DCI - Environment and sustainable management of natural resources including energy

DCI - Environment and sustainable management of natural resources including energy

Mozambique is the only country in Africa considered to be at high risk from both floods, ciclones and drought. The objective of the programme was to support the Government of Mozambique to mainstream climate change into policies and strategies and to adapt to climate change impact. The programme was based on an effective alliance among EU Global Climate Change Alliance inititative and EU Member States (DK & IE). Budget: €47 million (GCCA: €15.2m incl. €5m FSF from Ireland, DANIDA: €31.5m, Govt of Mozambique: €0.3m)  
The overall objective of this project is to improve e-waste management in Ghana for Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP). Through an integrated multi-stakeholder approach, the project will promote sustainable growth, alleviate poverty, increase human well-being and prevent environmental pollution.
The EU contributes to the process of designing land laws and carrying out policy reform. The EU also supports land administrations and sponsors CSOs in their advocacy work to promote equal land rights.
The overall objective of EU support to land governance is to contribute to improve food security, reduce poverty and enable inclusive agricultural growth of partner countries thus contributing to realize Sustainable Development Goals 1 (End poverty in all forms everywhere) and 2 (End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture).
The EcoACT project seeks to increase access to renewable energy sources at a local level in Tanzania, to boost villagers' resilience to climate change.
The main objective of the project was to contribute to the national goal of poverty reduction through up-scaling the production and consumption of charcoal. The project, innovated cost effective alternatives to replace charring kilns which were too expensive and cumbersome for producers.
The general objective of the project was to contribute to the national goal of poverty reduction through upscaling the production and consumption of charcoal. The project looked for innovative and cost effective alternatives to replace charring kilns which were too expensive to run and cumbersome for producers.
As part of its efforts to integrate environment and climate change in development cooperation, the EU carried out a successful SEA of the Agriculture Sector in Rwanda.
Through this project, northern Upland farming communities are supported to design and implement land use plans that incorporate innovative agro-ecology practices and are embedded in value chains.
The general objective of this project is to support eco-friendly and climate-resilient agriculture intensification through participatory development and extension of conservation agriculture farming systems in Lao PDR.

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