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Gef medium Sized Project Grant Proposal sustainable land management in the zambian miombo woodland ecosystem


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Table 4. Indicators to be monitored

Indicator

Target

Number of extension staff trained in CF, IEM and FFS facilitation

50

Number of FFS implemented

300 (+25 try-out FFSs)

Number of farmers that have participated in a FFS

8,000 (+ 625 in the try-out FFSs)

Number of female farmers that have participated in a FFS

4,000 (+ 312 in the try-out FFSs)

Depots with lime in bags

2

Number of farmers that have taken up zero- or minimum tillage

6,000 (+ 470 in the try-out FFSs)

Number of farmers that have taken up CF including liming

6,000 (+ 470 in the try-out FFSs)

Amounts of lime purchased by farmers with support from the project

2,200 tonnes

Hectares under CF

6,000 ha (+ 470 ha from the try-out FFSs)

Number of communities that have implemented fire control measures

325

Number of communities that have started with agroforestry

325

Tonnes of carbon sequestered (estimate)

958,000 tonnes

Area of Miombo woodland released from slash-and-burn agriculture (estimate)

168,000 ha

Appendix 1. Logical Framework

Narrative summary

Indicators

Means of Verification:

Important Assumptions

Goal:
To conserve carbon stocks and biodiversity in the Miombo woodlands, while providing for improved livelihood opportunities for the local population.

Area on which conservation and sustainable management of carbon stocks and biodiversity is practised




Project monitoring of the adoption rate of sustainable land management practices by farmers in the project area


Mid-term and final evaluation assessing the start of participatory extension activities on CF and IEM in other districts

Sufficient interest from farmers and extension staff in sustainable land management.





Purpose:
To conserve carbon stocks and biodiversity, and improve the food security of the local population in the Miombo woodlands in Mkushi and Serenje districts, and to produce a replicable model for the promotion of sustainable land management in other parts of the Miombo woodlands

170,000 ha released from slash-and-burn agriculture


958,000 tonnes of carbon sequestered

Reduced encroachment in 2 national parks and 2 game management areas


Replicable model for sustainable land management in the Miombo woodlands available

Annual progress report

Mid-term and final evaluation
Annual progress report

Mid-term and final evaluation


Annual progress report

Mid-term and final evaluation


Annual progress report

Mid-term and final evaluation



Adoption of sustainable land management will reduce encroachment in protected areas


The model for sustainable land management will be replicable in other parts of the Miombo woodlands

Outputs
A. Increased understanding of sustainable land management techniques including CF and IEM practises
B. Increased national and local capacity in sustainable land management

C. A fundamental shift from chitemene to sustainable land management in two districts in the Miombo woodlands


Narrative summary

D. Replication of the sustainable land management model in other parts of the Miombo woodlands

E. Project management and monitoring and evaluation, including information dissemination on sustainable management of the Miombo woodlands ecosystem

Availability of a report on CF, and a report on IEM in the Miombo wood-lands, plus three annual progress reports from the targeted research programme


50 extension staff trained in sustainable land management and the facilitation of FFSs

Shift from chitemene to sustainable land management by 6,000 farmers and 325 communities


Indicators

Number of districts that have taken up a sustainable management of Miombo woodlands programme


Availability of an information brochure on sustainable land management in the Miombo woodlands

Study reports

Annual progress reports

Participatory monitoring by farmers and communities

Annual progress reports

Mid-term and final evaluation


Participatory monitoring by farmers and communities

Annual progress reports

Mid-term and final evaluation

Means of Verification

Annual progress report;

Mid-term and final evaluation

Workshop minutes

Annual progress reports

Mid-term and final evaluation


Effective partnership with ASIP successor project


CF and IEM acceptable to farmers and local communities

Willingness of extension workers to become facilitators instead of teachers




Assumptions

An agreement can be made with the private sector to supply bagged lime to small-scale farmers on for the farmers acceptable terms



Component/activity
Component A. Supporting studies

A1: Assessment of sustainable farming techniques

A2: Assessment of potential community-based ecosystem management techniques

A3: Targeted research


Component B. Capacity building

B1: Start-up workshop

B2: Training of trainers

B3: Curriculum development workshop


Component C. Promotion of sustainable land management in Mkushi and Serenje districts

C1: Workshops on integrated ecosystem management at the district level

C2: Implementation of FFS

C3: Enabling farmers to obtain the required inputs

C4: Support to communities to take up IEM
Component D. Scaling up of the sustainable land management approach

D1: Sustainable land management workshop

D2: Promotion of sustainable land management in other parts of the Miombo woodlands
Component E. Project management, monitoring and evaluation and information dissemination
Total


Costs (GEF contribution)
49,000
116,000

302,000


10,000
270,000

747,000



GEF MSP approved


ASIP successor project approved
Counter-part and co-financing in place
Suitable CF and IEM approaches available
Declining soil fertility and decreasing yields have triggered farmers interest in sustainable land management

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