Six communities receive cash aid – FBC News

Efforts to safeguard the environment through restoration and rehabilitation have been further intensified.

This was done through cash grants to six Ba communities.

Environment Minister Dr Mahendra Reddy said the $1,000 cash aid was provided under the Jobs for Nature scheme.

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Dr Reddy says poor industrial and agricultural activities have degraded natural resources over the years, therefore restoring the environment is vital for future generations.


“This program enables community groups, community leaders, youth groups to mobilize and mobilize their resources to rehabilitate biodiversity loss, build resilience of biological resource stock, restore nature, clean up nature and raise awareness among people. wider community on the need to protect their resources.

The ministry urges communities to take responsibility for protecting their resources and the government will continue to support and fund them through their various programs such as J-NR.

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