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People for Environment - Environment for People (PEEP)

Upstream Water Catchment Protection and Forest Regeneration in North East Afghanistan (Kunduz River Basin Program)

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Resource type:Factsheets and summaries
Language:English
Keywords:Development & humanitarian aid, Environment, Food and nutrition, Food security, Livelihoods, Poverty
Countries:Afghanistan
Agency:Child Fund, Deutsche Welthungerhilfe, People in Need
Author(s):Nicolay, H.
Date published:February 2009
Pages:6pp

The People for Environment - Environment for People (PEEP) project is one of three upland projects which form an integral part of the first phase of the EC-funded Kunduz River Basin Programme (KRBP). The overall objective is to “foster poverty alleviation through enhanced food security”. The specific objective is given as: “Sustainable management of natural resources is improved and rural development of the population is strengthened in the project region”. PEEP was initially implemented by a consortium of three NGO. Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e.V. (Welthungerhilfe) is the lead organisation. Child Fund Afghanistan (CFA) was tasked with agricultural activities and People in Need (PIN) was tasked with training and community mobilisation. This document summarises the outcomes of the project.

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