the territory

  • Contribute to the improvement of environmental governance at the local level
  • Promote resources other than large wildlife
  • Sharing benefit to the greatest number

Limit the negative impact of uncontrolled activities such as transhumance
Contribute to the preservation of ecosystem services (such as water and watershed management)
ECOFAUNE is developing a spatial development strategy aimed at creating development centers based on
a diversification of zoning and activities, (transhumance corridors, ecological corridors, etc.) and
harmonization of strategies and relevant codes (decentralization, land, environment, wildlife and protected areas, forest, mines, rural / agricultural / livestock development strategy, etc.).
ECOFAUNE aims to orchestrate this development by collaborating with various technical, political, military and civil society actors, who are eager to be involved in the implementation of the development plan.