Wetlands perform a great number of socio-economic and ecological functions. Nonetheless, only few wetlands are under effective protection in Panama. UNDP envisages an array of measures designed to manage protected mangroves and other wetlands over an area of 13,800 ha. The measures are to be monitored and assessed with regard to their carbon dynamics.
The programme aims to ensure food security and income for 17,000 rural poor households in 225 villages among nine districts in the Sayabouly and Oudomxay. Specifically by strengthening farmer's organisations to be able to promote the community-based natural resource management and through the adoption of the proposed technologies and improved access to water.
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting supports a large network of independent journalists who cover under-reported global issues, such as property rights, and disseminates their stories across top-tier news media partners.
The project aims to enhance institutional capacity, at the provincial and national levels, to sustainably manage natural resource-based development and promote agricultural productivity in the areas of Salavan, Champasak, Attapu, Xekong and Savannakhet benefiting 11,250 households.
Overseas Development Institute is an independent think tank focused on international development and humanitarian issues. Overseas Development Institute (ODI) is an independent think tank focused on international development and humanitarian issues. ODI has partnered with Land Alliance to scale up PRIndex, the first global index that measures perceptions of property rights among communities.
The overall objective of the project is "to strengthen participatory transboundary river basin planning, management and development for improved water and food security in the Nile Equatorial Lakes region (Kenya-Tanzania, Burundi-Rwanda-Tanzania-Uganda)"
The compact’s $332.5 million Green Prosperity Project is designed to increase productivity and reduce reliance on fossil fuels by expanding renewable energy, and to increase productivity and reduce land-based greenhouse gas emissions by improving land use practices and management of natural resources.
SPUR aims to support Government of Bihar strengthen governance at state and urban local government levels to enable affordable and sustainable access to basic services, especially by poor people. Working with Bihar's Urban Development Department and Urban Local Bodies will sustain urban services and attract private investment.
The project goal is to reduce rural poverty and increase food security and incomes for about 20,000 households in Dindir, Abu Hujar, and Dali and Mazmoum. The objective is to successfully disseminate appropriate technology in soil and water conservation, range development, livestock nutrition and post-harvest technology to 16,000 small scale producers.
The programme aims to build the capacity of 75,000 poor households and their institutions, in the region of South-western Orissa, so that vulnerable groups, particularly women, can plan and manage their own development and negotiate improved entitlements.