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Nigeria - Second National Fadama Development Critical Ecosystem Management Project (English)

The objective of Second National Fadama Development Project for Nigeria is to sustainably increase the incomes of fadama users, those who depend directly or indirectly on fadama resources (fanners, pastoralists, fishers, hunters, gatherers, and service providers), through empowering communities to take charge of their own development agenda, and by reducing conflict between fadama users. The project has the following components: (1) The aim of this component is to build the capacity of fadama users and other key stakeholders. (2) This component addresses the technical, social and location-specific activities to improve the management of critical watersheds that ensure fadama productivity and sustainability in a few (pilot) areas with high potential for upscaling and replicability. (3) This component supports a range of advisory services, training, information sharing, awareness programs, and adoption of land use practices that will enable fadama users to adopt productivity-enhancing techniques and more profitable marketing, and at the same time ensure the sustainability of the fadama resource base. (4) This component focuses on project management mechanisms, including monitoring and evaluation plans to implement Fadama II.

Details

  • Document Date

    2006/03/20

  • Document Type

    Project Appraisal Document

  • Report Number

    34232

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Nigeria,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2006/04/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Nigeria - Second National Fadama Development Critical Ecosystem Management Project

  • Keywords

    united nations framework convention on climate change;sustainable land management;Sustainable Land and Water Management;convention on biological diversity;watershed management;Natural Resource Management;sustainable land use;Soil and Water Conservation;economic and financial analysis;Oil and Gas Sector;Land and Water Resources;sustainable natural resource management;monitoring and evaluation plan;data collection and analysis;land use change;integrated watershed management;community level;natural resource base;global environmental benefits;critical ecosystem;water use activities;land use practice;greenhouse gas emission;sustainable management;agricultural practice;land degradation;Natural Resources;global carbon market;shallow groundwater system;poverty reduction objective;improved service delivery;rural financial service;global climate change;poor land management;readiness for implementation;federal capital territory;Principles and Criteria;fresh water fish;abundant natural resource;unclear land tenure;land use conflict;environmentally friendly practices;water quality monitoring;integrated rural development;species of amphibians;ground water recharge;land management plans;impact of land;Financial Management System;safeguard policy;Rural Poor;rural livelihood;institutional strengthening;local development;Advisory services;Safeguard Policies;state agency;buffer zone;improved water;critical watershed;livelihood systems;watershed planning;institutional framework;ecological service;Agriculture;project costing;ecosystem service;incremental cost;global benefit;alternative livelihood;Rain forest;nutrient management;carbon finance;agricultural production;protected area;management mechanism;analytical tool;ecological zone;community capacity;vegetative cover;soil loss;rural area;community base;capacity strengthening;mitigation measure;resource users;beneficiary assessment;shallow aquifers;awareness raising;productive landscape;ecosystem integrity;dry season;Technical Training;vegetation type;counterpart fund;financial resource;federal level;Forest Management;

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Nigeria - Second National Fadama Development Critical Ecosystem Management Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/391241468290437702/Nigeria-Second-National-Fadama-Development-Critical-Ecosystem-Management-Project