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Dear David Adeleke

I have send an email for a loan Application for USD$3,500,000.00 payable over a 10 year period with a five (5) year grace period and with 2% interest per annum Best Regards Osmond

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SUMMARY/ABSTRACT

This idea is bringing new knowledge or insight to the management of arid and semi arid ecosystems for rehabilitation and restoration of degraded rangeland areas thereby increasing and diversifying rangeland animals productivity leading to poverty eradication and empowerment of communities. The idea achieves this by simulating large herds of wild animals which used to live in these environments. The problem of degraded rangelands will be solved by encouraging communities to create one large herd of animals which would be herded by means of cluster groups and by creating paddocks using natural demarcations such as roads, rivers, etc which the animals will be herded in. Finally, the solution will also require a strong monitoring and participatory evaluation system to be put into place. The details of what will be happening in the first 3 years(as shown in the pictures and videos) can be found in the attached file named Activity Schedule. and CONCLUSION

This is about whole catchment and whole society management: Use of Experiential Learning Cycle: a process which facilitators use with individuals and outreach community groups involved in learning and/or promoting collective action through community mobilization. The approach guides the learner through four phases; Experience, Process, Generalize and Apply. Use of Community Action Cycle a model with seven (7) steps in implementing; initial preparation, organizing the community for action, exploring the issues and setting priorities, planning, acting, evaluation together and scaling up. In applying the Community Action Cycle the external players should keep in mind a simple rule of thumb: Community mobilization is not just something done to the community but something done by the community.
Methodology Toolkit

For Empowerment and Capacity Building


For Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation Checklist


For Mobilization and Implementation

SUMMARY/ABSTRACT

This idea is bringing new knowledge or insight to the management of arid and semi arid ecosystems for rehabilitation and restoration of degraded rangeland areas thereby increasing and diversifying rangeland animals productivity leading to poverty eradication and empowerment of communities. The idea achieves this by simulating large herds of wild animals which used to live in these environments. The problem of degraded rangelands will be solved by encouraging communities to create one large herd of animals which would be herded by means of cluster groups and by creating paddocks using natural demarcations such as roads, rivers, etc which the animals will be herded in. Finally, the solution will also require a strong monitoring and participatory evaluation system to be put into place. The details of what will be happening in the first 3 years(as shown in the pictures and videos) can be found in the attached file named Activity Schedule. and CONCLUSION

This is about whole catchment and whole society management: Use of Experiential Learning Cycle: a process which facilitators use with individuals and outreach community groups involved in learning and/or promoting collective action through community mobilization. The approach guides the learner through four phases; Experience, Process, Generalize and Apply. Use of Community Action Cycle a model with seven (7) steps in implementing; initial preparation, organizing the community for action, exploring the issues and setting priorities, planning, acting, evaluation together and scaling up. In applying the Community Action Cycle the external players should keep in mind a simple rule of thumb: Community mobilization is not just something done to the community but something done by the community.
Methodology Toolkit

For Empowerment and Capacity Building


For Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation Checklist


For Mobilization and Implementation