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The Oasis Game is a gamified process tool that is based on a 7-step philosophy developed in Brazilian favelas and replicated in over 50 countries worldwide. It is an engaging format that aims to realize the dream of a community by bringing them together in a 6 to 10 day intervention to co-dream, co-design and co-create that a project in urban space based on their common aspirations with their own resources, hands and hearts. The process involves a lot of interactive playful tools make it attractive for everybody to join hands in creating a better world together, starting in their own community, starting now.

The Oasis Game is available in Portuguese, English and shortly in Spanish.
Engaging participatory community development processes through gamification

The Oasis Game is a gamified process tool that is based on a 7-step philosophy developed in Brazilian favelas and replicated in over 50 countries worldwide. It is an engaging format that aims to realize the dream of a community by bringing them together in a 6 to 10 day intervention to co-dream, co-design and co-create that a project in urban space based on their common aspirations with their own resources, hands and hearts. The process involves a lot of interactive playful tools make it attractive for everybody to join hands in creating a better world together, starting in their own community, starting now.

The Oasis Game is available in Portuguese, English and shortly in Spanish.

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YouthConnekt sees itself as a convener, both physically and virtually, and as a catalyst of partnerships that seek to unleash the enormous potential in young people of all walks of life. The platform gives Youth a seat at the table. It connects young people to role models, resources, knowledge and skills, internships and employment opportunities, enabling them to participate in shaping a better future for themselves, Rwanda and the World at large.
Connecting Youth to Role Models, Resources, Skills and Economic Development in Rwanda

YouthConnekt sees itself as a convener, both physically and virtually, and as a catalyst of partnerships that seek to unleash the enormous potential in young people of all walks of life. The platform gives Youth a seat at the table. It connects young people to role models, resources, knowledge and skills, internships and employment opportunities, enabling them to participate in shaping a better future for themselves, Rwanda and the World at large.

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UNDP has been demonstrating innovation in its approach to supporting Uganda build resilient and sustainable communities by using the latest technology to support risk-informed development in refugee settlements.
The refugee settlements base maps, a first for Uganda, is an innovative tool to support communities make evidence-based development decisions by empowering them with information on the specific development challenges and opportunities.
Mapping for Resilience: Using New Technology to Map Refugee Settlements

UNDP has been demonstrating innovation in its approach to supporting Uganda build resilient and sustainable communities by using the latest technology to support risk-informed development in refugee settlements.
The refugee settlements base maps, a first for Uganda, is an innovative tool to support communities make evidence-based development decisions by empowering them with information on the specific development challenges and opportunities.

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Kenya Organic Agriculture Network (KOAN) seeks to improve agricultural production and market systems for smallholder farmers in Laikipia county in Kenya. The projects' main goals are farmers' resilience improvement against climate change, household income generation and rural communities' livelihoods improvement. The project integrates farmers income generation and self-employment through the introduction of tea tree (a more climate resilient oil-based tree) cultivation and the adoption of organic agricultural technologies. The project proactively works with farmers to improve their production systems and link them to markets.
Empowering Smallholder farmers to adopt Tea Tree Production for Improved livelihoods and Increased Climate change resilience

Kenya Organic Agriculture Network (KOAN) seeks to improve agricultural production and market systems for smallholder farmers in Laikipia county in Kenya. The projects' main goals are farmers' resilience improvement against climate change, household income generation and rural communities' livelihoods improvement. The project integrates farmers income generation and self-employment through the introduction of tea tree (a more climate resilient oil-based tree) cultivation and the adoption of organic agricultural technologies. The project proactively works with farmers to improve their production systems and link them to markets.

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Drylands Natural Resources Centre (DNRC) is a farmer cooperative which reaches over 3,000 people. The center mainly works on dryland ecosystem’s restoration through sustainable agricultural and agroforestry practices. Among its results are increased crop yields, improved soil and water resources, and income generation. DNRC also promotes social inclusion, local empowerment and community cohesion through training at DNRC’s demonstration farm.
Restoring dryland ecosystems through agro ecological and permaculture best practices in Kenya

Drylands Natural Resources Centre (DNRC) is a farmer cooperative which reaches over 3,000 people. The center mainly works on dryland ecosystem’s restoration through sustainable agricultural and agroforestry practices. Among its results are increased crop yields, improved soil and water resources, and income generation. DNRC also promotes social inclusion, local empowerment and community cohesion through training at DNRC’s demonstration farm.

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The Community Initiatives for Biodiversity Conservation (CIBIC) is an organization that addresses poaching and encroachments in Bwindi National Park in Uganda. To date, the initiative has supported over 10,000 people in agri-business enterprises and community tourism.
Promoting alternative livelihoods for Batwa Pygmies in Uganda

The Community Initiatives for Biodiversity Conservation (CIBIC) is an organization that addresses poaching and encroachments in Bwindi National Park in Uganda. To date, the initiative has supported over 10,000 people in agri-business enterprises and community tourism.

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The African Research Association Managing Development in Nigeria (ARADIN) has been conducting ethnobotanical and socio-economic research, community forestry and environmental restoration using participatory research and community-driven development approach. ARADIN is currently working with over 19 communities in four Local Government Areas in northern, central and southern Cross River State in Nigeria.
Protecting forests through community based forest monitoring in Nigeria

The African Research Association Managing Development in Nigeria (ARADIN) has been conducting ethnobotanical and socio-economic research, community forestry and environmental restoration using participatory research and community-driven development approach. ARADIN is currently working with over 19 communities in four Local Government Areas in northern, central and southern Cross River State in Nigeria.

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The Tayap Eco-Orchards (TEO) project is located in Tayap Village in Cameroon. The project focuses on protecting endangered environment surrounding Tayap Village by reducing deforestation and land degradation. This initiative is led by a local farmers’ association, TEO, which combines climate change mitigation strategies and alternative and sustainable revenue generation through the implementation of an agroforestry system. This system is based on sustainable agricultural practices and works to diversify the local economy through eco-tourism activities. The project also focuses on the inclusion and engagement of women and the youth.
Strengthening agroforestry and integrated rural development in Cameroon

The Tayap Eco-Orchards (TEO) project is located in Tayap Village in Cameroon. The project focuses on protecting endangered environment surrounding Tayap Village by reducing deforestation and land degradation. This initiative is led by a local farmers’ association, TEO, which combines climate change mitigation strategies and alternative and sustainable revenue generation through the implementation of an agroforestry system. This system is based on sustainable agricultural practices and works to diversify the local economy through eco-tourism activities. The project also focuses on the inclusion and engagement of women and the youth.

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The International Centre for Environmental Education and Community Development in Cameroon (ICENECDEV) empowers people to protect the environment and improve sustainable livelihood. In particular, ICENECDEV is building a global grassroots movement to raise environmental awareness, promote education and support community development by sharing practical ways in which people are addressing environmental issues and improving sustainable livelihoods. In this regard, ICENECDEV has established a training program to improve vegetable farming for women. The project aims to enhance the livelihoods of rural women farmers in 8 villages by improving literacy and agricultural farming.
Establishing a training network to improve vegetable farming for women in Cameroon

The International Centre for Environmental Education and Community Development in Cameroon (ICENECDEV) empowers people to protect the environment and improve sustainable livelihood. In particular, ICENECDEV is building a global grassroots movement to raise environmental awareness, promote education and support community development by sharing practical ways in which people are addressing environmental issues and improving sustainable livelihoods. In this regard, ICENECDEV has established a training program to improve vegetable farming for women. The project aims to enhance the livelihoods of rural women farmers in 8 villages by improving literacy and agricultural farming.

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