As part of Behavioral change campaign to conservation and protect the natural resources of LTW, ToT Training was provided to the total 563 (386 males and 177 females) participants from 12th – 27th of May 2021 in 3 training sites: Dangila (to Awi zone administration partners and West Gojjam administration partners), Debre Tabour (to South Gondar administration partners) and Gondar (to Central Gondar administration partners). The training was provided at the beginning of Launching of Greening Campaign of the Federal Government Ethiopia. The federal government of Ethiopia invited all Developmental Organizations to support this program and we are contributing and supporting this program as one of the major partner of government. The major training participants were: • DAs of 429 kebeles of LTW (total Kebeles in the project site, LTW)• Agriculture kebele office heads of 29 pilot ecosystem restoration kebeles,• Focal persons and natural resources team leaders of 29 woreda agricultural office (total Woredas/districts in the project site, LTW)• Focal persons of 29 woreda Environment Protection and Land Administration offices• Zone Administration focal person of Agricultural office and Environment and Land Administration officeTopics covered during ToT training and materials distributed via ToT trainee to the community and other partners Topics covered during ToT trainings• Watershed management concept and practice • Ecosystem Restoration in LTW• Plantation establishment concept and practice• Agroforestry concept and practice • Orientation to develop integrated sustainable plan to each kebele • Behavioural change concept and its relevant to conserve the natural resources of LTW• The Concepts of Multi-Stakeholders Partnership (MSP) and practice on LTW• Guideline to communicate with DAsList of behavioural change materials distributed • Banners, posters , leaflets and manuals • Guideline format to establish MSP at kebele level • Reporting format to the training that will be provided In each kebele and the expected behavioral change that will be resulted because behavioral change campaign • Format to develop integrated sustainable plan to each kebele ...
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Happy World Migratory Bird Day! 🐦🐦 Today is all about shining a light on the protection of migratory birds and the habitats they need to survive 🌿In order to protect the about 21.000 Eurasian Cranes in the Lake Tana area, NABU is committed to developing an international cooperation for the safeguard of important stop-over sites and listing their habitat as protected areas 💪💪💪Photo: NABU / Christoph Kasulke ...
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Water for life annual conference was conducted on 20th of April, 2021 , some of the video of the conference. ...
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Water for life annual conference was conducted on 20th of April, 2021 with the participation of 46 major stakeholder and it was also on air by Amhara TV on 20th and 21st of April. It was very good and met its target. ...
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