L’évaluation à la FAO

Final evaluation of the project “Securing tenure rights for forest landscape-dependent communities: linking science with policy to advance tenure security, sustainable forest management and people’s livelihoods”

16/12/2019

Peru is among the world’s ten mega-diverse countries, Indonesia’s rainforests shelter almost 20 percent of the world’s plant, mammal and bird species, while Uganda forests are home to about 7.5 percent of mammal and 10.2 percent of global bird species, and support the world’s highest number of primate species. Unclear tenure and conflicts are the major factors in deforestation of forest areas targeted by the project implemented by FAO, aimed at securing tenure rights for forest landscape-dependent communities: linking science with policy to advance tenure security, sustainable forest Management and people’s livelihoods. Which results achieved the project, and what are the lessons that can be replicated? To what extent were government institutions and indigenous communities empowered by the project to develop and implement policies and projects that support tenure security, livelihoods and sustainable forest management? These are just some of the questions answered in this evaluation.

GCP/GLO/806/GFF
GEF ID: 5797

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