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Oct 2019

Euro

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650000
Advice and support for indigenous village communities and families in five different regions of the state to strengthen their resilience in the face of land rights problems and the climate crisis and to improve their agricultural starting position.
Oct 2019 - Sep 2019

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253271
Central America is one of the most dangerous regions in the world in which to defend human rights, and human rights defenders working in Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua face risks to their physical and psychological security and well-being. Land rights and environmental defenders are es-pecially at risk, and form a large share of HRD casualties in the region. This project will therefore protect land rights and environ-mental defenders as they carry out their dangerous work, and will train them in the essential skills they need for their work, such as security and lobbying.
Jun 2017

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141000
Integrated rural development and protection of land rights in the regions of Los Tuxtlas and Tatahuicapan, Veracruz, Mexico
Nov 2016 - Jun 2020

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49317
LD-1 Maintain or improve flows of agro-ecosystem services to sustain livelihoods of local communities LD-3 Reduce pressures on natural resources from competing land uses in the wider landscape
Sep 2018 - Sep 2020

United States dollar

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8988
Indigenous Mayan communities in Southern Mexico are on the front lines defending their lands, people, natural resources and culture against the violent imposition of resource extraction projects in their territories. Frayba provides the communities with knowledge on territorial rights, increases the impact of their public advocacy efforts, and strengthens their organizational capacities to defend their land and prevent irreversible socio-environmental impacts and serious human rights violations.
Dec 2012 - Nov 2015

United States dollar

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6800000.00
Pro-poor REDD benefit-sharing schemes incentivize reduction of forest emissions by safeguarding livelihoods of forest communities. This project fills a gap by building capacity and modeling benefit-sharing schemes for REDD activities. Aligned with the workplan of the REDD-Plus Partnership, it scales up actions needed for national REDD strategies under the Cancun Agreement.