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Through innovation and leadership, ARD, Inc., helps people across the world create the essential conditions for successful economic development. Since it was founded in 1977, ARD has led more than 600 projects in Africa, Asia, Europe, Eurasia, Latin America and the Caribbean. These projects have helped countries respond to a range of environmental, social, and institutional challenges. ARD has 43 field offices around the globe, in addition to its main office in Burlington, Vermont, and its branch offices in Washington, D.C., and San Francisco, CA.  ARD is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tetra Tech, a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide.

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Reports & Research
December, 2004
Cambodia

An assessment of community level forest conflict in Cambodia. It was conducted as part of a project to understand the types, causes, and impacts of conflicts over forest resources at the community level in selected Asian countries and to assess methods to avoid, reduce, and monitor conflicts. Information is provided on underlying causes of forest conflict in Cambodia, the context and nature of this conflict, and approaches for mitigation.

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This project will build the capacity of 100 women and girls in Siaya County/ Kenya, providing competent training for 10 women on land rights and campaign, constructing a legal advisory and training center,provide scholarships for 10 girls, hold 3 legal clinics, training and mentoring women political aspirants to participate effectively in the Kenyan political contest.

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USAID's climate strategy for sustainable landscapes (SL) is to improve the land management of forests and natural landscapes. The purpose of the Contract is to support developing countries in Asia to achieve SL-related climate mitigation goals as stated in the nationally determined contributions (NDCs) submitted to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

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The Iracambi GIS, based at the Iracambi Research Center in one of the worlds top biodiversity hotspots, Brazil's Atlantic Forest, seeks to present data and generate maps that are easily accessible and understandable to local communities, students and farm families. Our aim is to clearly demonstrate the changes that are taking place due to human impact on the ecosystem, with their effects on climate and resource management, as part of our educational program and as a tool for land management.

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