Conservation and reconstruction of the Oasis Ecosystem of Loiyangalani


The project, carried out in the Loiyangalani area, is basically a project to combat desertification and the effects of climate change.
What is happening in these areas reflects the climatic changes in many areas of the Planet: the identification of techniques and approaches that can be used in further projects in other areas is, therefore, of great importance.

Reconstructing the oasis and its vegetation


In the research phase, the project was funded by the Water Right Foundation, with a multidisciplinary team, which analysed the phenomenon of erosion of the Oasis and identified effective actions to combat and reverse the phenomenon.

Palm grove


The project has set itself as one of the objectives of carrying out productive forestation activities (by producing a permanent productive tree culture and devoting an area to the new expansion of plants), for example, by using date palms, which can be important complementary food resources.

Increasing the possibility of access to water


The aim was to enable these populations to have effective access to drinking water since the sources were insufficient and difficult to access

Combat climate change

The project, carried out in the Loiyangalani area, is a project to combat desertification and the effects of climate change.

Nursery - Compost

The Monitoring and Communication Center is the operational centre for project monitoring and management.

Soil studies

During the various missions from 2011 to 2015, the distribution and characteristics of the soils within the Oasis were studied.

Vetiveria

One of the objectives of the project was to create new resources for foddering livestock, trying to restore pasture and introducing a forage plant.

Palm grove

The project has set itself as one of the objectives of carrying out productive forestation activities, for example, by using date palms, which can be important complementary food resources.

Fight to poverty

Climate change, desertification, increasing poverty and migration are closely interlinked.

Improve water access

The aim was to enable these populations to have effective access to drinking water since the sources were insufficient and difficult to access


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