The Strengthening Community Law Enforcement and Sustainable Livelihoods in Kavango Zambezi TFCA (KAZA) Newsletter

Posted on 13 September 2021

The Strengthening Community Law Enforcement and Sustainable Livelihoods in Kavango Zambezi TFCA (KAZA) is a three-year EU funded project implemented in sites in KAZA with high poaching pressure: the Silowana complex – buffer zone of Sioma Ngwezi National Park (SNNP) in Zambia and the Chizarira complex in Zimbabwe and the Lake Liambezi area in Namibia. The project promotes long-term ecosystem management and livelihood approaches through a two-pronged process being achieved by: - enabling small farmer households to small grain intensification through conservation agriculture, improving food security, increasing adaptive capacity to climate change and improve their household income - improving the effective participation of communities in anti-poaching and law enforcement
Conservation Agriculture techniques helped Sibonile to farm profitably
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