Factsheets, Project documents
Integrating Traditional Crop Genetic Diversity into Technology: Using a Biodiversity Portfolio Approach to Buffer against Unpredictable Environmental Change in the Nepal Himalayas
United Nations Environment Programme

We aim to mainstream the conservation and use of agrobiodiversity in the mountain agricultural production landscapes of Nepal to improve ecosystem resilience, ecosystem services and access and benefits sharing capacity in mountain ecosystem.


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Integrated Baseline Study: Ten Communes of the Southwest Coast, South Department, Haiti 
United Nations Environment Programme

The Côte Sud Initiative’s Integrated Baseline Assessment is a multidisciplinary study that covers social and economic aspects of rural dwellers in Haiti. This report provides an integrated multi-sector analysis for ten communes in the southwest coast of the South Department of Haiti, designed to serve as a baseline for a larger ongoing monitoring platform. The purpose of the baseline study is to collect statistically significant evidence of the social and economic conditions of the population at the microscale (household) level. It will also provide evidence of the current state of the infrastructure and services offered, at the regional scale. The new data contained within this study is meant to inform decision makers, guide policymakers and support ongoing project design.


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Project documents
Implementing the African Elephant Action Plan: East Africa Projects
United Nations Environment Programme, The African Elephant Fund
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Connect: Mainstreaming Biodiversity Information into the Heart of Government Decision Making
United Nations Environment Programme

We help countries achieve sustainable development by bringing biodiversity information to the heart of government decision making using
actionable biodiversity information.


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Call for Demo Project Concepts - Implementation of the Strategic Action Programme for the protection of the Western Indian Ocean from land-based sources and activities (WIOSAP)
United Nations Environment Programme

The Contracting Parties to the Nairobi Convention have received funding from the Global Environment Facility
(GEF) to implement a Project entitled ‘Implementation of the Strategic Action Programme for the protection of
the Western Indian Ocean from land-based sources and activities’ (WIOSAP).
The Project will be implemented and executed through a ‘Partnerships Approach’ with the UNEP Nairobi
Convention Secretariat being the Executing Agency. The participating countries include Comoros, France (La
Reinion – which wont be a direct beneficiary), Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles, Mozambique, Kenya,
Tanzania, Somalia and South Africa. As part of this “Partnership Approach” WIO-C members including WWF,
IUCN, CORDIO, WCS and BirdLife among others are strongly encouraged to express interest and submit
concepts especially those aligned to their current investments in the region to leverage on co-financing for greater
impact.


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Implementing the African Elephant Action Plan: Southern Africa Projects
United Nations Environment Programme, The African Elephant Fund
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Proteus Partnership
United Nations Environment Programme

We aim to improve significantly the accuracy, completeness and currency of information in the World Database on Protected Areas, developing more comprehensive data on all types of protected areas and other effective area-based conservation measures and improved
contextual information.


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Registering Voluntary Commitment for implementation of Goal 14: Regional Partnership for Implementing SDG14 in the Western Indian Ocean
United Nations Environment Programme
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