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Rehabilitation of Boswellia in Socotra BR

Within this project around 70 home gardens were planted to rehabilitate branches and seedlings of Boswellia, an endemic tree group. The project also sought to increase awareness within the local communities about these species and the unique biodiversity of Socotra. This initiative will encourage the local communities and indigenous people to take care of their biodiversity and sustainable use of the environment and natural resources.

Type: Conservation of biodiversity

Field of activity: Species conservation (flora/fauna)

Responsible body: Socotra Al-Ata’a Foundation and the Environment Protection Authority

Period: 2016

Contact: Ahmed Saeed Sulaiman - qamhem@yahoo.com

Area of operation: Socotra BR

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