Wool and Mohair Promotion Project
The Wool and Mohair Promotion Project (WAMPP) project is designed to boost resilience to the adverse of effects of climate change and economic shocks among poor rural people across the country. The project has three components:
- Climate-smart rangeland management
- Improved livestock production and management
- Wool and mohair fibre handling and marketing.
The WAMPP project is national in scope, covering all 10 of Lesotho's administrative districts, with a focus on the rangelands that cover more than two thirds of the country's surface. Activities will target smallholder farmers and other poor rural dwellers, giving special attention to poor rural women and young people in the project area.
19 September 2014
2014 - 2022
Total Project Cost
US$ 38.96 million
US$ 18.61 million
OPEC Fund for International Development US$ 12 million
Private sector local US$ 1.54 million
National Government US$ 3.98 million
US$ 2.82 million
DSF Grant/Highly Concessional