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OFLP Organizes Stakeholders’ Exposure Visit

May 2022, Buno Bedele and Elu Ababora Zones     

The Oromia Forested Landscape Program has conducted a two days’ stakeholders’ Exposure visit. The delegation composed of representatives of key regional implementing sectors, heads of Environmental Protection Authority of eleven zones and OFLP staff has visited selected World Bank financed Afforestation/Reforestation and Participatory Forest Management sites in Buno Bedele and Elu Ababora zones.

Coordinator of the Oromia Forested Landscape Program Ato Taye Dugasa speaking at the onset of the event said the objective of the visit was to publicize key program accomplishment and expand typical lessons in the areas of Afforestation/Reforestation, Participatory Forest Management and livelihood activities carried out by the program in the two zones. He added the event also aims to discuss with members of community-based Organizations and the local community ways of further strengthening forest development activities in the selected areas and sustaining the so far outcomes.        

During same event, four Afforestation/Reforestation and one participatory Forest Management sites were visited. Socho Mikael Afforestation/Reforestation site, located in Bedele wereda, was one of Afforestation/Reforestation sites visited by the delegation. Members of ‘Abdi Jireenya’ Forest Development cooperative’ have successfully reforested seven hectares of severely degraded land in the area.  The cooperative was established in 2017 and now has 65 members. Moreover, it has received over 126,000 ETB as OFLP livelihood support which helped members engage in animal fattening. They have also started beekeeping activity by the support of local partners.  

The delegation has discussed with members of the Cooperative and the local community, ways of further strengthening forest development activities in the area and ensuring sustainability of the outcomes on the ground. Chairman of the cooperative Ato Mitiku Regasa said he and members of his cooperative are so glad to see the area completely converted.

‘‘Few years ago, this area had been a dead plot as it had been harshly eroded for decades and finally reached the level where it could be used for nothing. As a result of continuous support from OFLP and members’ hard work, however, it has been drastically recovered and converted into forest. We are so glad for that.‘‘

He added that, he and all members of the cooperative are highly encouraged by the support they got from the program and that they would work hard to further strengthen the activities and scale up their income so as to enhance the livelihood of the members.

Delegation Discussing with CBO members and local community on spot
Socho Mikael A/R site, Bedele Zone

The event was winded up by a panel discussion organized in Metu Town of Elu Ababora zone. The panel mainly focused on ways of further advancing and sustaining the outcomes on the ground and elaborating lessons generated. Participants of the event hence, said they were so impressed with what they have observed and that they have captured so valuable lesson which they would apply at their respective localities.

The Oromia Forested Landscape Program envisages to Reduce Green House Gases Emission from the land sector through supporting community-based Afforestation/Reforestation and Participatory forest management among other strategic interventions.

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OFLP Provides Gender Mainstreaming TOT

23 March 2021, Adama  

The Oromia Forested Landscape Program, in collaboration with the Oromia Women, Children and Youth Affairs Bureau, has provided two days’ TOT on Program Gender Mainstreaming to its entire staff in Adama Town. Trainees agreed to make utmost effort to uphold women’s role, participation and benefit in all program activities.

The training, which was held at Kereyu Hill Resort Hotel on March 22 and 23, was principally aimed at raising trainees’ awareness on the significance and way of insuring gender mainstreaming across OFLP activities. Empowering women, scaling up their role, participation and benefit was hence, the core theme of the training. Accordingly, OFLP Gender Mainstreaming Guideline and implementation action plan was presented by a senior expert invited from the Oromia Women, Children and Youth Affairs Bureau. All OFLP staff based at regional and sub-regional level and relevant experts from the Oromia Environment, Forest and Climate Change Authority have hence attended the training.

                                        Trainees working in Groups and presenting their findings

Moreover, due discussion was held on the presented materials as well as way of insuring women empowerment and maximizing their participation. OFLP coordinator, Ato Tesfaye Gonfa, speaking on the event underscored the significance of empowering women and up holding their evolvement in meaningful manner so as to meet safeguard requirement across the project.

OFLP Organizes Green Corridor Development Workshop

8 February 2022, Bishoftu

The Oromia Forested Landscape Program has organized a one day stakeholders’ workshop in Bishoft Town, on Regional Green Corridor Development. Participants agreed to boost partnership and scale up existing efforts toward a collaborative and comprehensive approach across Oromia.

OFLP coordinator Ob. Taye Dugasa opening the workshop said, the core objective of the event was to create significant platform, pull together key actors/partners working on natural resource and biodiversity conservation in Oromia so as to synergize efforts toward an effective Green Corridor Development at landscape-level. Hence, he underlined the need to regional integration and collaborative action.

Representatives of the World Bank and relevant partners such as: Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union (NABU), Farm Africa, SOS Sahale Ethiopia, Ethio-Wetlands, SLMP,OEPA OFWE and WGCF& NR among others have taken part in this event, which was the first in its kind. On same event, OFLP’s initiative and exemplary practices as well as SLMP’s experiences were presented.

Participants speaking during discussion session

Moreover, due discussion was made on ways of realizing fruitful collaboration and scaling up existing practices to a higher level. Finally, participants agreed on the need to collaborative Green Corridor development and hence decided to identify pilot intervention sites, establish regional task force, develop comprehensive plan and move forward with the issue.

OFLP is Oromia National Regional State’s programmatic umbrella and coordination platform for multi-sector/multi-partner intervention on all forested landscapes in Oromia.

BioCarbon Fund Organizes ERPA Workshop    

May 2021     

 The BioCarbon Fund Initiative for Sustainable Forest Landscapes (BIOCF ISFL) has discussed Emission Reduction Purchase Agreement (ERPA) modalities with relevant actors and stakeholders of the Oromia Forested Landscape Program in a two days’ virtual workshop. The event was arranged as preliminary activity, ahead of the upcoming ERPA negotiations and signature, to create awareness among relevant actors of process.    

BIOCF ISFL is a multilateral fund supported by donor governments and managed by the World Bank. The initiative promotes Green House Gas Emission reduction efforts from Land sector such as organized activities toward emission reduction from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+), sustainable agriculture and land use planning practices among others.              

In Ethiopia, the initiative has been supporting the Oromia Forested Landscape program (OFLP) being implemented in the Oromia national regional state. Accordingly, OFLP has been conducting significant emission reduction activities through supporting community-based forest management and forest development activities, among other related activities, across the region over the last three and half years.   

BIOCF ISFL is currently heading toward ERPA Negotiations and signing of Emission Reduction Payment Agreement with the government of Ethiopia over the coming few months of this fiscal year. The workshop was, hence, organized as a preliminary step ahead of the upcoming ERPA negotiations and signing with a view to insure clarity through enhancing the knowledge and capacity of relevant actors/ stakeholders at national and regional level.  

Accordingly, intensive presentations were made, by BIOCF ISFL staff, on key issues such:  what of ERPA, parameters of ERPA negotiation, ER modalities and price, ERPA negotiation process, ERPA documents, framework and phase agreements and ERPA general conditions, among others. At the end of the workshop, participants agreed to forward some related points worth discussion and have second round workshop, in the coming June.    

OFLP is a regional REDD+ pilot programmatic umbrella devoted to contributing to climate change mitigation through reducing Green House Gases Emission from land sector by way of promoting sustainable, community-based forest management and investment activities at landscape level. Accordingly, ER payment would be negotiated on the base of verified emission reduction accomplishments by the program.

OFLP Conducts Safeguard Management TOT, Review Meeting

20 September 2021, Adama

The Oromia Forested Landscape Program has provided TOT to its entire staff on implementation of REDD+ Safeguard instruments and principles and carried out overall review meeting. 

 The two days’ training organized in Adama Town is aimed at further scaling up awareness and professional skills of OFLP staff on the matter. It is hence expected to enable and pave way for profound and comprehensive implementation of REDD+ Safeguard instruments and principles across the intervention areas of OFLP and other landscape-based initiatives. Safeguard Instruments, Environmental Impact Assessment, Grievance Redress Mechanism, Livelihood Options, Gender Mainstreaming and Environmental and Social Audit were the main topics addressed by the training.

Ato Tesfaye Gonfa, OFLP Coordinator, speaking on the commencement of the event stressed that Safeguard issues are among the core strategic pillars of the program. Hence, he urged trainees to give due attention to the training and discharge all their responsibilities, than ever, to insure proper implementation of safeguard instruments and principles in a comprehensive manner at all areas of program intervention.    

 Meantime, OFLP has conducted two days’ overall review meeting aimed at appraising current status and progress of project activities, identifying strengths and limitation and discuss ways of upholding efficiency of program activities over the remaining period of its implementation.               

Summarized performance reports of all clusters were presented by respective lead facilitators and safeguard coordinators. Moreover, OFLP annual plan and key focus areas of the fiscal year were presented by respective experts at regional level. Meantime, major program activities were appraised and ways of alleviating limitations and further promoting strengths were discussed exhaustively. Deputy Director of the Oromia Environment, Forest and climate change Authority Ato Bona Yadesa speaking on the wrap-up of the events said, the authority will make tight follow up, all corrective measures and possible support to insure better accomplishment of the project. Hence, he urged participants to work with utmost commitment and discharge their professional responsibility to a higher level.

Accordingly, it was agreed to deepen coordination, insure comprehensive implementation of safeguard instruments and principles as well as expedite accomplishment of project activities so as to insure effective program accomplishment over the remaining period of implementation.

Local Efforts Restoring Barren Land: A move toward forest    

Ato Gobena Bekele is resident of Boke Bulala Kebele in Adola Rede Wereda, one of the deforestation hot spot areas of OFLP intervention. The area is found in Guji Zone of the Oromia Regional State. Ato Gobena is 48 and father of thirteen children, eight male and five female. Currently, he is working as a chairman of a local Community-based Organization, Boke Berko, named after a hilly area found in their kebele. The local Organization was established in 2019 with an intention to contribute for the ongoing climate change mitigation effort through conserving natural resources at risk and afforesting devastated areas in the locality.

Given Ato Gobena was born and grown up in the same area, he clearly remembers the feature of ‘Gare Berko’ and its periphery. Also, he has realized how the climate has been changing over the past few decades. He says that many residents were also too much worried about the drastic change as the situation kept going worse and worse for the people as well as their cattle. The more the land in their kebele went degraded, the more their agricultural yield declined and the weather went harsh. 

Gare Berko is a hilly area found in Boke Bulala kebele. It is located 20 KM away from Adola town, capital of the wereda. The area is a typical example of the areas in the wereda that have been going through drastic devastation.

 ‘‘I was born and grown up here that I have known this area since I was too young during the Derg Regime. It had been communal land for many years. For decades, it had been used by the surrounding people as an open and free grazing area for their cattle. Gradually, the condition of the land went worse and worse as everything on the spot was eaten up and the soil extremely eroded. Finally, it became bare land with just a stony soil and too ugly even to see. It was useful for nothing until two years ago.’’

Portion of the land before it was afforested

As a result of due discussion on the issue and support they got from the Oromia Forested Landscape Program and Wereda Environment, Forest and Climate Change Authority, they managed to secure 108 hectares of highly eroded communal land on the base of residents’ consent. Since then, Ato Gobena and his fellow CBO members, have been working to recover the area over the last two years.

As a result of due discussion on the issue and support they got from the Oromia Forested Landscape Program and Wereda Environment, Forest and Climate Change Authority, they managed to secure 108 hectares of highly eroded communal land on the base of residents’ consent. Since then, Ato Gobena and his fellow CBO members, have been working to recover the area over the last two years.

W/o Martha Elima resident of same kebele, is 46 and mother of 10 children. Martha has been active member of Boke Berko since its establishment in 2019. She says she has been gladly doing all she can for the success of their CBO’s objective. She also remembers the picture the hilly area of Gare Berko and its periphery few years ago and explains how the effort that saved the land was launched:

‘‘Thanks to the experts from REDD+ Oromia and Wereda Environment, Forest and Climate change Authority who came to our kebele and taught us the risk of desertification and climate change. They advised us that we can change our area by planting and protecting trees. As a result, we were convinced enough to get organized and get into action in 2019. Also, they provided us with necessary technical support as well as seedlings that we planted trees on this hilly area.’’

As a result of all their efforts, the area has now recovered dramatically and changing to forest. The appearance of the land as well as the weather has totally changed.

Portion of the land after it has been afforested

Martha says the change is impressive and is more than they expected. On top of that, she advises other women to engage in such conservation activities: ‘‘No one has expected this area would recover in such short time. We are so happy to see all the changes. We have learned that it is possible to change everything if people get organized for a common goal rather than acting separately. Now we have got much grass all over for our cattle and the trees growing faster. The whole area has become greener and so beautiful. The weather has also changed. Two years ago, it was so difficult to stand at this place at this season. As you can see now, it is so convenient. Moreover, we have got sufficient rain this year. I would advise that all women be involved in this kind of rewarding activities.’’

Chairman (Ato Gobena Bekele) and Secretary (Ato Beleko Anbese) working in CBO’s Office

   Atinafu Alemayehu OFLP wereda coordinator in zone said OFLP supported PFM and A/R activities are going well in the zone. He added that Boke Berko is one of the licensed and in good status CBOs in the zone. He said the members of the CBO have accomplished an exemplary work that needs to be intensified to other areas.

‘‘We have been implementing OFLP supported PFM and A/R activities in 14 weredas in the Zone one of which is Adola Rede. In this wereda, 108 hectares of barren land has been demarcated for A/R activity. Boke Berko is one of the CBOs in the zone that have accomplished an exemplary work in this regard. They have so far successfully afforested more than 90% of barren land demarcated for same purpose.’’  

He added that Boke Berko’s accomplishment has created motivation in the wereda that other neighboring kebeles are asking to engage in same activity. He says this is a good opportunity to intensify the work. Atinafu added that it is highly important that such activities be supported by livelihood options in order to insure their sustainability. He, therefore, urged that the ongoing livelihood activities should be implemented swiftly.