Natural resource governance and community livelihoods

MAA invests in people by providing relevant training and alternative livelihood strategies. Particularly, MAA assists local communities to unfold, accept and address challenges of governance and benefit-sharing in land, natural resource and wildlife management. This is done in recognition that community is the ultimate in-charge of its destiny. We strongly believe that by enhancing local resilience for land and natural resource governance on the one hand, and incubating community social business practices on the other, we will enable our people to develop stronger and more transparent social, economic and natural resource foundations that address poverty and improve community livelihoods.