The aim of the project is to improve the living conditions of 10,000 rural households in the Boulemane province. Small-scale farmers, women, unemployed young people and landless labourers are among the project participants. A number of different development activities are being pursued: improved natural resource management, rational water use, improved farming techniques, soil and water conservation, rehabilitation of rural tracks, access to rural financial services and the promotion of microenterprises.
On land and natural resource governance, the project intends to provide support for the formation and training of WUAs and for rangeland management through participatory rotational resting/grazing. It implemented a GIS and facilitated the monitoring of natural and water resources.