This project complements the project 'Support to and Capitalization on the EU Land Governance Programme in Africa' and is aimed at facilitating the integration of eigtht new in-country projects (Brazil, Cameroon, Columbia, Ghana, Guinea Bissau, Pakistan, Sudan and Uganda) into the existing mechanisms for transversal support under Phase I and enhances support by building on lessons learnt and a
The objective of the action is to ''improve and formalise land tenancy, while restoring and protecting rural livelihoods, especially for women and vulnerable groups (dependent on traditional landholding and farming systems and affected by droughts, floods, insecurity and malnutrition) by adhering and promoting the principles of VGGT in Dadu, Jamshoro, Larkarna, Matiari, Mirpur Khas, Sujawal, Ta
The purpose of the programme was to expand and improve the well-being of 123,000 poor households, especially those headed by women in the area of Azad Jammu and Kashmir where the lack of agricultural and of employment opportunities have forced much of the male population to migrate.
The programme aims to increase agricultural incomes therefore reduce poverty and malnutrition for at least 100,000 households in rural areas of Gligitn Baltistan region. It will focus on improving agricultural production by introducing high-value cash crops, linking farmers to markets and developing and improving infrastructure including for irrigation schemes and rural roads.
This project aims to enhance capacity for dealing with the risk for floods and other natural hazards in Pakistan by producing test data for a small pilot area. The project consists of three components: