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Concrete cookstoves.
Improved cookstoves at Kibira Key Biodiversity Area, Burundi.
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Conserving the Biodiversity of Kibira National Park by Raising Awareness About its Importance and Promoting Improved Stoves
Grantee Name: 
Action Ceinture Verte pour l’Environnement
HOTSPOT
Eastern Afromontane
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$16,000
DATES
Jan 2014
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Dec 2014
Stats
Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Eastern Afromontane
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$16,000
DATES
Jan 2014
-
Dec 2014

Train 60 local community representatives, of which 32 are women, in the production and marketing of fuel-efficient stoves in Burundi; these representatives will then train others within their communities. Raise awareness of biodiversity conservation and sustainable natural resource management in and around the Kibira National Park Key Biodiversity Area for 600 people around the park.

Strategic Direction: 1 Mainstream biodiversity into wider development policies, plans and projects to deliver the co-benefits of biodiversity conservation, improved local livelihoods and economic development in priority corridors.