The Programme aims to increase rural income in its target area, which consists of seven districts in the southern highlands. It will reduce poverty and inequality through developing sustainable plantation forestry and adding value to the entire forest product value chain, from quality seeds planted on the land to quality products sold in markets.
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Ecosystem services in productive and protected land/seascapes conserved by improved land use and marine spatial planning policies and land/seascape level management in Gambia.
In Colombia’s post-conflict context, access to land and tenure security are still a cause of many conflicts and inequalities. Especially Indigenous and Afro-Colombian communities are amongst the most vulnerable groups in Colombia. Their land tenure insecurity has a negative effect on the possibilities for livelihood improvements, and on the protection of natural resources within their territories.
The Land Governance Support Activity (LGSA) supports the establishment of more effective land governance systems, ready to implement comprehensive reforms to improve equitable access to land and security of tenure, so as to facilitate inclusive sustained growth and development, ensure peace and security, and provide sustainable management of the environment.
The Land Reform in Afghanistan (LARA) project seeks to develop a robust, enduring, and Afghan-owned and managed land market framework that encourages investment and productivity growth, resolves/mitigates land-based conflict, and builds confidence in the legitimacy of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA).
The USAID ProParque team is helping Honduras develop sound management of its natural resources in a way that complements the country’s economic and social development. The project works with the Government of Honduras to strengthen the nation’s protected area management system, improve biodiversity and natural resource management, and facilitate rural enterprise growth, climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction, land tenure, and clean energy development.
The project has the general objective of increasing the capacity of ANCPI in the implementation of the EU Directive on the harmonization and sharing of geographic information domestically and internationally and will be implemented in partnership with the Norwegian Mapping Authority and Registers Iceland.
Assistance with procurement of diverse hardware and software needed for establishing a modern National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI)
The “Capacity Building for Improvement of Land Administration and Procedures in Bosnia and Herzegovina” – CILAP project, is a long term project aimed to build capacity and transfer knowledge with the overall objective to increase the effectiveness and reliability of land administration processes in Bosnia and Herzegovina. From the beginning CILAP project is planned, described and approved for six (6) years period with the goal to support geodetic authorities in BH during the whole implementation period of Real Estate Registration Project (RERP), funded by World Bank loan.
To support the establishment of a comprehensive public registry at the Civil Registration Authority for all addresses of private households and businesses in Kosovo, as well as street adresses for 10-15 municipalities, executed together with the Kosovo Cadastre Agency and in partnership with the EU. The overall project objective is in line with reaching EU standards.