Village Development Plan For Ekonjo And Upper Boando Villages: Sustainable Natural Resource Management Oriented


Project Report, 2009

62 Pages


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Table of Contents

LIST OF TABLES

LIST OF ANNEXES

LIST OF ACRONYMS

EXECUCTIVE SUMMARY

SECTION 1: REPORT ON ASSESSMENT

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
1.1 Location
1.2 Accessibility
1.3 Population sizes and structure of the villages
1.4 Climate and vegetation
1.5 Livelihood activities
1.6 Development concerns and potentials
1.7 Objectives

CHAPTER 2: SOCIOECONOMIC BASELINE SURVEY
2.1 Population (sex, age, ethnic group)
2.1.1 Ethnicity
2.1.2 Age and sex ratio
2.2 Historical analysis
2.3 Time line
2.4 Sources and levels of income
2.5 Areas of expenditure
2.6 Village institutions and organisation
2.7 Natural resources management authorities
2.8 Social amenities (water, school, health facilities etc.)
2.9 Social problems
2.10 Interaction with other villages
2.11 Past and current development projects and partners involved

CHAPTER 3: LIVELIHOOD ACTIVITIES
3.1 Plantain and banana farming
3.2 Cocoyam farming
3.3 Pepper
3.4 Vegetables
3.5 Maize
3.6 Fruits
3.7 NTFP gathering
3.8 Animal husbandry
3.9 Timber exploitation
3.10 Coffee and oil palm production
3.11 Particular activities and the months when they occur

CHAPTER 4: PARTICIPATORY LAND USE MAP AND TENURE
4.1 Participative land use mapping
4.2 Land tenure system

CHAPTER 5: HUMAN AND PROTECTED AREA INTERACTION
5.1 Awareness of existing conservation issues or protected areas
5.2 Local perceptions and attitudes
5.3 Impact of existing livelihood activities on natural resources
5.4 Eistence of animal/human conflicts
5.5 Existence of conservation mechanisms and relationship with MINFOF
SECTION 2: REPORT ON PLANNING

CHAPTER 6: NEED ASSESSMET and OUTLINE OF PRIORITY PROJECTS
6.1 List of problems identified by Ekonjo and Upper Boando
6.2 List of solutions identified for Ekonjo and Upper Boando
6.3 Village development goals
6.4 Priority development objectives based on PSMNR objectives
6.4.1 CBNRSM (towards conservation of natural resources)
6.4.2 CBNRSM and income (NTFP and agriculture)
6.4.3 Infrastructure & livelihood
6.5 The Ekonjo and Upper Boando shared vision

CHAPTER 7: PLANNED ACTIVITIES and OUTLINE OF PRIORITY PROJECTS
7.1 Selected priority projects based on impact ranking

CHAPTER 8: CONCLUSION

CHAPTER 9: RECOMMENDATION

ANNEX 1 - 15

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Title
Village Development Plan For Ekonjo And Upper Boando Villages: Sustainable Natural Resource Management Oriented
Author
Year
2009
Pages
62
Catalog Number
V269169
ISBN (eBook)
9783656608448
ISBN (Book)
9783656608431
File size
1289 KB
Language
English
Keywords
village, development, plan, ekonjo, upper, boando, villages, sustainable, natural, resource, management, oriented
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Suinyuy Derrick Ngoran (Author), 2009, Village Development Plan For Ekonjo And Upper Boando Villages: Sustainable Natural Resource Management Oriented, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/269169

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