Agroforestry for sustainable agricultural practices with small coffee farmers in Sidama, ETHIOPIA
1 tree: 9.19885185
Objective: 297000 trees amounting to 2732059
In the Sidama area in southern Ethiopia, most of the coffee production is provided by small scale farmers weakened by coffee prices’ variations, difficult weather conditions and a high cost of inputs. The plantation of 297,000 remaining trees in coffee plantations, using an agroforestry model, will ensure the long-term sustainability of family farming, reduce soil erosion, optimise land use and increase revenue for more than 5,500 farmers through the plantation of forest and fruit species.
This project is fully funded by Fondation Total.
This project is already funded!