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Projet de gestion paysagère durable (Madagascar)


Titre : Projet de gestion paysagère durable (Madagascar)

Numéro de projet : P154698

Date d’approbation : 23 mars 2017
Date de clôture : 1 août 2022

Pays : Madagascar

The development objective of Sustainable Landscape Management Project for Madagascar is to increase access to improved irrigation services and agricultural inputs, and strengthen the integrated management of natural resources in the Selected Landscapes by the local actors and, to provide immediate and effective response to an Eligible Crisis or Emergency. This project has four components. 1) The first component, Information and planning, has the following subcomponents : (i) Data collection and decision support tools ; (ii) Preparation of selected Sustainable Landscape Management Plans ; and (iii) Policies for landscape management. 2) The second component, Investments and capacity building in the selected landscapes, will support on-the-ground implementation of the landscape approach. It has the following subcomponents : (i) Capacity building ; (ii) Productive investments ; and (iii) Management of critical ecosystems and protected areas. 3) The third component, Project Management Coordination and M and E, will support all aspects of project management, including fiduciary management, Monitoring and Evaluation (M and E), knowledge generation and management, communication, and monitoring mitigation measures related to safeguards. 4) The fourth component, Contingency Emergency Response, establishes a disaster response contingency funding mechanism that could be triggered in the event of an eligible crisis or emergency, such as a natural disaster involving a formal declaration of a national or regional state of emergency, or a formal request from the Government of Madagascar in the wake of a disaster

Montant total du projet : USD 107.06 millions

Présentation : Banque Mondiale

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