CORB Project- Bulding Local Capacity For Successful Bamboo Restoration At Rushayu

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One of the key out comes for the joint planning meeting held at Karengyere was to buid the capacity of KIWOCEDU team and key stakehiders by National forest authroity in bambo planting . Led by Herbert, the NFA supervisor, he took us on astudy tour to the bammboo forest and demonstrated the process of successful bamboo restoration. from this demonatrtion we learnt the size and age of bamaboos to be uprooted, (one to one and haly years which are still in productive yeas as opposedto planting old bamabos) the need to plant in dry season, spacing of bamboo rhizomes. He also pysically demonstrated how rhizomes are uprooted, why its important Find the rest of the story here

In picture is the National Forest Authority (NFA) Supervisor for Echuya central forest reserve explaining how cilivicultual operating are conducted. Right Herbert showing the team the right age for bamboo restoration and below demonstrating the process of uprooting bamboo rhizomes ahead of bamboo restoration process at Rushayu 

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CORB Project is funded by CEPF through small grant facilitated by birdlife international. “The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) is a joint initiative of l'Agence Françoise de Development, Conservation International, the European Union, the Global Environment Facility, the Government of Japan, and the World Bank. A fundamental goal is to ensure civil society is engaged in biodiversity conservation

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