Biodiversity conservation Comoé National Park and land development through agropastoralism in Ivory Coast.
Acting for Life contributes to securing herd mobility and facilitating access to pastoral and market infrastructure by ensuring strong collaboration between civil society organizations and local communities. This strategy enables agropastoralism to become a sustainable part of the socio-economic landscape of territories and to increase the resilience of populations.
The project targets the resilience of at least 15,000 pastoral and agropastoral households.
Strengthening the resilience capacities of pastoralist and agro-pastoralist families affected by pastoral crises to ensure sustainable food security.
Strengthening the social cohesion and socio-economic stability of strategic cross-border territories weakened by the security and climate crisis.
Building the capacities of key actors, improving living conditions, improving food security despite climate change
West Africa has high population growth. It is estimated that the region’s population (45% of whom are under […]
Project to help vulnerable households affected by the security crisis in Burkina Faso become more resilient.