Creation of new opportunities to work on other areas of medicinal plants identification and documentation
About the Implementing organization
Name: Somdal village
Year of establishment: 1995
Type of organization: Community-based association or organization / Legally recognized non-profit status / Indigenous group or organization
This project led to another grant by TETFUND to identify plants used in the treatment of malaria and test the efficacy of such plants. the survey was conducted in Ten Local goverments areas of Niger and Kwara states with nupe speaking people and result published in Global Journal Res. Med. Plants & Indigen. Med. 3:4:112–126 ISSN 2277-4289.
Type of Action
Protection / Access and benefit sharing
Sustainable Development Element
Jobs and livelihoods / Health
Focused discuss on conservation of these plants, indigenous knowledge and documentation.
Sustainable Development Impacts
Renewed interest sustainable use of the identified pants
Can be expanded to cover the entire Nigeria
Can be replicated and would lead to documentation of new biodiversity.
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