Publication Details

Smallholder Agricultural Carbon Projects in Eastern Africa

Trainers Manual

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Date

December 1, 2014

Short Summary

The manual was created specifically for use by trainers as part of the Trees for Global Benefits project in Uganda, managed by EcoTrust Uganda, and piloted in Mbale, Uganda, in order to facilitate capacity building among local actors in the project.

Summary

Participatory Action Research yields practical, stakeholder-designed manual

This manual has been developed to help build the capacities of farmers, farmers groups, extension staff and project managers who are implementing agricultural carbon projects in Eastern Africa. The manual describes the steps for implementing an afforestation/reforestation voluntary carbon project based on the Plan Vivo Standard. It builds on experience gained by the Environmental Conservation Trust of Uganda (ECOTRUST), ENR Africa Associates, and EcoAgriculture Partners while undertaking a participatory action research project focusing on the institutional arrangements of smallholder agricultural carbon projects in Sub-Saharan Africa. This work was supported by the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture, and Food Security (CCAFS).

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