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Jan 2016 - Apr 2016

Norwegian Krone

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36330000
Other partners include: Forest Peoples Programme (FPP) and South Central Peoples Development Association (SCPDA). The project aims to improve government policies and decision making on indigenous lands, forests, climate protection, safeguards and civic participation in Guyana through the engagement of civil society and reliable tenure data.
Jan 2021 - Jun 2021

Norwegian Krone

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25000000
The aim of the project is that indigneaous and local communities, and the wider Guyaneses society, enjoy ecosystem services and related human wellbeing benefits provided through reduced deforestation and land degradation from the risk of mining. The main partner is the National Toushaos Council (NTC).
Jan 2021 - Jun 2021

Norwegian Krone

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20000000
The project aims to protect 3.4 million hectares of forests and ecosystems through expanded indigneous peoples' land rights in Guyana and supporting indigneous organizations and communities with strengthened leadership, territorial governance, policy and advocacy as well as their institutional and technical capacity to monitor threatened lands. The partners in Guyana include Amerindian Peoples Association, Forest Peoples Programme and South Rupununi District etc.
Jan 2017 - Jan 2019

Norwegian Krone

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4164299
Projects supported by the International Land and Forest Tenure Facility to enhance land reform and strengthen tenure rights of indigenous peoples and local communities in Guyana.
Apr 2018 - Jun 2023

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151675
Support the development of a harmonized national land policy and legislative framework and strengthened capacity of the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission (GLSC), and partner Ministries and agencies through: the design and development of an integrated and robust spatial data infrastructure and open-data geospatial information system to support improved land administration, enhanced governance of tenure, as well as improved technical support services and mechanisms to encourage adoption of sustainable and climate-smart land use systems and management practices including application and enforce