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2005

Sustainable Land Management

Bhutan

Projet  : Sustainable Land Management

Pays  : Bhutan

Organisme de financement  : IBRD - The World Bank

Organisme d’exécution  : Ministry of Agriculture, Dzongkhag and Geog Administrations

Approuvé le : September 13, 2005

Finalité et objectifs

The project will promote innovative mechanisms to enhance sustainable land management practices with local, regional and global environmental benefits. By so doing, the project will promote and enhance synergies between the Convention to Combat Desertification, the Framework Convention on Climate Change, and the Convention on Conservation of Biological Diversity.
It is expected that the project will support the reappraisal and potential realignment of public sector roles in planning and implementation, including the creation of opportunities for public-private and other local partnerships appropriate to the Bhutanese context.
It will also pilot and demonstrate integrated landscape management approaches in selected sites, to help government and other stakeholders address issues of competing demands on the land resource, assess its carrying capacity and articulate a plan for its rational allocation and management

Informations financières

GEF Grant : 7.959 US$m
Cofin Amount : 8.225 US$m
Project Cost : 16.184 US$m

Lien vers le site GEF (Global Environment Facility)

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