The Humbo Ethiopia Assisted Natural Regeneration project involves the restoration of a natural forest using indigenous tree species in a mountainous Humbo District of South Western Ethiopia. The project aims at rehabilitating 2,728 ha of a formerly forested area that had been degraded due to human activities mainly tree cutting, charcoal production and livestock grazing
Biryahwaho, B.; Misiko, M.; Tefera, H.; Tofu, A. Humbo Ethiopia assisted natural regeneration project. Institutional Analysis and Capacity Building of African Agricultural Carbon Projects Case Study. CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), Copenhagen, Denmark (2012) 18 pp.