This project is meant to assist poor farmers create sustainable cultivation of Indigenous crops as well planting sustainable native agroforestry tree species and native-water friendly, bee loving tree species through inputs for sustainable and eco-friendly land use.
100 Indigenous women farmers will learn about native food to increase access to food and build income security. 50 men will be trained in traditional beehive fabrication, installation, and sustainable harvesting of honey.
Improved access to essential ecosystem resources including native seed species of vegetables, wood for fuel, fodder, and fiber will improve the daily sourcing conditions for women.
Villages will learn and develop sustainable management practices of the forest and forest resources through native, climate-smart crops, identification and training, of species in the Limbum language, as well as respect for culture.