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Background

The Wool and Mohair Promotion Project (WAMPP) was approved by the IFAD Executive Board in September 2014

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Project Goal

The goal of the project is to boost resilience to the adverse effects of climate change and economic shocks among poor, smallholder wool and mohair producers in the mountain and foothill regions …Read  more

Development Objectives

(i) enable smallholder livestock producers to generate higher incomes and more sustainable livelihoods; and (ii) increase their ability to cope with and recover from natural shocks

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Project Components

Climate-Smart Rangeland Management

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This component promotes best practices in natural resource management
on degraded rangelands grazing areas ….read more

Improved Merino sheep and Angora goats production and management

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The objective of this component is to increase the quantity and quality of wool and mohair produced by smallholder farmers in Lesotho…read more

Wool and Mohair Fibre Handling and Marketing

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The objective of this component is to increase market return from wool and mohair systems for livestock producers through ….read more

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Project Outcomes

The Impact of WAMPP will be measured along the following impact indicators

Child Malnutrition

Reduction in the prevalence of child malnutrition from 39.2 percent (2009) to 32.7 percent by year 7

Poor Household

200,000 poor household members whose climate resilience has been increased

Households with Improvement

50,000 households with improvement in assets ownership index (RIMS Level III)

Hunger Reduction

25,000 households report a 50% reduction in hunger period by year 7

 

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