Fact Sheet – CEPF
Al Shouf Cedar Society
Project Title: Assessment of Cultural Practices in the High Mountain Eastern Mediterranean Landscape
Project Title: Building the ecologic and socio-economic resilience of the Shouf Mountain Landscape by restoring and strengthening the socio-cultural fabric which sustains its biodiversity and cultural values.
The project “Less to Throw More to Sow” funded by USAID through Baladi Cap targets 20% decrease in the percentage of organics in the waste stream and the acceptance of these concepts by the target communities (Ehmej, Batloun, and Kfarmas’houn) through raising awareness and promoting initiatives namely “Zouwadet Bokra” and backyard composting unit that valorizes the organic materials.
A project to develop an eco-tourism model for Mediterranean Protected Areas (PAs) based on the “European Charter for Sustainable Tourism” to promote a better seasonal distribution of tourism flows.
this strategic project involves 8 countries of the Mediterranean: Italy, France, Spain, Jordan, Lebanon, Malta, Greece and Tunisia.
HELAND is a European framework project aiming to promote socio-economic sustainable development through innovative technological actions for Mediterranean tourism-heritage and landscapes protection clusters.
HELAND counts with the participation of organizations from Malta, Spain, Cyprus, Palestine, Jordan and Lebanon
The Med Mosaic team is a consortium of partners with a solid experience in landscape planning and management. The work in Italy is carried out by LIPU, and two local companies, COGECSTRE and ILEX. In Lebanon, Al Shouf Cedar Society works in partnership with the Association for Forests Development and Conservation. The project has secured the technical assistance of SYLVESTRIS, a Spanish consulting company, specializing in forests
the project objectives is to set and consolidate good practices for socio-ecological and climate resilient forestation in Lebanon, through piloting forestation of critical ecosystems in SBR. And Empower institutional and grassroots actors in/around SBR to develop, restore, monitor and manage forest and woodland ecosystems.
Reforestation of 15hectars on the Bio corridor connecting the Cedar forest of Barouk and Maasser Al Shouf to the oak forests over Ammiq managed by the Shouf Biosphere Reserve Committee under long-term agreements with local municipalities
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