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Water Scarcity & Availability

Water capture and management

Challenge Background

In order to reverse the trend of biodiversity loss and contribute to improving agricultural production in pilot fields, our project investigates the implementation of techniques for the protection of natural regeneration in rainfed crop fields. We do so by identification of volunteer farmers, supervision in the field of natural regeneration, training and implementation of innovative solutions with a focus on effecient water management. The Issoufou Mahamadou Foundation (FIM) is implementing the "Carbon Sink" project in the Dandadji area (urban commune of Illéla). This project focuses on the restoration and enhancement of degraded ecosystems through the development a site of about 5000 hectares. It is part of a logic of sustainable management of natural resources and empowerment of populations. The aim is to maximize the benefits from integrated management that links agriculture, forestry and agroforestry.

What we are looking for

We are looking for rainwater colletion strategies and water management that would allow all-year rund irrigation, specifically for sidlings.

Solution criteria

- Off grid
- Easy maintenance

What we offer

• 5000 hectares as an intervention area
• 7 Communities Based Organization committed
• High level of advocacy support among 11 countries of the GGW

Issoufou Mahamadou Foundation (FIM)

Issoufou Mahamadou Foundation (FIM)

The Issoufou Mahamadou Foundation (FIM) has been officially recognized by the competent authorities by Ministerial act N°00301/MISPD/ACR/DGAPJ/DLP of April 09, 2021. Its mission is to promote Democracy, Peace, Pan-Africanism, Cultural Renaissance, human capital development and Climate change mitigation.



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