WWF to help restore land in Mazabuka levitra levitinha disco grafia paxil increased my depression follow link dirk johnson psychology essay new condom replace viagra raksha bandhan essay in gujarati language gcse english language creative writing coursework enter go site accutane and retin a cialis suisse en ligne gold viagra canguro animal viagra with alcohol reaksi obat viagra cheap essays ghostwriters sites for school nyu thesis template latex ielts essay writing samples band 7 simple essay about social media sitio seguro comprar cialis decision making problem solving driving under the influence of alcohol essay dissertation population definition here ready cover letter cv alcoholics anonymous essays a female viagra source  World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has embarked on a project aiming to restore at least 10 thousand hectares of land through the Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) technique in Mazabuka District.

WWF Chief Conservation Officer Isabel Mukelabai says through effective land restoration, the project would impact positively on sustainable food production, timber production and ultimately increase resilience to the risks of climate change.

Ms Mukelabai said the rationale behind the project is the numerous challenges the district is facing regarding forestry management.

She said this in Mazabuka during the launch of the FMNR Project funded by WWF.

The project is set to be managed by Solidaridad and implemented by the Mazabuka Forestry Department.


And Mazabuka District Commissioner Oliver Mulomba who officiated at the event said it is every stakeholder’s responsibility to look after the environment as it is the foundation of the country’s economy.

Meanwhile, Mwanachingwala Chiefdom representative Gristen Choomba welcomed the project as it is set to yield positive results.


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