Nine projects are ready to receive support from the new Overseas Landcare Fund.
These include revegetating land in the Congo, enhancing food security in Tanzania and the Philippines, extending a tree nursery in Java, wetland conservation in Nigeria and soil conservation in Jamaica.
|Democratic Republic of the Congo – GIERI||Revegetation of 8 hectares near a village outside Bukavu||250|
|Tanzania – Women in Agriculture and Environmental Conservation||Promoting technology diffusion to enhance sustainable food security through maize and legume cropping system||500|
|Landcare Tanzania||Tree planting in primary schools in Arumeru district, Arusha, Tanzania||500|
|Sahabat Lahan Indonesia||Extension of plant nursery for propagation of tree and grass species for environmental plantings to aid erosion control and provide economic opportunity, central Java||500|
|Landcare Nigeria||Conservation of Ikpa wetland harbouring some important wildlife species, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria||500|
|Landcare Foundation of the Philippines (LFPI)||Food security and livelihood support for small farmers, Barangay Rizal, Pilar, Bohol||500|
|Landcare Foundation of the Philippines (LFPI)||Establishment of a community-based indigenous tree nursery Licoan, Sumilao, Bukidnon||500|
|Landcare Foundation of the Philippines (LFPI)||Higaonon Tribe to reconstruct tree nursery damaged by typhoon Bopha in December 2012 and meet contract with DENR (government agency looking after the environment and natural resources) to rehabilitate 30 hectares of forest within ancestral domain claim||500|
|Landcare Lanka – Neosynth||Setting up a schools demonstration model in regenerative agriculture, Serukele, Sri Lanka||500|