- Mobilize and support local communities in implementing sustainable natural resource uses across 4 mountain ranges in the Amhara National Regional State;
- Implement alternative livelihoods in 260 households that will reduce pressure upon Afroalpine sources of firewood, including production of highland honey, fuel-saving saving stoves, and growing native grasses;
- Implement grass plantations that not only benefit the local community economically but also restore the Afroalpine habitat across four areas.
Habitat loss & degradation
This project is a part of the IUCN SOS African Wildlife initiative, which is funded by the European Commission’s Directorate General for International Cooperation and Development (DG Devco) through its B4Life initiative.