This funding will support ongoing and new DGM projects in Burkina Faso, Brazil, Ghana, DRC, Peru, Mozambique, Cote d'Ivoire, Guatemala, and Nepal. According to bank documents, the "objective of the Global Learning and Knowledge Exchange Project is to organize and facilitate knowledge exchange, learning and capacity building for IPLCs at regional and global levels, and to strengthen the networks and alliances of IPLC organizations within and across regions with a view to enhancing their representation and voice in regional and global policy fora." It seeks to facilitate exchanges on REDD+ and climate projects.
According to the bank, the Environmental Risk Rating and Social Risk Rating are Low.
Contact : Meerim Shakirova Title : Operations Officer
Telephone No : 5220+36027 / Email :
Borrower : Conservation International
Implementing Agencies: Conservation International
Contact : Luis Barquin, Program Director
Telephone No : 15712392522 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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