Wood Energy Catalogue

Sustainable Forest Management Impact Program on Dryland Sustainable Landscapes

Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Europe and Central Asia
Countries of implementation
Angola, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Malawi, Mongolia, Mozambique, Namibia, United Republic of Tanzania, Zimbabwe

Program Objective - To avoid, reduce, and reverse further degradation, desertication, and deforestation of land and ecosystems in drylands through the sustainable management of production landscapes.

Program Components: Strengthening the enabling environment for the sustainable and inclusive management of drylands; Implementing and scaling up sustainable dryland management; Programmatic coordination, monitoring and scaling out.

Some child projects have elements on woodfuels, in particular charcoal.

SFM, dryland, landscape, degradation, deforestation, Miombo woodlands, ecosystems
Type of initiatives
Program or Project
Program/Project Sub category
Effective governance, Resource/supply enhancement, Conversion efficiency improvement, Efficient utilization
Level of intervention
Multiple countries
Responsible agencies
FAO; World Bank; IUCN; WWF-US; Public and Private institutions, research institutes, CSO Organizations
Funding agency
GEF Trust Fund