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Impact of Training on Participatory Approaches and PNTD in Kagera River Basin








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    Land and Natural Resources Conflicts in Transboundary Agroecosystem Management Project Kagera Basin 2013
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    In conclusion, the reports states clearly, that land and other natural resources related conflicts affect sustainable land management. Relentless efforts should be put to address latent and perceived resource conflicts before embarking on efforts to improve sustainable utilization. The report has proposed a framework for negotiation process for sustainable land and other natural resources management. TAMP Kagera should “pilot” dialogue processes among vi resource users using Participatory Negoti ation Territorial Development (PNTD) and Welcoming Capacity approaches to address and resolve land and other natural resources conflicts, in country and trans boundary. The report has provided recommendations/ way forward for TAMP Kagera such as Strengthening policies and conflict resolution institutions Development of land suitability maps and land use map Training workshops Awareness creation and sensitization at the community levels Empowerment of FFS and the community Alternative sources of livelihoods Regional workshop Policy harmonization across the Kagera River Basin Research on alternative sources of energy and building materials
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    Transboundary Agro-Ecosystem Management Programme for the Kagera River Basin
    Towards Increased Food Security and Livelihoods through Integrated Natural Resources and Ecosystems Management
    2010
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    The Project will provide the basis for sustainable transboundary management of the Kagera basin and its land resources and agro-ecosystems. Activities will take into account gender issues, access to resources and conflict resolution. 1. Enhanced regional collaboration, information sharing and monitoring; 2. Enabling policy, planning and legislative conditions; 3. Increased stakeholder capacity and knowledge at all levels for promoting integrated agro-ecosystems management; 4. Adoption of improve d land use systems and management practices generating improved livelihoods and environmental services; 5. Project management structures operational and effective.
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    Sustainable Land Management (SLM) in practice in the Kagera basin - lessons learned for scaling up at landscape level 2017
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    This book compiles a set of 26 papers that present the direct, practical experiences and results of a large number of local practitioners and experts that supported the Transboundary agro-ecosystem management project of the Kagera river basin (Kagera TAMP) during the period 2010-2015. The book has been compiled by the Land and Water Division of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to reflect the wide range of experiences, approaches and tools that were used for promo ting participatory diagnostics, adaptive management and adoption of sustainable land and agro-ecosystem management (SLaM) practices from farm to watershed / landscape scale. The project was supported by the Global Environment Facility (GEF), the Governments of the four countries that share the transboundary basin - Burundi, Rwanda, the United Republic of Tanzania and Uganda and project partners. It is hoped that the lessons learned are considered and taken up by the Governments and the TerrAfric a partnership for scaling up and mainstreaming SLaM as part of the wider set of lessons learned from the 36 projects in 26 countries under the Terrafrica Strategic Investment programme, including Kagera TAMP.

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