08.01.2019

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Other projects train smallholders in sustainable management and environmentally conscious farming practices. Around 200 families are involved in the measures, which act as multipliers in their communities. As a result, the projects now reach around 1,200 people living in the region.

The current publication "Desarrollo Alternativo, participación comunitaria y bosque - Reflexiones desde la experiencia territorial" (Spanish) sheds light on more background information as well as on the successes of and lessons learnt in the two GIZ pilot projects with UNODC.

Julia Jesson, advisor, Global Partnership on Drug Policies and Development (GPDPD)
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Berlin/Germany

More information:

Link to publication: "Desarrollo Alternativo, participación comunitaria y bosque - Reflexiones desde la experiencia territorial"

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