political consulting, capacity building for agencies responsible for sustainable land use planning and landmanagement
The programme supports national institutions responsible for spatial/regional development and planning to develop improved frameworks, strategies and instruments for sustainable spatial development.
The project is a regional program aimed at preserving agrobiodiversity in traditional agricultural production systems of indigenous and peasant communities.
A systematic management of resources is used for the increase of climate resilience and as an instrument for sustainable development in selected CARICOM-states.
The ecosystem functions and cultural values of the Selva Maya, which ensure the prosperity of their inhabitants and provide environmental services of global importance, are maintained.
Governmental and non-governmental actors of all three countries have implemented coordinated measures to protect and sustainably use the biodiversity and natural resources of the Selva Maya.
Under the Evaluation, Research and Communications (ERC) project, USAID is collaborating with the private sector to road-test investment guidance such as the New Alliance’s Analytical Framework for Responsible Land-Based Investments in African Agriculture.