Makala Project: Information Letter no.11 of the Makala Project
Spotlight… Makala, its fruits and lumber helping ensure sustainable development of village lands on the outskirts of Kisangani.
Compared with the highly deteriorated natural forest areas of Lower Congo and the Batéké plateau where the watchword is a return to timber resources, the main objectives of the Simple Management Plans (PSGs) being implemented in forest mosaic areas (for instance on the outskirts of Kisangani) are to ease pressure on forest land and diversify villagers’ income sources. »
The Makala project also highlights its last two publications which feature two of the themes which will be discussed during the regional conference organized by the Makala Project from 11 to 13 June.
To learn more, please contact LARZILLIERE Adelaïde, Makala Project, Communications and Awareness Officer (email@example.com).
♦ Landscape as a tool for rural areas development
♦ The interactive model, an innovative participation tool