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.
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The project will contribute to competence and capacity building for the Albanian Hydrographic Service (AHS) and the Military Geographical Institute (MIG). Both institutes are led by the Ministry of Defense.
AHS is responsible for depth mapping and navigational marking (buoys, lights, etc.). Sea measurement activities are currently underfunded, with a lack of equipment and usable boats.
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. While the action is global across the 66 countries where ILC members operate, a special focus is on implementing National Engagement Strategies in 18 focus countries.
SNV-Sida co-financed project to promote pro-poor economic development through capacity building in farmer based forest management.
Since a geoid is the ratified framework on which mapping and measuring work in each country is based, creating a common geodetic reference frame for neighbouring Balkan countries will facilitate seamless combination of geographic data across borders. As we know, the effects of climate change and mitigation of the effects are not confined to national borders and increasing regional cooperation among the actors involved in managing these issues would only be beneficial.
The complementary program supports and builds the young cross-border biosphere reserve in the Prespa Ohrid region and promotes the Prespa National Park. It contributes to the protection of biodiversity and to the fight against poverty in the Albanian Prespa region.
promoting decentralised decision making and planning in forest and pasture land and further strengthening the relationship between local government and forest communities.
Support to the establishment of a first National Mapping Agency for Albania , as justified in the national strategy for development and European integration.
Improved decentralized management and better securing property for forest and pasture in target communes;2 improving income generating strategies and opportunities for forest and pasture;3 strenghtening the institutional policy and legal framework for forestry;4 Improving the manamgnet of the Nations communal forest and pasture areas through enahanced capacity and responsiveness of Local Government..
The development objective of the Environmental Services Project (ESP) for Albania is to support sustainable land management practices and increase communities' monetary and non-monetary benefits in targeted project areas which are mainly in erosion prone rural upland areas.