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Partners for Resilience Inner Niger Delta region

Vooruitgang: Implementation
Budget: € 166283
Looptijd: 2015-12-31 - 2020-12-30


PfR regional activities in Westerm Africa, along the Inner Delta of the river Niger. Promote the rational and equitable management of water resources that make vulnerable groups, particularly migrants (fishermen and herders), safe from the risks of natural disasters and the effects of hydro-agricultural development by maintaining the ecosystem services of wetlands in river basins.
The subregion is characterized by recurring natural disasters increasingly linked to climate change, with the consequence of increasing fragility of livelihoods and the vulnerability of communities to these hazards and related environmental challenges. These disasters have increased in frequency and intensity and their impact is increasingly significant in rural communities, especially the most vulnerable, especially those whose livelihoods depend on the primary sector (fishing, agriculture, livestock). Indeed, these recurring climatic risks lead to production deficits, livestock losses and reduced availability of fish and forest stocks. Mali, Burkina Faso and Guinea Conakry


Capacity development becomes a major focus for securing the livelihoods of vulnerable communities at the 3 targeted countries in the subregion namely Mali, Burkina Faso and Guinea, which share the Niger Basin.
Advocacy & Lobbying targeting decision-makers / strategic players based on power mapping

– Establishment and / or strengthening of coalitions at the sub-regional level for citizen control and monitoring by water resource user groups (local organizations, umbrella organizations) for better accountability of decision-makers.


Authorities in Mali, Burkina Faco and Guinee Conakre.
Fishermen, farmers, women groups

Type ramp: Disaster prevention and preparedness Drought Flood Prevention / Mitigation
Donateur: The Netherlands Red Cross
Uitvoerende partners: The Netherlands Red Cross

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