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Bamboo sector development in Madagascar

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What was done in Madagascar in the bamboo sector development: the first phase from 2010 to 2012, the interphase and will be done for the second phase from 2015 to 2018.
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Bamboo sector development in Madagascar

  1. 1. Bamboo sector development 2015 - 2018 Madagascar By Njaka RAJAONARISON National Project Coordinator
  2. 2.  32 endemic bamboo species  Member of INBAR since 2004  IFAD Grant n°1177: our first bamboo project 2010-2012 (phase 1)  Interphase: 2013-2014  EU – IFAD Grant: second phase: 2015-2018 Madagascar
  3. 3. Traditional use
  4. 4. What was done in phase 1  awareness raising  introduction of 5 new species  production of 130 000 plants from 4 mother nurseries and 67 Village nurseries  installation of demonstration plantations in 40 ha  import of 2 set of treatment plants for 2 CPTCs  training of 1542 people in nursery, furniture, construction, charcoal  Linkage with IFAD loan projects (PROSPERER and PPRR) and Chamber of Commerce Phase 1
  5. 5. Interphase
  6. 6. What is planned for Madagascar for the second phase Second Phase
  7. 7. Environmental Management  Indicators:  2 species, 95 000 plants production in 4 village nurseries  90ha plantation for greening; soil erosion control and water recharge  Key activities:  Organise the production of plants in village nurseries  Do baseline data and set up some demonstration school fields (Soil Erosion - Soil Improvement - Water Capture/Recharge - Carbon Sequestration - Tools for matching bamboo species) Component 1
  8. 8. Bamboo Farming System Development  Indicators:  01 micro-tissue unit,  2000 women producing, 50 000 plants in household based planting materials  1000 women + 1000 farmers planting bamboo in homesteads/farm boundaries  1000 women using bamboo as fodder  Key activities:  Promote the production of planting materials in HH based  Promote the plantation in homesteads and farm boundaries  Doing some data collection and promote the use of bamboo leaves as fodder Component 2
  9. 9. Household Energy Production  Indicators:  4000 women producing 1000 tons HHC  1500 small farmers providing 1500 tons of agri waste  Key activities:  Organise the collection of HH charcoal and agriwaste for the production of briquettes Component 3
  10. 10. Component 4: Livelihoods Diversification  Indicators:  2 commodities 0.2 tons / day; 60 youth;  4 enterprises with 50 youth each; 10 new designs;  Key activities:  Operationalise the 2 CPTCs installed during the first phase and do market assessment for the installation of other CPTCs in IFAD loan projects intervention’s areas;  Set up model enterprises in apiculture, construction (panel board…), packaging and furniture (school…);  Providing Business Development Services: market access, financial exercise access… Component 4
  11. 11. Conclusion  Phase 1  Awareness raised  Linkage with IFAD loan projects (PROSPERER and PPRR) and private sectors  Bamboo planting materials available  Treatment and processing facilities available  Technologies available through South South partnership  Next step: Phase 2  scaling up and consolidation Conclusion
  12. 12. Thank you!
  13. 13. Thank you!

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