Integrated land use Assessment (ILUA) II-phase
Development cooperation , 22.09.2015

Integrated land use Assessment (ILUA) II-phase

Description

Integrated Land Use Assessment (ILUA) II project is aimed at strenghtening capacity in planning and implementation of Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) and Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) through better information, capacity building, dissemination of information, and improved multisectoral dialogue. ILUA II implementation including mapping and bio-physical field survey started in 2011. In 2013 additional funding for 2 years with 2 meur was approved in order to finalise bio-physical survey and Forest Livelihoods and Economics Survey. The project implementation is planned to end in 2015, producing results for all provinces regarding forest resources, land use patterns, deforestation trends and socio-economic aspects affecting forest resources and land-use. This information will be used for sustainable amnagement of forest resources and improved land-use planning. The aim is also that Gov of Zambia will continue funding regular collection and analyses of same data and information. The Project has contributed to the institutional and operational structure of the administration enabling the inventory measures as well as identifying the improvements to be made. Scientific material including biophysical information, soil organic carbon data, forest classification review and socioeconomic information has produced. Data guidelines have been developed.

Funding decision  22.09.2015

700 000 €

Target country

Zambia

Objectives monitored by OECD's Development Assistance Committee

  • Aid to environment
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate change - mitigation

Field of activity

  • Forestry research 1%
  • Multisector aid 49%
  • Forestry policy and administrative management 50%

Type of aid

Project-type interventions

Funding channel

YK:n elintarvike- ja maatalousjärj

Contact

ali-30

Code for the object of funding

28813902

ID

UHA2015-020330

Modified

19.10.2015