The project focuses on the restoration of degraded land, providing education to local communities on holistic grazing techniques for livestock management and empowering them to achieve self-sufficiency while promoting sustainable use of natural resources.
The restoration of 250 hectares of degraded land and natural forests will enhance biodiversity, while initiatives such as water harvesting and food forests will contribute to a healthy ecosystem and provide both nutrition and income. Collaborative support from local and worldwide partners is crucial for the project's success, with the goal of becoming self-sustaining and generating multiple benefits by 2025.
The project has positively impacted over 5,000 people, fostering social cohesion, pride in local identity and community belonging. It has enhanced biodiversity, contributing to a healthier ecosystem. The project's efforts in water harvesting and gully restoration have improved groundcover and pastures. The project has created employment opportunities and improved local livelihoods through skill development, animal husbandry and goods production.