Develop and implement appropriate capacity building products and services that strengthen good natural resource governance mechanisms with the dual purpose of poverty alleviation and sustainable natural resource management.
The aim of the project is to ensure more resilient livelihoods and to defend the basic human dignity of poor and socially disadvantaged people in the western uplands of Nepal, by strengthening the capacity of 115,000 households to mobilise their own resources thus gaining access to external resources and ensuring social justice.
The goal of the programme was to reduce poverty by allocating leasehold forestry plots to about 44,300 households in the mid-hills area of Nepal, thus enabling them to increase their income from forest products and livestock.
The grant is intended to make small scale food producers familiar with the Voluntary Guidelines on the responsible governance of tenure of land, fisheries and forests (VGGTs), and build up their capacity to create synergies and develop common strategies with regional human rights organisations and institutions in order to support the implementation of VGGT, but also to monitor the implementatio
The Multi Stakeholder Forestry Programme (MSFP) aims to improve livelihoods and resilience of poor and disadvantaged people in Nepal. It will also develop the contribution of Nepal’s forestry sector to inclusive economic growth, poverty reduction, and tackling climate change.
The purpose of the project is to improve the local population’s ability to adapt to the consequences of climate change in two catchment areas (Rodikot and Darma) in the Humla District of Nepal. This shall be achieved through capacity-building in climate-related issues among the user groups in the catchment area.
The project will identify and help to strengthen the innovative approaches that countries have adopted to translate the VGGT principles into practice, helping them set an inspiring example for others, and fostering a space for a two-way dialogue between countries and global level.
The action aims at implementing the first half of ILC’s strategy 2016-2021 to realise land governance for and with people at the country level, responding to the needs and protecting the rights of those who live on and from the land, i.e. to bring about change at the country level.
The goal of the grant to the ILC was to enable poor women and men to achieve secure and equitable access to and control over land to enable them to increase their food security and overcome poverty and vulnerability.