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- DocumentDevelopment Fund, Norway, 2015The Climate Adapted Villages model aims to make farmers and local communities capable of organizing themselves, identifying climate threats and practicing climate smart agriculture, enabling them to adapt to the current consequences of a changing climate.Document
Final review of the project "Advancing REDD in the Kolo Hills Forests (ARKFOR)" implemented by African Wildlife Foundation and partnersThe Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania, 2015Background The project “Advancing REDD in the Kolo Hills Forests” (ARKFor) was implemented in 2010-14 by the African wldlife foundation (AWF) and its partners CAMCO, Selian agricultural research institute (SARI) and Kondoa District council (KDC) in 21 villages surrounding the government owned Kolo Hills forests.Document
Final review of the project "Making REDD+ and the Carbon Market Work for Communities and Forest Conservation in Tanzania" implemented by TFCG and Mjumita.The Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania, 2015“Making REDD+ and the Carbon Market work for Communities and Forest Conservation in Tanzania” is a five-year project implemented by Tanzania Forest Conservation Group (TFCG) in partnership with the Tanzania community forest conservation network (MJUMITA).DocumentSouth African Institute of International Affairs, 2015Botswana is water scarce, with endemic drought and varied rainfall. In order to meet increases in water demand efficiently and sustainably, greater policy coherence and implementation is needed. The government acknowledges the principles of integrated water resources management (IWRM), but this is largely rhetorical.DocumentChr. Michelsen Institute, Norway, 2015This paper has been prepared in conjunction with a project for resilience building in Afar National Regional State, Ethiopia under the auspices of the Afar Region Disaster Prevention, Preparedness and Food Security Coordination Office and the Agriculture Knowledge Learning Documentation and Policy Project (AKLDP), Ethiopia which is implemented by the Feinstein International Center, Tufts UniverDocument
Who owns the world's land? A global baseline of formally recognized indigenous and community land rights2015In recent years, there has been growing attention and effort towards securing the formal, legal recognition of land rights for Indigenous Peoples and local communities. Communities and Indigenous Peoples are estimated to hold as much as 65 percent of the world’s land area under customary systems, yet many governments formally recognize their rights to only a fraction of those lands.Document
End review of the REDD+ pilot project implemented by the Jane Goodall Institute in Kigoma, Tanzania. Final report.The Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania, 2014The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) represented by the Royal Norwegian Embassy (RNE) in Tanzania funded the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) REDD+ Pilot Project - “Building REDD Readiness in the Masito-Ugalla Ecosystem Pilot area in Support of Tanzania’s National REDD Strategy”.Document
Food security in a climate perspective: what role could the private sector play regarding investment in smallholder agriculture in Ethiopia, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania and ZambiaNoragric, Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, 2014The purpose of this study is to discuss different ways of implementing the "Food Security in a Climate Perspective strategy 2013-15" in relation to support to private sector development and public-private partnership (PPP) as regards agriculture, climate change and food seDocumentEconomic Research Forum, Egypt, 2015The aim of this paper is to investigate whether countries tend to relocate their ecological footprint as they grow richer. The analysis is carried out for a cross-section of 105 countries by employing the production and import components of the Ecological Footprint data of the Global Footprint Network belonging to the year 2006.DocumentClimate Change Resilient Development project - Mainstreaming Adaptation for USAID, 2015Glacier-dominated mountains play a major role in providing water to large numbers of people. These glacier-dominated areas also pose unique challenges to downstream communities as they adapt to recent and continuing global climate change.