Optimizing Community Based Ecofarming Management
Optimizing Community Based Ecofarming Management
Project goal:
Optimilizing the productivity of land available through managing it’s natural resources with ecofarming system approach
Project objectives:
1.To increase community’s understanding of ecological function
2.To increase community’s awareness on biodiversity conservation efforts
3.To increase community’s participation on conservation activities
4.To increase community’s income through providing alternative income generating activities
5.To improve community’s capability in managing environmentally sounds business
6.To optimalize the reuse of waste
7.To implement zero waste concept as a part of ecofarming system
8.To improve the productivity of land available
9.To conserve agricultural land by implementing organic farming system
10.To conserve biodiversity by planting local variety plants
Activities to be carried out under the project :
a)Problem identification
b)Solution identification based on need assessment (PRA methods)
c)Natural resources potential surveys
d)Demoplot setting
2.Local training and education in the field.
a)Conservation, cultivation, aquaculture and cattle farming techniques
b)Organic farming techniques
c)Waste management techniques
d)Environmentall sounds business management
3.Outreach Approach.
Workshop, meetings, demoplot, marketing channel
4.Technical Assistance.
a)Field training for the community
b)Business management
5.Evaluation and Reporting.
Project Participants and/or beneficiaries :
1.Ragam Alam Tropika (RAT)
2.Panti sub-district community
Anticipated result of project :
1.Increased community’s awareness on nature conservation
2.Increased community’s participation on land conservation effort by implementing ecofarming system
3.Increased community’s participation on nature conservation by planting local varieties plants
4.Well managed environmental sounds business by the community
5.Increased local community’s capability in implementing organic farming system (including producing biocompost and biopesticide by themselves)
6.Increased community’s income through implementation of alternative income generating activities
7.Increased productivity of nature resources available
8.Better agriculture land quality
9.Adopted ecofarming system
10.Conserved biodiversity through planting local varieties plants
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Project Snapshot

Ragam Alam Tropika
Area Of Work:
Grant Amount:
US$ 15,039.58
Co-Financing Cash:
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 10,995.63
Project Number:
Satisfactorily Completed
Project Characteristics and Results
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