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Kenya - Coastal Development Project (Inglês)

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2010/02/08

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de informações do projeto

  • No. do relatório

    AB5443

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Quênia,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Kenya - Coastal Development Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Natural Resources;Annual Work Plan and Budget;Small and Medium Scale Enterprise;small and medium size enterprise;tourism and cultural heritage;Coral Reef;social action fund;lack of employment opportunities;solution to climate change;Micro and Small Enterprises;working plan and budget;legal and regulatory framework;regional land use;integrated coastal zone management;millennium development goal;impact of climate change;global climate change negotiations;Cost of Doing Business;degradation of natural resource;Adaptation to Climate Change;sustainable use of marine;lack of employment opportunity;coastal area;coastal communities;coastal districts;territorial water;public-private partnership;spatial planning;Marine Protected Areas;growth and development;public private partnership;coastal resource;marine resource;land capability;human resource development;fresh water fishery;social and environmental;package product;foreign fishing fleets;habitat for wildlife;decentralization of management;management of forest;fisheries resource base;conservation of fishery;provision of access;migratory fish species;country assistance strategy;Country Assistance Strategies;inequality of income;economic growth rate;Rule of Law;democratic political system;gdp growth rate;package of product;income generating activity;growth of tourism;commercially valuable species;marine national reserves;marine national park;access to forest;loss of biodiversity;deep sea fishery;degradation of forest;management of resources;access to technology;demand driven approach;source of pollution;adaptive management strategies;variation in climate;land tenure regimes;coral reef ecosystem;deep sea fisheries;private sector representative;financial management process;coastal development;conflict resolution mechanism;capacity of community;research & technology;land use planning;tons of carbon;community conservation areas;resource use pattern;integrated information system;competing land use;biodiversity conservation strategies;coral reef bleaching;sea surface temperature;merchant shipping act;management of ecosystems;flora and fauna;maritime zone;development of tourism;climate adaptation strategy;conservation of species;provision of service;vessel monitoring system;right of access;land use impacts;large marine ecosystem;natural resource base;transfer power;high unemployment rate;engine of growth;duplication of efforts;cost of surveillance;managing natural resources;standard of living;extension service;sound management;mangrove forest;coastal tourism;coastal fishery;marine fishery;Tourist Hotel;alternative livelihood;institutional framework;inadequate capacity;inshore areas;tourism product;coastal strip;biodiversity products;national economy;forest product;internal control;arid land;inland fishery;fishing pressure;marine park;stock assessment;biodiversity information;fishery resource;livelihood vulnerability;governance issue;marginalized communities;drought management;self-help group;artisanal fishermen;organic pollution;coastal livelihoods;biodiversity monitoring;biodiversity assessment;good governance;political risk;land site;aquaculture development;existing resources;affordable credit;illegal fishing;local resident;physical infrastructure;fishing activity;Forest Management;foreign vessel;market chain;water catchment;physical planning;marine reserve;legal framework;economic valuation;agricultural yield;wildlife area;regional fishery;european commission;intense precipitation;cottage industry;tourism infrastructure;income inequity;production cooperative;community awareness;organizational capacity;widespread poverty;funds flow;visitor information;Urban Planning;financing source;water resource;governance framework;strategic partner;sustainable livelihood;system design;transboundary resource;Programmatic Approach;geographic area;food price;coastal economies;coastal ecosystem;baseline survey;pilot farm;severe erosion;primary engine;sustainable aquaculture;legislative framework

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