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Restoration of degraded land

IATI Identifier: XI-PB-402-3.2.1

Published on IATI
  • date_range Oct 01, 2016 - Dec 31, 2019
  • autorenew Closed (Status)

Establish bamboo plantations in degraded lands, smallholder farm lands. Overall, it is aimed to restore 1175 hectares of degraded land. During the Year 1 (Oct 2016 - Dec 2017), a total of 302.42 hectares of degraded lands were restored with bamboo plantation with 174, 101 plants. In Ethiopia, a total of 256 hectares were planted with 154, 201 bamboo plants which includes planting of micro-scale plantations in 582 small holder farms (205M/377F) with 7030 bamboo plants. In Kenya, eight hectares of degraded land / river bank planting were undertaken with planting 4000 bamboo plants in Vihiga county. In Uganda, a total of 38.25 hectares of bamboo plantation were established with 15, 900 bamboo plants. During year 2 of the programme, a total of 514.24 hectares were restored with 363,780 bamboo plants. In Ethiopia, 308.92 hectares were restored with 275,011 plants. In Kenya, a total of 89.52 hectares were planted with 36,996 plants.In Uganda, a total of 115.83 hectares were restored with 51,773 plants. During the year 3 of the programme, a total of 761.12 hectares were restored with 455, 925 bamboo plants. In Ethiopia, a total of 402.76 hectares were restored with 310, 459 plants in 43 locations. In Kenya, a total of 216.61 hectares were planted with 89, 806 plants. In Uganda, a total of 141.75 hectares were restored with 55, 660 plants.


Participating Organisations

Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Ethiopia Government Implementing
Kenya Forest Research Institute (KEFRI), Kenya Government Implementing
National Forest Authority, Uganda Government Implementing


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