Supporting the improvement of urban planning and governance in the Kolkata Metropolitan Area, and ensuring improved security of tenure to poor people. The project will support the implementation of urban reforms and city sanitation plans.
One of the negative impacts of uncontrolled deforestation within the Western Caucasus World Natural Heritage Site is that adjacent villages are being ever more frequently affected by flooding and landslides.
The programme aims to build up traditional rain-fed agriculture and improve economic conditions of 61,500 households in the three Kordofan states. The programme focuses on the importance of appropriate natural resource management and the access of poor households to productive services and fair terms of trade.
The aim of the project is to ensure more resilient livelihoods and to defend the basic human dignity of poor and socially disadvantaged people in the western uplands of Nepal, by strengthening the capacity of 115,000 households to mobilise their own resources thus gaining access to external resources and ensuring social justice.
The overall objective is to ensure women’s access to and
control over their land resources across Africa - supporting and enabling rural women’s voices. The action aims to effective independent and participatory monitoring by civil society of government progress on achieving targets related to the promotion of women’s land rights.
The project aims to contribute to the reduction of absolute poverty and promote gender equality among 176,000 households lacking of skills and financial resources, including particularly those headed by women, in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
During 2017, FAO has under the FAO ENPARD project (GCP/ARM/006/EC) assessed the reasons for land abandonment, an emergent problem in Armenia, and prepared a Policy Note outlining a range of possible responses. The analysis revealed that land abandonment is a complex multi-dimensional process with interlinked economic, environmental, social factors causing it.
The MAINLAND project is supporting the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy (MAFWE) to build technical and administrative capacity to implement the National Land Consolidation Programme and the provisions of the National Land Consolidation Strategy adopted by the Government in 2012 for mainstreaming the National Land Consolidation Programme through (i) developing expertise and st