Good Agricultural Practices on Geographic Indication for Sustainable Production and Increased Marketing Competence to Enhance Rural Livelihood in Matrouh

The EU Joint Rural Development Programme and the Italian Development cooperation, funded project, “Good Agricultural Practices on Geographic Indication for e Production and Increased Marketing Competence to Enhance Rural Livelihood in Matrouh”, which aims to increase sustainability and marketing opportunities of        agricultural products in Matrouh by adopting Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) on Geographic Indication (GI) and improve livelihood of the rural communities. The project responds to 2 of the main thematic priorities that guide CEDARE’s development plan. Firstly, environment and development for human well-being and secondly, utilizing environmental resources as a catalyst for socio-economic development.

 

Sustainable Investments in Solid and Agricultural Waste in Fayoum and Minya (SISAW)

  The overall objective of the SISAW (2018) project is to enhance Fayoum and Minya rural   population wellbeing achieving sustainable territorial resources governance and socio-    economic development through innovative participatory solid waste management SWM process. This will be accomplished through enhancing rural public and multi-actors contribution to sustainable waste management implementing an appropriate governance scheme based on learning for all pathway.

Also, through contributing to rural Fayoum and Menya livelihoods improvement through Income Generating Activities and entrepreneurship promotion based on innovative WM processes relying on improved infrastructure.

 

Improved Solid Waste Management and Health Services in Ezbet Allam – El Khosoos City – Qalyubeya Governorate

GIZ funded project comprises a number of inter-related and mutually supporting interventions that aim at improving living conditions of the urban poor residing in Ezbet Allam-El KKhoussous City, especially for youth and women. The action embodies interventions to improve solid waste management (SWM) service inside the target area by augmenting capacity of the service contractor with an additional equipment that will increase collection and disposal efficiency and frequency. In the same vein, the project proposes to increase involvement of the civil society organizations (CSOs) in environmental service delivery, a feature of good local governance. The project helps to enhance efficiency and effectiveness of the SWM service inside and outside Ezbet Allam.   The project also carried out clean up and tree planting campaigns in the project area.  It also supported the establishment of a clinic in the area, and involved the civil society in the management of the clinic.

 

Regional Knowledge Network on Water, Energy and Food Security Nexus (R-KNOW)

falgCEDARE is one of the main partners in the Regional Knowledge Network on Systemic Approaches to Water Resources Management (R-KNOW), lead by IUCN. R-Know is a regional project funded by the European Union (2013-2016). The project is being implemented in five countries (Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine, Morocco and Egypt). R-KNOW aims to influence policy and decision-making processes as a means to enhance good governance and policy coherence for sustainable development.

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SEARCH Project

flag“Social, Ecological and Agricultural Resilience in the Face of Climate Change” (SEARCH) is a three years regional project funded by the EU and implemented in five countries (Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan, Palestine, and Morocco). SEARCH aims to develop and pilot a resilience framework for adaptation to climate change in watershed ecosystems. Implementation will be piloted in demonstration sites to enable joint learning with stakeholders, through local action planning and testing of interventions designed to increase climate change resilience.

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