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Burundi - Agricultural Rehabilitation and Sustainable Land Management Project (Inglês)

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2004/04/05

  • TIpo de documento

    Informação sobre o projeto do Mecanismo Global para o Meio Ambiente (GEF)

  • No. do relatório

    29837

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Burundi,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Nome do documento

    Burundi - Agricultural Rehabilitation and Sustainable Land Management Project

  • Palavras-chave

    sustainable land management;Annual Work Plan and Budget;Land and Natural Resources Management;research need;economic and financial analysis;quality of service delivery;Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome;loss of soil fertility;reintegration of displaced persons;public sector service delivery;world development indicator;access to rural finance;sustainable use of wetlands;Project Preparation and Appraisal;Internally Displaced Person;Natural Resource Management;sustainable farming practice;Financial Management System;sustainable land use;flow of fund;quantity of fertilizer;transfer of knowledge;national institutional framework;private commercial bank;natural resource use;Exchange Rates;victims of conflict;financial management arrangement;rural road component;agricultural support service;arable land area;source of income;dry land areas;source income;annual work plans;environmental screening category;safeguard screening category;international water resource;internal control system;return on investment;policy and institution;per capita gnp;weak market infrastructure;rural finance institution;fund flow arrangements;natural resource base;local nongovernmental organization;integrated rural development;access to information;water user association;agricultural productivity enhancement;impact of land;land management activities;access to financing;emergency relief operations;cash crop sector;Integrated Pest Management;national environmental management;lack of credit;pest management plan;integrated financial management;unsustainable agricultural practice;managing natural resources;adverse social impact;global environmental concern;international commodity price;rural development policy;natural habitat loss;Human Immunodeficiency Virus;private sector employment;public works program;land degradation;Rural Sector;agricultural production;Safeguard Policies;safeguard policy;institutional strengthening;Civil War;small irrigation;rural area;social issue;productive investment;agricultural input;selection criterion;environmental analysis;extension service;project intervention;pilot program;subproject preparation;watershed management;partnership arrangement;social stability;agricultural service;technical committee;Public Services;agricultural infrastructure;buffer zone;long-term benefits;sustainable agriculture;agricultural sector;export earning;community participation;local producer;soil degradation;long-term investment;civil crisis;procurement arrangement;export earnings;soil erosion;research capacity;disbursement arrangement;rural population;counterpart fund;Land tenure;productive capacity;environmental activity;input supply;international agency;assessment approach;steep slope;extension activity;Conflict Resolution;site visits;credit condition;primary focus;financial benefit;plant material;local livelihoods;poor community;transparent management;environmental vulnerability;environmental change;environmental risk;artisanal production;environmental sensitivity;pesticide poisoning;water pollution;indigenous people;subproject implementation;surface area;credit union;environmental sustainability;management responsibility;small dam;incremental cost;land conflicts;local traditions;rural community;communal development;traditional rights;public perception;environmental monitoring;safe handling;palm oil;Financial Sector;expected return;appraisal mission;cultural property;involuntary resettlement;Indigenous Peoples;evaluation process;rural income;financial impact;financial rate;limited capacity;sustainable approach;discount rate;national assembly;conservation measure;pasture grass;program objectives;sociocultural context;monitoring information;marginal group;awareness building;community activity;accounting procedure;project effectiveness;disbursement procedure;finance service;fund accounting;counterpart funding;participatory approach;mitigation measure;subproject approval;investment community;banking arrangements;baseline study;watershed level

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