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    Makala ProjectBrief presentation to Charcoal Project, Arusha, June

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    p j , ,2011, Jolien Schure & Patrice Levang Makala means charcoal in Lingala/ Swahili language

  • Makala ProjectA Sustainable management of fuelwood in the Democratic Republic

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    of Congo

    February 2009 - January 2013

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    Total budget: 3 M of which 80% EU funding.

    Project partners: French International Agricultural Research Centre for

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    JE Development (CIRAD) (lead organization), Foundation Hanns Seidel (FHS), University of Kisangani (UNIKIS), University of Gembloux,

    (FUSAGx) Ministry of Environment Conservation of Nature and TourismP (FUSAGx), Ministry of Environment Conservation of Nature and Tourism (MECNT: DRH&DDD)

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    Zone forestireC KisanganiCongoGabon

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    Module 2environnement socio conomique

    organisation communauts et filireA

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    Module 3 ressource bois

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    nergie forts plantes

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    Module 5 technologies de transformation

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    Module 6 renforcement

    Module 7 prospective

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    renforcement capacits, formation,..

    prospectivedurabilit long terme

  • CIRAD CIFOR FHS FUSAGX UNIKISA

    1 management X2 institutionnel/filires X3 forts naturelles X XA

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    3 forts naturelles X X4 plantations X5 transformation X6 formations, transfert XET

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  • Securing the fuelwood market chain

    The legal and socio economic framework are A ganalyzed and recommendations have been

    formulated and shared with stakeholders.

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    The state of the available resources and practices

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    in the fuelwood sector have been described.

    Organizations in the sector and local groups are PRO

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    trained in more sustainable practices.

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  • Tangible results on the ground

    The plans for sustainable management of natural

    f t b ill iti d l d dA forests by village communities are developed and implemented in 6 sites.

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    Sustainable production of wood-derived energy

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    of Kinshasas supply basins

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    Production and utilization of charcoal are more

    efficient through the dissemination of technologies

    of carbonization and domestic use.

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  • Knowledge and knowledge building reinforced

    Scientific and technical capacity of actors in the production-to-consumption

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    Dissemination and teaching at technical and university level contributes to

    the capacity building of the sector

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  • Contact/ more information

    Website: http://makala.cirad.fr/A p CIRAD: Jean-Noel Marien (marien@cirad.fr)

    CIFOR: Jolien Schure (j.schure@cgiar.org) / Patrice Levang AK

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    Photo credits: Emmanuel Mvula