Tilbage

Pathway to Climate Justice

Organisation:

Global Aktion - Mennesker & miljø før profit

Pulje:

Civilsamfundspuljen

Bevillingstype:

Udviklingsindsats

Projekt start:

01.01.2019

Projekt slut:

01.10.2021

Beviliget beløb:

3.368.765,00 kr.

Indsatsen vedrører følgende verdensmål:

  • Mål 1: Afskaf fattigdom
  • Mål 2: Stop sult
  • Mål 3: Sundhed og trivsel
  • Mål 5: Ligestilling mellem kønnene
  • Mål 6: Rent vand og sanitet
  • Mål 8: Anstændige jobs og økonomisk vækst
  • Mål 10: Mindre ulighed
  • Mål 11: Bæredygtige byer og lokalsamfund
  • Mål 12: Ansvarligt forbrug og produktion
  • Mål 13: Klimaindsats
  • Mål 15: Livet på land
  • Mål 16: Fred, retfærdighed og stærke institutioner
  • Mål 17: Partnerskaber for handling

Indsatsen foregår i følgende lande:

  • Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Kenya
  • Madagascar
  • Mozambique
  • Namibia
  • South Africa
  • Tanzania
  • Uganda
  • Zimbabwe

Lokale partnere:

  • ZIMBABWE SMALLHOLDER ORGANIC FARMERS FORUM - ZIMSOFF

Overordnede mål :

Peasant agroecology and climate justice are integral to everyday practices of SSFPs and formative to agrarian and climate change policy in South and Eastern Africa on local, national and regional level.

Umiddelbare mål :

1: By July 2021, LVC SEAf has strengthened the infrastructure within the network that enables effective dissemination of knowledge on Peasant Agroecology and Climate Justice internally at national and sub-national level. 2: By July 2021, LVC SEAf has expanded its reach among SSFPs in the region, consolidated the network at national level and evaluated the effort. 3: By July 2021, LVC SEAf have used new alliances to create awareness of CJ/AE and present the demands of SEAf SSFPs to decision makers on national and regional level.

Målgrupper :

The primary target group of this intervention are all the constituents of the LVC SEAf member organisations. The constituents comprise a total of approximately 550.000 SSFPs, of which more than half are women. Such SSFPs are amongst the poorest, most marginalised groups in the SEAf region, and are extremely vulnerable to climate change. The member organisations represent a mix of men, women and young people, reflecting the selection requirements of gender equality and the advocating of women’s and youth struggles of LVC. This group will be targeted through the catalysing effect of the secondary target group, which will be expanded on in the following. The secondary target group are those who participate in or are directly affected by the project implementation. This group primarily consists of key constituents of the eight LVC SEAf member organisations, as opposed to key personnel on the regional level, who were the focus of the first intervention. The reason for this shift in focus is due to the increased capacity of the latter to affect internal (constituent level) and external (national policy influencing and alliance building level) change, and the need to disseminate and build upon this capacity in the proposed intervention. Indirect target group: By means of the human rights based approach to advocacy, the aim of the intervention is to ultimately benefit all SSFP in the South and Eastern Africa, approximately 100 million people throughout the region.

Resume:

This intervention seeks to capacity-develop and strengthen La Via Campesina (LVC) as a social movement in its efforts to attain the just representation of rural communities, indigenous peoples, and smallholders in the face of climate change within the region of Southern and Eastern Africa (SEAf). LVC SEAf works to promote the just and participatory farmer-led solutions of agroecology and food sovereignty in a political climate that tends to marginalise these groups. Strengthening the infrastructure of LVC SEAf's member organisations by national trainings, research, networking activities, production and operationalisation of advocacy tools, facilitation of strategic meetings and coordinated advocacy efforts are set in motion to spread visibility, mobilise constituencies and influence decision-making at local, national and regional levels. Building on a previous intervention, the partners seek to amplify and operationalise several outputs and learnings through a new strategic approach to ensure climate justice in the region.