Guideline
Sustainable Water Harvesting Projects for Livestock Water in South Sudan: Guidelines on Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment (ESEA)
United Nations Environment Programme, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, South Sudan, Ministry of Electricity, Dams, Irrigation and Water Resources, United Nations Peacebuilding Support Office

These guidelines provide the essential environmental and socioeconomic assessment tools that planners and practitioners need to identify and integrate
environmental and socioeconomic considerations into their development plans and implementation of water harvesting projects.


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Assessment report
Water Harvesting for Peacebuilding in South Sudan: An Assessment of Livestock Water Harvesting Structures in Eastern Equatoria, Western Equatoria, and Lakes States
United Nations Environment Programme, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, South Sudan, Ministry of Electricity, Dams, Irrigation and Water Resources, United Nations Peacebuilding Support Office

The assessment of water harvesting in South Sudan was aimed at generating lessons needed to support a long-term, cost-effective and environmentally sound programme for livestock water development in South Sudan.


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Guideline
Gender Mainstreaming in Water Harvesting in South Sudan: Technical Guidelines
United Nations Environment Programme, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, South Sudan, Ministry of Electricity, Dams, Irrigation and Water Resources

This guideline is a reference document for gender mainstreaming in water harvesting in South Sudan and is meant for organizations investing in and implementing water harvesting projects for livestock.


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Book/Report
Republic of South Sudan: National Adaption Programmes of Action (NAPA) to Climate Change
United Nations Environment Programme, South Sudan, Ministry of Environment

South Sudan’s NAPA specifies five priority activities (referred to as Priority Adaptation Projects) for effective climate change adaptation across the five identified priority thematic areas, namely: i) Environment; ii) Water Resources; iii) Agriculture; iv) Disaster Risk Reduction; and v) Policy and Institutional Framework.


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Assessment report
The Haiti Sustainable Energy Programme: Increasing Energy Access in Haiti and supporting New Solutions to Energy Poverty
United Nations Environment Programme

This publication outlines Haiti’s current and potential energy sources and provides an overview of the mini-grids project conducted by UNEP.


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Assessment report
Strategic Environmental Policy Assessment: FYR of Macedonia: A review of Environmental Priorities for International Cooperation
United Nations Environment Programme

This report was designed to address the following principal objectives: i) Identification of national needs in the environment sector with regard
to policy development and implementation; and ii) Identification of corresponding strategic areas for support by the international community, with particular reference to UNDP .


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Assessment report
Environmental Impact Assessment: AMISOM Camps, Mogadishu, Somalia
United Nations Environment Programme, Swedish Defense Research Agency

This EIA provides an assessment of potential positive and negative impacts of the construction and operation of proposed bases on the human, physical and ecological environment. This includes (to the extent possible given the resources available) socioeconomics; community infrastructure and services; health, safety and security issues; natural resources; pollution of air, soil and water resources; and impacts on biodiversity as well as
any endangered species of flora and fauna.


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Book/Report
After the Tsunami: Coastal Ecosystem Restoration: Lessons learnt
United Nations Environment Programme

This report explains what is known about coastal ecosystems in the Indonesian province of Nanggröe Aceh Darussalam (NAD or Aceh), their status before the tsunami of 2004, and how they fared after it. It reviews the ecosystem restoration activities that were undertaken in 2005-2006 by a variety of governmental and non-governmental actors, in partnership with many different stakeholder groups, and updates findings into 2007.


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Assessment report
Environment and Reconstruction in Aceh: Two Years after the Tsunami
United Nations Environment Programme

This report assesses environmental conditions in Indonesia’s Nanggröe Aceh Darussalam province (Aceh) and Nias, in the province of North Sumatra,
two years after the tsunami that occurred in the Indian Ocean on 26 December 2004. It identifies the key issues and provides recommendations to strengthen reconstruction efforts, help the region achieve sustainable development and reduce risks from future potential disasters.


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Assessment report
Assessment of the Legal, Scientific, and Institutional Frameworks for Biodiversity Protection in the Republic of Liberia
United Nations Environment Programme, Environmental Law Institute, Oxford Forestry Institute

This Assessment examines the current legal, scientific, and institutional frameworks for protecting biodiversity in Liberia. It focuses on the laws and regulations that directly address biodiversity and is meant to assist Liberia in identifying opportunities for steps to further conserve and sustainably manage its biological resources.


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