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Mozambique's Integrated Landscape Management Portfolio : Mozambique’s Integrated Landscape Management Portfolio (English)

At a time when an integrated approach to natural resource and forest management is gaining prominence worldwide, the Government of Mozambique places sustainable management of natural resources and forests as a priority in its governance efforts, as reflected in the Government’s Five Year Plan 2015-2019 and in the National Sustainable Development Program (NSDP). Sustainable management of natural resources and forests contributes to improving the lives of rural communities. It also stimulates the national economy through promoting the development of sustainable value chains. Our commitment is reflected in the governance instruments that our country has approved. This includes the approval of the SUSTENTA Project, which has the approach to integrate management of agriculture and natural resources, stimulate the economy and improve the quality of life of rural families. This will also help materialize and attain the objectives and targets of the NSDP. The authors are aware that in order to achieve the multiple objectives of sustainable management of natural resources, Mozambique will have to go a long way, together with key stakeholders, such as the Private Sector, Civil Society Organizations, Academia, local communities and others. To take this path towards sustainable, integrated and inclusive development through improvements in spatial planning and arrangements for the different land-uses in our country, authors see the World Bank as one of our most important strategic partners, not only from a financial point of view but from a technical assistance and collaboration point of view.

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  • Author

    Rodrigues de Aquino, André, Jerneck,Amanda Teresia, Jacobs,Katie Lauren, Seck,Madjiguene, Lovei,Magda

  • Document Date

    2017/01/01

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    117318

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Mozambique,

  • Region

    Africa East,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/04/15

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Mozambique’s Integrated Landscape Management Portfolio

  • Keywords

    Natural Resources; Convention on International Trade; sustainable natural resource management; Reducing Emissions from Deforestation; data collection and analysis; national parks and reserves; slash and burn agriculture; resilience to climate change; sustainable management of forest; protected area; value chain; matching grant; forest carbon stock; renewable natural resource; farmer; Blue Economy; land tenure security; Gender-Based Violence; forestry and tourism; land use planning; land management plans; private sector expansion; local decision making; conservation area management; public health response; social and environmental; lack of infrastructure; waste disposal system; innovative financing mechanism; sustainable land management; sustainable land use; rural economic growth; tourist entrance fees; gender based violence; management of habitat; access to capital; provincial government agency; affordable financial service; increasing market access; access to investment; primary school teacher; rural community management; long term planning; law enforcement action; primary school student; african forest; land cover; private investment; conservation agriculture; civil society; rural area; rural livelihood; carbon emission; living condition; land degradation; national economy; agricultural productivity; Fisheries; marine resource; agricultural sector; efficient stove; emission level; development partner; Irrigated Agriculture; fishery management; fish market; forest loss; forest degradation; employment opportunity; employment opportunities; spatial planning; coastal resource; Advisory services; degraded lands; land right; honey production; management capacity; saving program; remote community; wildlife poaching; economic market; forest operator; plastic waste; Marine Litter; subsistence agriculture; alternative livelihood; fresh fish; agricultural method; public-private partnership; risk sharing; infrastructure facility; agricultural knowledge; remote area; rural enterprise; timber production; Fish Farming; agroforestry system; agricultural value; agricultural finance; native forest; produce food; limited information; community forestry; land conservation; charcoal industry; agricultural resource; support payment; charcoal production; finance resource; tourism revenue; charcoal demand; vegetable market; farmers uses; agricultural potential; ecological service; educational program; unique biodiversity; Scholarships Program; wood product; food supply; forest policies; climate mitigation; cleaning equipment; spatial information; benefit sharing; cash crop; degraded areas; agricultural technique; district authority; forest concession; emergency kit; regulatory constraint; agricultural expansion; agricultural market; commercial forestry; native woodlands; fuel demand; new job; business expansion; environmental cost; forest sector; plantation sector; national measures; based financing; own revenues; Land Registration; agriculture sector; market knowledge; operational portfolio; internal procedure; knowledge exchange; community building; institutional management; process plant; legal constraint; international donor; south-south cooperation; market linkage; development training; smallholder farmer; effective strategy; ensuring transparency; tourism sector; production process; large enterprise; communication strategy; Equal Opportunity; community group; gas emission; rural land; verification program; in work; community governance; resource system; conservation partnership; new communities; potential threat; local training; local population; rural work; donor support; donor resource; environmental degradation; donor collaboration; financing source; common cause; government source; stakeholder engagement; life saving; bush meat; Help community; national authority; rural region; local livelihoods; institutional change; communications campaign; wildlife population; tourism enterprise; medical cost; local jobs; tourism on nature

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Rodrigues de Aquino, André Jerneck,Amanda Teresia Jacobs,Katie Lauren Seck,Madjiguene Lovei,Magda

Mozambique's Integrated Landscape Management Portfolio : Mozambique’s Integrated Landscape Management Portfolio (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/921041499661351446/Mozambique-s-Integrated-Landscape-Management-Portfolio