee
Country:
Vanuatu
Area Of Work:
Community Based Adaptation
Land Degradation
Operational Phase:
Phase 5
Grant Amount:
US$ 40,000.00
Co-Financing Cash:
US$ 24,500.00
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 16,940.00
Project Number:
VUT/SGP/OP5/STAR/LD/17/11
Start Date:
11/2017
End Date:
6/2019
Status:
Currently under execution

Partnership

Vanuatu Government Department of Agriculture and Livestock

Grantee Contact

Mr Lonny Bong
 

Address

Port Vila ,

SGP Country office contact

Ms. Leah Silas Nimoho
Phone:
678 26034
Fax:
678 26034
Email:
Ms. Sherryl Mahina Ulufia
Email:

Address

SGP-Vanuatu, UN Joint Presence Office, Rue D'Artois, Nambatu, Port Vila, Vanuatu
PORT VILA, South West Pacific, PMB 9096