• Integrated Management of Cameroon’s Forest Landscapes in the Congo Basin

    The child project of the Congo Basin Sustainable Landscapes Impact Program (CBSL IP) aims to strengthen the integrated management of Cameroon’s globally important forest landscapes in the Congo Basin to secure its biological integrity and increase economic opportunities and livelihoods for forest dependent people.

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  • Integrated Landscape Management to Secure Nepal’s Protected Areas and Critical Corridors

    The five year project seeks to promote integrated landscape management to conserve globally significant forests and wildlife in the Terai Arc Landscape.

    One adult male Asian elephant with large tusks walks along grassy ground with water and tall grasses in the background
  • Recharge Pakistan

    This GCF-led coalition grant supports integrated flood risk management and ecosystem-based adaptation by bringing nature-based solutions to Pakistan's Indus River Basin. The interventions aim to reverse potential flood damage over several years, starting from the Himalayan glaciers down to the Indian Ocean. Comprised of multi-tiered projects and estimated to impact 7 million people and their livelihoods, the grant is fully aligned with the Government of Pakistan’s national climate change goals.

  • Cuando River Basin Report Card

    The Cuando River Basin report card aims to strengthen transboundary water governance and inclusive decision-making mechanisms across the four countries that the basin traverses.

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  • Establishing the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures

    This projects aims to develop and disseminate a global framework for corporates and financial institutions to assess, manage and report on their dependencies and impacts on nature.

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