Projects & Topics

IECN-Namibia

All our Projects

IECN has worked on a diversity of assignments since inception in 2001. They included so far assignments focusing on project design, proposal development, reporting, implementation and assessments, for different collaborators and clients. Look at the current list of exciting projects!

  

Location: Namibia • Topics: Biodiversity • Year: 2010

  

Communal land support (CLS) project under the Millennium Challenge Account (MCA) Namibia, Expert advice on project component integration.

  

A short term assignment was commissioned to IECN in supporting the MLR, MCA, GTZ Communal Land Support project which was being rolled out in 6 regions in Northern Namibia. A registration strategy was drafted and will be tested in collaboration with the Traditional Authorities, Communal Land Boards and the Ministry of Land and Resettlement (MLR) soon.

  

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Location: Namibia • Topics: Climate Change • Year: 2010

  

Study on the effects of climate change in the Cuvelai Etosha Basin and possible adaptation measures.

  

The Namibian GTZ IWRM project commissioned IECN to prepare a report that would identify practical community action options for climate change adaptation in the Cuvelai-Etosha Basin. Climate change projections for the major basin that cuts across Angola and Namibia, with the drainage extending into the famous Etosha Pan, indicate that periodic extreme floods may be pertinent whilst overall a drying and heating is expected.

  

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Location: Namibia • Topics: Land Management • Year: 2010

  

Supporting the implementation of the Communal Land Reform Act in Namibia

  

A short term assignment was commissioned to IECN in supporting the MLR, MCA, GTZ Communal Land Support project which was being rolled out in 6 regions in Northern Namibia.

  

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Location: Benin • Topics: Climate Change • Year: 2009

  

Integrated Adaptation to Combat the Effects of Climate Change on Agricultural Production and Food Security in Benin

  

Global climate change is directly related to soil fertility and environmental productivity. For example, changing patterns of rainfall lead to decreased water availability, higher temperatures, and increased severity of extreme weather events such as flooding.

  

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Location: Namibia • Topics: Environment & Youth • Year: 2009

  

Masters of Integrated Land Management

  

Masters of Integrated Land Management. Polytechnic Namibia: Course development

  

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