Projects & Topics

IECN-Namibia

Land Management Related Projects

Land is critical to all aspects of human well-being. It provides material resources for livelihoods, food and health, provides security against environmental shocks and future uncertainties, and underlies many social and cultural systems. Access to land and the resources it offers is at the core of enhancing opportunities and choices, particularly for those who depend more directly on it. Sustainable land management is extremely important for enhancing human livelihoods and the need for increasing the capacity toward sustainalbe land management is of great value.

  

Location: Angola • Topics: Land Management • Year: 2007

  

Energy and Livelihoods Solutions in Elisa, Angola, through SLM capacity-building and combating deforestation

  

A suite of enabling activities in support of the implementation of Angola’s National Action Programme (NAP) under the UN Convention to Combat Desertification was designed. To gain full political support for the implementation of Sustainable Land Management (SLM) activities in the post-war country, it is important to demonstrate tangible local level impacts that help alleviate poverty and contribute to economic growth of the country.

  

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Location: Namibia • Topics: Land Management • Year: 2007

  

Mainstreaming environmental sustainability considerations into integrated land use planning

  

Mainstreaming environmental sustainability considerations into integrated land use planning is important, especially in a country like Namibia depending largely on her natural resource base for development.

  

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