Drylands

These are the successfully closed projects and initiatives and for More details on each, kindly click on the project of interest on your left hand side.
Amboseli - Kenya
The GDI Programme accomplishes much of its work through funded projects and partnerships Closing the Gaps in Great Green Wall: Linking sectors and stakeholders for increased synergy and scaling-...
Together with other partners, the project offers a framework to design a methodology for participatory assessment and monitoring of LD and multiple benefits of pastoral areas. The findings of the...
Brief description of the project Achieving Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN) worldwide by 2030 is included as target 15.3 in the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), which were...
Sustainable range land Management for Biodiversity Conservation and Climate Change Mitigation
The Project's Components are; Component 1. Adaptive management and learning Component 2. Stronger institutions for rangeland governance Component 3. Up-scaling good practices in Sustainale...
Introduction The Great Green Wall is a pan-African initiative to restore and sustainably manage land in the Sahel-Saharan region in order to address both poverty and land degradation. First...
The Strategic Priorities include; 1. IUCN is reviving sustainable land management practices and restoring dryland ecosystems through governance-based approaches to communal resource management...
A delegation of 8 experts, led by Ms. Cyriaque Sendashonga, Global Director Programme and Policy, is representing IUCN at the thirteen session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations...
IUCN’s partnership with the UNCCD is guided by a Memorandum of Understanding Signed by the two Secretariats in 2013.Read More....
The first joint workplan under the MoU was signed in 2011. This workplan catalysed a large number of activities which were reported in detail in annual reports. The second...
Pastoralism and the green economy - Brief: This brief focuses on pastoralism's current and future potential for securing sustainable management and green economy outcomes from the world's rangelands....

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