Community / Land projects / Strengthening Artisanal Fishers' Resource Rights Project (PRODIPRA)
Strengthening Artisanal Fishers' Resource Rights Project (PRODIPRA)
12/13 - 12/16
This project is part of
This grant, which complements the Artisanal Fisheries Promotion Project (ProPESCA) aims to improve the livelihoods of artisanal fishing communities along the whole coastline of Mozambique by strengthening their land tenure security and the management of natural resources. This will be achieved through the promotion of activities and approaches for securing land and natural resource rights, the promotion of awareness, advocacy and policy dialogue on land and natural resource tenure issues by, and on behalf of, the target group, strengthening the capacity of partner institutions, and the promotion of lesson learning, knowledge management and dissemination of information on land and natural resource tenure security issues among stakeholders within Eastern and Southern Africa, other regions in Africa and globally.
The activities include the recognition of community-based NRM structures, community land use planning and community land delimitation, forestry co-management and the recognition of community land and natural resource use management plans; the documentation and mapping of natural resource use and the registration of communities’ rights; the documentation of local natural resource management practices and conflict management and resolution.