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The proposal is well-developed with the potential for significant climate change adaptation benefits for the target communities. In addition, the proposal incorporates sustainable methods of mitigating threats to the surrounding ecosystem. The judges' comments from the previous round were adequately addressed in the updated proposal.
Feedback from the judges:
The proposal is interesting and persuasive. Please make the following changes to strengthen the proposal.
1. Describe how the project could be scaled-up to have a larger impact on climate change mitigation and adaptation.
2. Include more information in the timeline section.
3. Include more detail in the emissions section.
Jun 13, 2016
Following a summary of the additional information I have included in the proposal:
Information on how the project will be scaled up so that it benefits a larger number of farmers as well as a more information on the schedule of activities and the contributions of the project on global warming.
In summary, this native fish farming project that will be carried out with the Siekopai nationality of Ecuador, offers tangible results in a short time. It starts with a training period of beneficiary families on conservation, wise use of their natural resources, management and use of "cachama" farming using local products ina wise manner and in balance with nature.
Thus generating a production activity that contributes to food security of the beneficiary families and at the same time contributes to the conservation of forests which faces the dangers and pressures of external factors such as monoculture and cattle farming.
Jun 13, 2016
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