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THE WAY FORWARD

PROJECT LAMWO

–  The Lamwo site is 50,000 ha with Rivers flowing through the land.
–  Establish 30 nurseries on site for seedlings in situ.
– Certify the 30 nursery operators for quality and quantity.
– Certify Contractors (for planting) in situ.
– Establish workers’ housing camps on site.
– Forest station to be built every 10,000 hectares includings tores for nuts, clinic, offices etc.
-Expected GHG emissions sequestration of 7 million tonnes over the first 15 years.
– Direct employment peaks at 5,000, with indirect benefits extending to an additional 5,000 individuals.
– Economically benefits over 100,000 community members in the surrounding area.

PROJECT LAMWO

OUR IMPACT

NURSERY SET UP

  1. Enhance and Expand Nurseries: Aim to broaden the scope of existing
    nurseries to increase tree seedling production at the site.
  2. Establish New Nurseries: Plan to set up approximately 30 nurseries across the
    50,000-hectare land, each with the capacity to produce at least 3,000,000
    seedlings.
  3. Minimize Seedling Loss: Efforts focused on ensuring a robust supply of
    seedlings and minimizing losses during nursery operations, transplanting, and
    post-planting stages.
  4. Cultivate Surplus Seedlings: To safeguard against potential losses due to unexpected events, we plan to produce a surplus of seedlings.
  5. Community Engagement: Engage local communities in the management of
    nurseries and field planting, providing valuable job opportunities from the
    program’s outset.
  6. On-Site Seedling Production: Aim to produce the majority, if not all, seedlings
    directly on-site to mitigate risks associated with transportation and logisticalchallenges.
  7. Documentation of Nursery Protocols: Comprehensive documentation will be prepared during “Year Zero” to clearly define and standardize all processes.
  8. Enhance Operational Efficiency: This proactive approach aims to enhance the
    efficiency of operations and contribute to the sustainable development of the
    community and the success of our reforestation efforts.