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Integrated land management, restoration of degraded landscapes and natural capital assessment in the mountains

€3336912.114

05/22 - 05/22

Concluído

This project is part of

Objectives

To achieve biodiversity conservation and land degradation neutrality in the Southern Highlands and Hela Provinces of Papua New Guinea through integrated landscape management and natural capital assessment

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Note: Disbursement data provided is cumulative and covers disbursement made by the project Agency.

Target Groups

The Project’s benefits include the Global Environmental Benefits as described in Section 1.a.6. Besides these, the Project yield substantial direct socio-economic co-benefits to the targeted beneficiaries (refer to Section 2) and indirect benefits to implementing partners and other stakeholders. The socio-economic benefits delivered by the Project include i) direct financial incentives for landowners to overcome the barrier to engage on SLM/SFM, ii) improved access to sustainable financing for SMEs and landowners, iii) setting up of long-term financing streams through AFOLU carbon projects and certified coffee production, iv) establishment of tax easements and subsidies that directly benefit landowners, v) improved food security through more efficient and sustainable agricultural production, vi) increase resilience and reduced vulnerability of the livelihood base to climate change and disaster risks, and vii) increased land-based livelihood opportunities particularly for women.