Evaluating village-based tree nurseries in Senegal

a comparative study of four projects
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Forest nurseries -- Senegal., Reforestation -- Senegal -- Citizen participation., Forests and forestry -- Social aspects -- Sen
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Village-based nurseries are promoted by the Division for Conservation of Soil and Reforestation and other Senegalese government agencies. This study, based on a survey of 32 villages, contained within four different projects: 1) investigates village-based tree nurseries in the Peanut Basin of Senegal by evaluating performance in terms of Author: Therese L.

Glowacki. Village-based nurseries are promoted\ud by the Division for Conservation of Soil and Reforestation\ud and other Senegalese government agencies.\ud This study, based on a survey of 32 villages,\ud contained within four different projects: 1) investigates\ud village-based tree nurseries in the Peanut Basin of Senegal\ud by evaluating performance.

This useful short case study analysed the factors influencing the survival of village tree nurseries in Senegal and found that local involvement in planning and financial incentives were key. In Senegal, there are approximately village nurseries in 10 regions, of which were established under 16 reforestation projects (Division de Conservation de Sol et Reboisement, DCSR, ).

We selected eight villages in each of four projects (32 total). In Senegal, on the reforestation project supported by Reforest'Action and conducted in the field by our partner Kinome, the tree production campaign has been in full swing since March.

The nurserymen in our project have already produced most of the slow-growing species that will be planted this season: lemon trees, guava, jatropha and moringas.

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