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Zambia - Integrated Forest Landscape Project (English)

The objective of Integrated Forest Landscape Project for Zambia is to improve landscape management and increase environmental and economic benefits for targeted rural communities in the Eastern Province and to improve the Recipient’s capacity to respond promptly and effectively to an Eligible Crisis or Emergency. The project has 4 components. (1) Enabling environment component will create conditions that will allow the livelihood investments of Livelihood and low carbon investments component to be successfully implemented and that will prepare the country for emission reductions purchases. (2) Livelihood and low carbon investments component will finance on the ground activities that improve rural livelihoods, conserve ecosystems and reduce GHG emissions. (3) Project management component will finance activities related to national‐ and provincial level project coordination and management, including annual work planning and budgeting; fiduciary aspects (financial management and procurement); human resource management; safeguards compliance monitoring; M&E and impact assessment studies; and communication strategy and citizen engagement. (4) Contingent emergency response components is a zero budget component which is included to facilitate the use of IDA funds in the event of a disaster and to be able to respond quickly to a potential Government request to reallocate some funding from existing World Bank projects to provide emergency relief.

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Zambia - Integrated Forest Landscape Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/951451492698919112/Zambia-Integrated-Forest-Landscape-Project