The GEF-7 Drylands Sustainable Landscapes Impact Program (DSL-IP) is a five-year journey that offers a catalytic, country-driven and innovative outlook on how to avoid, reduce and reverse degradation and deforestation of land and ecosystems in drylands. The DSL-IP seeks to achieve transformational, durable and replicable change at scale in 11 countries across three dryland eco-regions.
The Child Projects are clustered under three Regional Exchange Mechanisms which play a central role in bridging the local and national to the regional and international spheres of the Impact Program. Knowledge thus flows continuously up, out and deep, while also facilitating learning across multiple levels and assessing opportunities for cross-pollination, regional networks that may be leveraged. See how the DSL-IP accelerates and increases magnitude, durability and scope of impact of GEF-7 investments in the targeted landscapes around the world.
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- Dryland Forestry
- FAO Forestry
- Working Group on Dryland Forests and Agrosilvopastoral Systems
- Pastoralist Knowledge Hub
- Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) Toolbox
- Land Resources Toolbox