|Central Asian Countries Initiative for Land Management Multi-Country Capacity Building Project (Turkmenistan)|
|Summary:||The Central Asian Countries Initiative for Land Management (CACILM) is a partnership between Central Asian countries and the international donor community, focused on combating land degradation and improving living standards in the Kyrgyz Republic, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.
The project objective is to increase capacity at the national and cross-country levels to develop and implement an integrated approach and strategies to combat land degradation within the operational National Programming Framework.
|Expected Outcome:||In Turkmenistan, by the end of 2009, a comprehensive approach to environmentally sustainable principles and practices is integrated into policies at all levels and into community development, and is linked to improved social well-being.
Farmers and farm staff in remote and environmentally degraded national priority areas are able to practice sustainable land use and integrated watershed management.
|Expected Outputs:||In targeted areas, there is improved local capacity to practice sustainable land use and water management.|
|Funding Type:||Technical Assistance|
|Funding Amount:||United Nations Development Programme: $37,000|
Shared: $280,000 (Global Environment Facility (GEF) and German Agency for Technical Cooperation)
|Links/Documents:||UNDP Project Document|