This learning brief is part of a series bringing together experiences and lessons learned from the Nuyok Resilience Food Security Activity (2017–2023). The briefs are designed for practitioners, including local government representatives, civil society organizations, and other actors working on natural resources management, sanitation, and livelihoods-related issues.
This learning brief highlights farmer-managed natural regeneration (FMNR) as a promising approach to conserving trees and increasing tree cover, providing many benefits to communities, particularly when complemented with soil water harvesting and conservation practices. In the context of the Nuyok program, the impact of FMNR practices is based on community perception and observations of change. Future FMNR efforts can benefit from further data around factors that influence the sustainability of the approach and uptake by communities.
To learn more about the Nuyok RFSA, check out the additional briefs below:
- Beyond CLTS: Leveraging Social Mobilization to Address Sanitation and Hygiene in Karamoja through the Home Improvement Campaign (HIC)
- Effectiveness of Poverty Graduation in Improving Household Incomes Among Ultra-Poor Women in Napak District
- Youth Entrepreneurship Program: Lessons from the Nuyok Activity in Abim District