It is a continuation of the previous Land Grabbing Project which basically aims at reducing land conflicts, as well as conflicts related to the effects of climate change. It also aims at promoting Climate Action for peace, by educating communities on land conflicts prevention and how to maintain and sustain peace. From the Land Grabbing Project, it became clear that Land Users need to be capacitated with theses skills through basic education; as such the new project was borne. This project does not only seek to capacity land users with basic negotiation and land conservation skills, but also seek to help them cope with climate change effects by planting trees to combat deforestation.
In view of the above, the project established experimental/demonstration farms in the five districts and planted 20,000 trees, 4,000 per farm as follows. The project is located in the following five districts of Sierra Leone:
The objectives of the project include
In line with the New Direction, Medium-Term National Development 2019–2023. This project seeks to complement government efforts under cluster one – Human Capital Development in the area of education through Adult Literacy, and Cluster seven addressing vulnerability and building resilience under the following