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Mamadou Diakhite - Towards an African Policy Framework for Integrated Landscape Management
Mamadou Diakhite - Towards an African Policy Framework for Integrated Landscape Management
Mamadou Diakhite - Towards an African Policy Framework for Integrated Landscape Management
Mamadou Diakhite - Towards an African Policy Framework for Integrated Landscape Management
Mamadou Diakhite - Towards an African Policy Framework for Integrated Landscape Management
Mamadou Diakhite - Towards an African Policy Framework for Integrated Landscape Management
Mamadou Diakhite - Towards an African Policy Framework for Integrated Landscape Management
Mamadou Diakhite - Towards an African Policy Framework for Integrated Landscape Management
Mamadou Diakhite - Towards an African Policy Framework for Integrated Landscape Management
Mamadou Diakhite - Towards an African Policy Framework for Integrated Landscape Management
Mamadou Diakhite - Towards an African Policy Framework for Integrated Landscape Management
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Mamadou Diakhite - Towards an African Policy Framework for Integrated Landscape Management

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Mamadou Diakhite of NEPAD/TerrAfrica discusses what is needed in African policy to scale up and strengthen integrated landscape management. From the opening session of the Landscapes for People, Food …

Mamadou Diakhite of NEPAD/TerrAfrica discusses what is needed in African policy to scale up and strengthen integrated landscape management. From the opening session of the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature in Africa Conference. (Photos in this presentation are courtesy of Neil Palmer, CIAT.)

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    • 1. Towards an African Policy Framework for Integrated Landscape Management Mamadou Diakhite, NEPAD
    • 2. The Challenges Land degradation, desertification, food insecurity, agricultural development, loss of biodiversity and impact of climate change Drivers: demographic, economic and social factors, conflicts and governance issues
    • 3. Response: Environment Action Plan Cross-cutting issues: health and environment, technology transfer, risk and early warning (DRR) Trans-boundary conservation & management of natural resources Conservation & sustainable use of marine, coastal, wetlands & freshwater sources Preventative control of invasive alien species Photos: Neil Palmer, CIAT
    • 4. Response: Agriculture and Food Security The Comprehensive African Agriculture Development Programme:  Transforming Africa’s agriculture for wealth creation, sustained food security and nutrition, and socio-economic growth, with a New Framework  National Agriculture Investment Plan (NAIP)=Review of Agric. Sector, Modelling of Required Investments aiming at 6% annual growth • TerrAfrica:  Enabling environment for mainstreaming and financing effective country-driven SLM strategies  Country SLM Investment Frameworks (CSIF) to translate their specific SLM priorities into operational activities.
    • 5. Response: Rural Development Policy (Under Preparation) The Rural Futures Programme The Agriculture and Climate Change Adaptation- Mitigation Support Programme The Gender, Climate Change and Agriculture Support Programme Photo: Neil Palmer, CIAT
    • 6. Sustainable Land Management, Desertification, Biodiversity & Adaptation to Climate Change (LDBA) An integrated AMCEN/AU/NEPAD Flagship Programme Photo: Neil Palmer, CIAT
    • 7. Goals of LDBA • Build an effective knowledge base & network • Support the development of adaptive capacity for climate change • Provide support to existing platforms for policy dialogue • Promote innovative actions & strategic projects/interventions • Establish and document linkages with environment and ecosystems to economic growth and poverty reduction
    • 8. LDBA Will Contribute to: Millennium Development Goals
    • 9. LDBA Expected Outcomes & Impacts • Increased awareness, interest and knowledge of stakeholders • An integrated approach • Wider use of more effective and sustainable management of ecosystems • Better coherence and a more streamlined climate change adaptation activities • More resources available for land, climate and biodiversity related activities • More robust M&E Photo: Neil Palmer, CIAT
    • 10. LDBA Results Based Approach e el A contri ution to econo ic growth and inclusi e de elo ent ealth creationact n iron ent sustaina le use e el n iron ent for de elo ent and use change lanning ntegrated A roach e el trengthening ste ic ca acit to lanning and deli ering results ntegrated rogra es AAAA cono ic ortunities ood securit and nutrition n iron ent resilience and ustaina ilit iodi ersit Access and e uita le enefit sharing cos ste ser ices, esilience to en iron en tal cli ate change i acts nclusi e olic rocesses and design uild ca acit of local co unitie s ulti- sectorialis sta eholder nhance ca acit , data and ro ering finance ri ate sector in est ent Accounta ili t and udicial s ste s
    • 11. LDBA Implementation Strategy • A complex and cross-cutting programme, including: – A logical framework indicating the objectives, impact, outcomes, outputs, performance indicators and activities – as well as M&E – Strategy of risk assessment and mitigation measures • Strong resource mobilization to ensure sustainability • A Multi Donor Trust Fund for the LDBA (and other Flagship Programmes), with resources from country, continental & sub- regional contributions as well as from partners • Actions responding to MEAs – contributions from various relevant funding
    • 12. How can the LDBA support integrated landscape management in Africa ? THANK YOU. Photo: Neil Palmer, CIAT or iscussion in Nairo i…

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