This final report describes CEADIR’s activities, approaches, and results of its technical, analytical, and financial mobilization assistance in 32 countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and the Caribbean.
This is a summary of the 2020 Amazon Vision Report. It describes the regional context, the current status, and illustrative achievements of USAID’s biodiversity and sustainable landscape initiatives in the Amazon basin through the lens of this Vision.
The purpose of this report is to describe the regional context, the current status and achievements of USAID’s biodiversity and sustainable landscape initiatives in the Amazon basin through the lens of the Amazon Vision.
The Reporting Geospatial Data for Sustainable Landscapes Activities Supplemental Guidance for Standard Indicator EG.13-8, offers additional guidance for partners designing, implementing, or reporting on Sustainable Landscapes activities, or any activity with a land-based emission reduction result.
USAID’s LESTARI project, implemented from 2015–2020, advanced the Government of Indonesia’s self-reliance to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from land use and to conserve biodiversity in carbon-rich and biologically significant forest and mangrove ecosystems.
Cameroon is ‘Africa in miniature’ as it is home to 90% of Africa’s ecological systems. A large part of Cameroon is under the Congo basin, which holds over 15% of the world’s remaining tropical forests.
Over the course of this 5-year project (July 2015 – July 2020), LESTARI has identified and empowered a host of Champions – individuals that demonstrate leadership, passion, and commitment towards forest conservation and sustainable development for local communities in their region.