Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Jan 25, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Jan 16, 2019
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The proposed project obhective is to increase adoption of resilience-enhancing landscape management practices in targeted watersheds and strengthen capacity for improved water resources management.
The proposed project will support Government of Malawi’s National Forest and Landscape Restoration Strategy (NFLRS). The overall objective of the NFLRS is to restore degraded landscapes for improved water and energy security, agricultural productivity and livelihoods. The project will contribute to achieving this objective by investing in restoration activities in selected priority watersheds, while at the same strengthening institutions and information for resilience and sustainability. Proposed project activities will be organized under five components:
Josses Mugabi, Meeta Sehgal, Nigel Ross Hughes
Senior Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist
Republic of Malawi
Minstry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development
Gray Nyandule Phiri
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