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The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) is an international financial institution, established in 1944 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., United States, that is the lending arm of World Bank Group. The IBRD offers loans to middle-income developing countries. The IBRD is the first of five member institutions that compose the World Bank Group. The initial mission of the IBRD in 1944, was to finance the reconstruction of European nations devastated by World War II. The IBRD and its concessional lending arm, the International Development Association (IDA), are collectively known as the World Bank as they share the same leadership and staff.

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The objective of the Trust Fund is to assist Ukraine to create the preconditions for transparent functioning of agricultural land markets to enhance efficiency and environmental sustainability of resource use and provide a basis for investment and growth by small and medium farms and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in a competitive and growth oriented rural sector to counter rural impoverishment and depopulation.

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The objective is to increase security of land rights by consolidating the demarcation and documentation of individually and communally owned customary lands. This would be implemented by inclusion of vulnerable people of both genders. The proposed activities will build on national pilots and initiatives and global and regional best practices. The proposed activities are i) community participation; ii) community awareness; iii) institutional training and strengthening, and iv) monitoring and eva

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The program will address the alarming levels of deforestation and forest degradation in Mozambique, which directly affects the rural population’s resilience and cause severe economic, social and environmental consequences. The intervention is implemented at two levels – national level, with the aim to strengthen the overall national forest management (including institutional capacity building, law enforcement and review of policy framework) and at local level focusing on climate smart agriculture, sustainable use of wood fuels and sustainable forestry.

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