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Soil and water conservation

Lem Ethiopia has involved in soil and water conservation almost in all its intervention areas through community and school based tree nursery establishment and plantation in collaboration with target communities and local governments. Since its establishment, Lem Ethiopia has produced more 12 million different species of tree seedlings and more than 5,000 clumps of vetiver grass using community and government tree nursery sites and planted at homestead and communal lands

though we are not sure to tell the survival rate. Among the best achievementsí is the community based mini watershed soil and water conservation activity carried out in Girar Jarso Woreda N. Shoa Zone ñOromia Region and Wonago Woreda, Gedeo Zone, Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR).

To address livelihood problems introduction of highland and lowland fruit trees, and root crops have supplied to model farmers has started to subsidies household needs and become example as a means to reduce the pressure on the fragile land. The special attention to low income women in target areas through skill development training and economic empowerment has shown livelihood improvement at household level.

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