Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Aug 3, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Jul 23, 2020
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According to bank documents the project objective is to improve management of target conservation area landscapes and enhance the living conditions of communities in and around these conservation areas.
The project has three components:
Improving Conservation Areas Management in Target Landscapes (Original amount: US$17 million equivalent from IDA, Additional Financing US$2,575,000 million equivalent from GEF and US$1,800,000 million from the ILM MDTF). This component aims to improve biodiversity conservation management of target CAs, particularly the governance of CAs (including its relationship with surrounding stakeholders), human resources management, infrastructure establishment and maintenance, human-wildlife coexistence, research, resources control and patrolling, and promoting of environmental awareness and strengthening of community-based organizations (CBOs) among local communities. These activities contribute to two of the pillars of the Mozbio Program i) biodiversity conservation management and ii) community development.
Sr Natural Resources Mgmt. Spec.
Ministry of Economy and Finance
Fundo Nacional de Desenvolvimento Sustentavel (National Sustainable Development Fund)
Chief Executive Officer
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