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File Newsletter Issue 7 June 2013 - English.pdf by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jul 26, 2018 10:48 PM
File Wildlife Crime: A Guide to the Use of Forensic & Specialist Techniques in the Investigation of Wildlife Crime by Ryan Thompson — last modified Apr 07, 2017 03:38 PM
This handbook is aimed at enforcement officers involved in wildlife crime investigation. It is written from the perspective of law enforcement in the UK, but many of the described techniques will be applicable to wildlife crime investigation at an international level.
File Training Guide: Gender and Climate Change Research in Agriculture and Food Security For Rural Development by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jan 20, 2014 02:47 AM
Concurrently, it is internationally recognized that addressing gender issues in agriculture reduces hunger and poverty. In fact, it is estimated that more than 100 million people could be lifted out of poverty if women had the same access to and control of resources as men (FAO, 2011a). Although they are important food producers and providers, women presently have limited access to and control of resources. However, to date, these ideas – that climate change and gender issues are integral parts of agricultural development – have not been implemented in an effective way. This guide seeks to fill that gap by supporting work to investigate the gender dimensions of responding to climate change in the agriculture and food security sectors. The final goals are to improve food production, livelihood security and gender equality in the context of the changing climate.
File Gender Analysis for the Central Africa Regional Program for the Environment (CARPE) Phase III by Portal Web Editor — last modified Sep 17, 2013 10:21 PM
The Central Africa Regional Program for the Environment (CARPE) is one of USAID’s largest and most prominent biodiversity conservation programs. As CARPE will enter its third phase in FY2014 a number of analyses were commissioned to inform the redesign, including a policy analysis and an institutional analysis. To date, a full gender analysis had not been carried out for CARPE although an excellent desk study with key informant interviews (Diamond 2002) provided guidance over the last decade. While gender analysis is required in project design, in this case there was also a need felt by both USAID/CARPE staff and existing partners to fully explore the issue: to document what CARPE has been doing; to consider gender dimensions of Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation Plus (REDD+) as CARPE III will start significant programming in this area; and most importantly to see how CARPE can contribute to Agency goals of gender equality and women’s empowerment in the challenging context of central Africa.
File Vulnerability to Climate Change in Mexican Arid Regions: The case of Sinaloa by Viviana Barquero — last modified Jan 10, 2013 08:44 AM
A brief analysis of Mexico's vulnerability by the assessment of Sinaloa's livelihood system.
File Occupational Stress Among Law Enforcement Rangers: Insights from Uganda by Ryan Thompson — last modified Apr 07, 2017 03:38 PM
A 2015 exploratory study of Ugandan law enforcement rangers’ perceptions of occupational stress in a protected area.
File Assessment of Water Resources Management & Freshwater Biodiversity in Nepal by Portal Web Editor — last modified Mar 05, 2015 03:01 PM
Purpose: To conduct country-level water resources management (WRM) and freshwater biodiversity (FWB) analyses for Nepal in order to inform the design of a new five-year USAID/Nepal Natural Resources Management (NRM) project (2015-2019).
File Presentation - Status of REDD Readiness in Africa by LiLing Choo — last modified Jan 10, 2013 07:40 AM
Hazard Smartfolder by Rose Hessmiller — last modified Jan 10, 2013 07:42 AM
File C1_M1_W1: Syllabus by Lezlie Moriniere — last modified Jan 10, 2013 07:42 AM
File Madagascar USFS IP Trip Report: Management Contract for the Mandaratsy Plantation; Aug 07 by Portal Web Editor — last modified Aug 18, 2013 06:32 PM
US Forest Service Technical Assistance: Management Contract for the Mandaratsy Plantation, Madagascar
File Central Africa USFS Trip Report: Government Coordination and Capacity Building in Preparation for Marine Disasters, Cameroon and Equitorial Guinea; Jun 06 by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jan 10, 2013 09:58 AM
USFS Mission Report: Government Coordination and Capacity Building in Preparation for Marine Disasters, Cameroon and Equitorial Guinea
File Guinea USFS IP Trip Report: Assessment of Protected Areas and Classified Forest Management; Feb 06 by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jan 10, 2013 09:58 AM
US Forest Service Technical Assistance: Assessment of Protected Areas and Classified Forest Management in Guinea
File USFS IP Trip Report: Virunga-Bwindi National Park Watershed Assessment; Uganda; Mar 08 by Portal Web Editor — last modified Aug 18, 2013 06:33 PM
USFS technical experts provided guidance on structuring an analysis of the hydrology of the region, with a particular focus on the improvement of the water supply for local communities. The specific goals of this mission were as follows: 1. Evaluate the overall state of water resources in Mgahinga and Bwindi National Parks; 2. Identify appropriate methods for surveying water sources of sufficient quantity and quality for local communities, wildlife, and forest ecosystems. Perform on-the-ground surveying of water sources with IGCP staff in as many areas as possible, given time restraints; 3. Assess, to the greatest extent possible, the demand on water resources by local communities and forest ecosystems; 4. Provide recommendations on sustainable management of the source areas in order to assure long term water availability; 5. Present a half-day workshop for local natural resource managers on water resource issues and recommendations for the region.
File USAID Biodiversity and Development Handbook - Chapter 4.11: Science, Technology, and Innovation by Portal Web Editor — last modified Nov 01, 2017 07:16 PM
Chapter 4.11 of USAID's Biodiversity and Development Handbook is focused on the sectors of science, technology, and innovation. Science, technology, and innovation have had a profound impact on biodiversity conservation over the past 20 years. Chapter Four contains sections that are a primer on integration of biodiversity into key development sectors.
File USAID Biodiversity and Development Handbook - Chapter 4.6: Water Resources by Portal Web Editor — last modified Nov 01, 2017 07:24 PM
Chapter 4.6 of USAID's Biodiversity and Development Handbook is focused on the intersection of biodiversity conservation and water resources. Chapter Four contains sections that are a primer on integration of biodiversity into key development sectors.
File Integrating Biodiversity and Climate Change Adaptation in Activity Design by Gateway Web Editor — last modified Jan 30, 2018 09:54 AM
This brief provides recommendations that can be implemented at various stages of the USAID program cycle to achieve appropriate and effective integration. It should also be useful to other funding and implementing organizations. We focus primarily at the activity level, but scoping recommendations and approaches also apply to the project design (PAD) level. This brief is accompanied by four case studies of USAID activities with i) Biodiversity Conservation and Climate Change Adaptation in Activity Design funding, ii) Biodiversity Conservation funding only and iii) Climate Change Adaptation in Activity Design funding only. Approaches and best practices learned from those activities (in the Nepal, Southern Africa Regional, Ecuador, and Asia Regional missions) have informed this brief.
File Advancing Gender in the Environment: Gender in Fisheries—A Sea of Opportunities by Gateway Web Editor — last modified May 01, 2019 12:57 PM
Produced by USAID’s Office of Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment (GenDev), USAID’s Office of Forestry and Biodiversity (FAB), and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the guide provides an overview of the unique roles and contributions women make in the wild-caught fisheries sector. The guide also explains how persistent gender inequalities limit women’s economic empowerment, and increased risks of gender-based violence negatively impact the potential of women to thrive and contribute towards strong economies. Gender in Fisheries – A Sea of Opportunities summarizes research on the intersection of gender and wild-caught fisheries, exploring the ways in which fisheries offer important entry points to enhance gender equality and women’s economic empowerment while also contributing to more effective interventions and more sustainable outcomes. This guide will be an important resource, particularly for USAID missions and implementing partners working in sustainable fisheries management. Development practitioners can use the guide to access the latest evidence on gender empowerment and sustainable fisheries management; find tools and resources to conduct gender analyses; design strategic interventions to strengthen program design and implementation through the development of comprehensive gender action plans; and learn more about how to develop results chains to help programs define goals and refine assumptions.
File USDA Quantifying Greenhouse Gas Fluxes in Agriculture and Forestry: Methods for Entity-Scale Inventory by Webeditor — last modified Aug 01, 2014 02:14 AM
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today released a report that, for the first time, provides uniform scientific methods for quantifying the changes in greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and carbon storage from various land management and conservation activities. The report, titled Quantifying Greenhouse Gas Fluxes in Agriculture and Forestry: Methods for Entity-Scale Inventory, will help USDA evaluate current and future greenhouse gas conservation programs, as well as develop new tools and update existing ones to help farmers, ranchers and forest landowners participate in emerging carbon markets.
File One Health: The Human– Animal–Environment Interfaces in Emerging Infectious Diseases by Momanyi Kelvin Nyariaro — last modified Jun 27, 2014 12:53 PM
Food Safety and Security, and International and National Plans for Implementation of One Health Activities
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