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Mainstreaming drylands issues into national development frameworks

United Nations Development Programme. Drylands Development Centre

Mainstreaming drylands issues into national development frameworks

generic guidelines and lessons learnt

by United Nations Development Programme. Drylands Development Centre

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Published by United Nations Development Programme, Drylands Development Centre in Nairobi .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsQC993.7 .M34 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination208 p. :
Number of Pages208
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Open LibraryOL24424896M
LC Control Number2010305000

Development, Mainstreaming CC into National Development Strategies is a necessity •There exist the required tools within UNFCCC (NCs, NAPAs and NAMAs) to mainstream CC into National Development Planning •Mainstreaming CC can spur synergistic actions that can achieve both Mitigation and Adaptation benefits, such as through Ecosystems management. Indicators measure the achievements you have set for the Development Partnership. They can be quantitative (total numbers,percentages,etc) and qualitative (based on people’s judgments and perceptions). You may be able to find the quantitative data you need in official statistics and administrative Size: KB.

Friedman et al. () find that the ‘architecture for the mainstreaming of biodiversity’ has developed considerably over the last two decades across international, national and regional frameworks. This has developed because of strengthened communication and discovered common ground between the fisheries and biodiversity conservation Author: Penelope R. Whitehorn, Laetitia M. Navarro, Matthias Schröter, Miguel Fernandez, Miguel Fernandez, X. development agenda and contributing to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the post development framework, as well as the Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) objectives. This Guide aims at “demystifying” gender mainstreaming and providing practical guidance on how to systematically.

others in their efforts to develop gender mainstreaming methods and to put them into action. The first part of the report contains the conceptual framework on gender mainstreaming. It places the strategy of mainstreaming in the context of achievements in terms of gender equality. policy frameworks developed in United Nations conferences and summits into programmes at the country level and, through technical assistance, helps build national File Size: 1MB.


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Mainstreaming drylands issues into national development frameworks by United Nations Development Programme. Drylands Development Centre Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mainstreaming Drylands Issues into National Development Frameworks Dec 2, This publication is divided into two parts.

Part I provides generic steps for mainstreaming environmental and socio-economic issues of drylands into national development frameworks.

Generic Guidelines for Mainstreaming Drylands Issues into National Development Frameworks 9 Acknowledgements This document provides broad generic steps for mainstreaming environment and drylands issues into national development frameworks, as well lessons drawn from various countries on environment and drylands mainstreaming.

14 mainstreaming drought risk management - a primer Considering that communities have little control over exposure to hazards other than relocating, the focus of development actors should be directed on finding ways to reduce the degree of vulnerability and increase the level of resilience.

environment with a particular focus on drylands issues into national development frameworks as a basis for developing generic guidelines to support country initiatives.

Twenty one countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America were selected to document and analyze case studies on lessons learnt, best practices and their experiences on mainstreaming.

to mainstream drylands issues into national and international development frameworks as mandated by the United nations convention to combat Desertification (UnccD). hitting MDg targets in the world’s drylands means recognizing and harnessing their full potential for development.

t also involves restoring the initiative to dryland peoples i. Generic Guidelines for Drylands Mainstreaming viii Acknowledgements This document provides broad generic steps for mainstreaming environment and drylands issues into national development frameworks, as well lessons drawn from various countries on environment and drylands mainstreaming.

The main areas of focus are mainstreaming of drylands issues into national development frameworks; land governance; marking markets work for the poor; decen- tralized governance of natural resources; and drought risk management.

Mainstreaming Drylands Issues into National Development Frameworks Programmes on mainstreaming of drylands issues into national development frameworks were implemented in Algeria, Benin, Ethiopia, Ghana, Morocco, Mozambique, Tanzania, Tunisia, Sudan and Uganda.

Mainstreaming environment into national development planning requires the engagement of many stakeholders both from the state (environment, finance and planning bodies, sector and local agencies, the statistics office, and the parliament) and non-governmental actors (academia, civil society, the private sector, the media, and the general public).

Mainstreaming coastal environmental issues into national development planning. The UNEP Global Programme of Action for the Protection of the Marine Environment from Land Based Activities (UNEP/GPA), in partnership with SEI has prepared a framework for mainstreaming coastal and marine resource issues into national development frameworks.

The entry point for integration is often a national, local or sectoral development planning framework. This approach is used in countries that wish to mainstream climate resilience from a development planning systems approach.

It is in this approach that medium to long File Size: KB. UNDP () Generic Guidelines for Mainstreaming Drylands Issues into National Development Frameworks. First edition, United Nations Development Programme, Nairobi, October First edition, United Nations Development Programme, Nairobi, October xx xxi.

he Guidelines for Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in Subnational Development and Land Use/Physical Planning is the major output of the Technical Assistance (TA) on Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Management in Subnational Development and Physical Planning in the Size: 7MB.

The initial aim was to develop a guide to a range of approaches and tools/methods for environmental mainstreaming applied at different levels (e.g. national, district, community) and by a range of users (government, non-governmental and community-based organisations, businesses and File Size: KB.

Environmental Mainstreaming in Developing Countries focus on Drylands into National Development Frameworks, focus future data collection on key Integrated water resource management issues.

The second section outlines processes for mainstreaming migration into development planning and describes the institutional structures and policy frameworks that need to be put into place in order to effectively integrate migration into the development planning cycle.

As with poverty-environment mainstreaming, the task for decision makers in the poorest countries, led by the ministry of finance and planning, is to understand the relevance of climate change and adaptation for development and poverty reduction and to ensure a coherent response across.

reduction lies in ‘mainstreaming’ the reduction of risks into development. essentially, this is a process of incorporating the key principles of disaster risk reduction (drr) into development goals, governance arrangements, policies and practice.

on one hand, mainstreaming requires the analysis of how potential hazard events could affect the. IDDP combines three interlinked issues of importance to poverty alleviation in the drylands, namely: (i) Mainstreaming of drylands development issues into national policy and planning frameworks; (ii) Reducing vulnerability of poor populations to climatic shocks, especially drought; and (iii) Improving local governance of natural resources.

The rationale for mainstreaming green job issues into national employment policies Over the past decade, recognition has grown of the need to implement employment policies that take into account the effects on the labour market of both climate change and national policies and strategies for low-carbon development.1 In the lead-up to the Rio+.

The project is explicitly intended to initiate risk reduction mainstreaming into local development planning. The first phase of the project, from tofocuses on 27 priority provinces. It is intended that a further 17 provinces will be included in the second phase.Development Programme (UNDP) Drylands Development Center, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Poverty Programme, and the UNDP Poverty Environment Initiative.

B. Main Workshop Objectives The main objectives of the workshop were to: • Share experiences of mainstreaming environment into national development and.MAiNSTREAMiNG GENDER iNTO NATiONAL BiODiVERSiTy STRATEGiES AND ACTiON PLANS the background of their development, the international framework they fit in, how gender and biological diversity are mutually enhancing goals creating a win-win situation, gender issues relevant for conservation, the added value of gender mainstreaming into.