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Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua & Barbuda

 

Title of National sub-Project

Targeting Land Degradation and Effective Land Management through the Development of Innovative Financing Methodologies.

Location of National sub-Project

antigua map

Budget

antigua budget

Table of Sub-Project Outputs and GEF funding and co-finance

 

Outputs

Sources of funding

GEF funding (US$)

Co-financing/
counterpart(US$)

Total Cost (US$)

National Component 1.1 Innovative Solutions

1,057,185

1,080,00

2,137,185

National Component 1.2 Socio-Economic Benefits

54,859

64,000

118,859

National Component 2.1 Systems for monitoring

8,000

380,000

388,000

National Component 3.1 Policy and legislation

39,000

383,638

422,638

National Component 3.2 Capacity Building

65,000

621,000

686,000

National Component 4.1 Knowledge Management

46,500

132,000

178,500

Table of Regional Components, Project Outcomes, and Link to Sub-Project

Regional Component

Project Outcomes

C1. TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS & BENEFITS

C1.1 Measurable stress reduction at project sites through appropriate sustainable water, land and ecosystems management interventions that account for climate change.

C1.2 Enhanced livelihood opportunities and socio-economic co-benefits for targeted
communities from improved ecosystem services functioning.

C2. MONITORING SYSTEMS

C2.1 Strengthened national and regional systems for monitoring of environmental status with respect to key international agreements.

C3. POLICY & CAPACITY

C3.1 Strengthened policy and legislation for the effective management of water, land and ecosystems resources that account for climate change.

C3.2 Strengthened capacity of national and regional institutionsand others take holders for water, land, and ecosystems management that accounts for climate change.

C4. KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

C4.1. Improved engagement and information access for practitioners and other stakeholders through targeted knowledge sharing networks.

Table of GEF FA Objectives, Project Outcomes and Corresponding Sub-Project Outcomes

GEF Focal Area Outcome

Project Outcomes (above)

Sub-Project Outcomes

National Component 1: Develop and foster the implementation of targeted Innovative, climate-change resilient approaches to Sustainable Land Management (SLM) and enhanced management and maintenance of eco system services within the Cedar Grove / Five Isles Landscape in Antigua

IW 1.3,2.3; LD3.3, BD2.1

C1.1Solutions

Measurable stress reduction achieved in the Cedar Grove / Five Isles Landscape through appropriate sustainable water, land and ecosystems management interventions that account for climate change.

LD 3.2; BD2.1

C1.2 Benefits

Enhanced livelihood opportunities and socio-economic co-benefits for targeted communities from improved ecosystem services functioning.

National Component 2: Strengthening of Sustainable Land Management (SLM),Integrating Water Resources Management (IWRM) and Ecosystems Monitoring and Indicators

IW 2.1; BD2.1

C2.1 Monitoring

Adoption into national account sofI Wand LD,and BD-related indicators of process,stress reduction, and environmental and socioeconomic status to monitor improvements in the management of land and water resources and wastewater

National Component 3: Strengthening policy, legislative and institutional reforms and capacity building to support Sustainable Land Management (SLM), Integrating Water Resources Management (IWRM) and ecosystem services management taking into consideration climate change resilience building in Antigua and Barbuda.

IW 1.1,1.4, 2.1

C3.1 Policy

Strength end policy and legislation for the effective management of water, land and ecosystems resources that account for climate change.

LD 3.1,3.2; SFM1.1, 1.2

C3.2Capacity

Strengthened capacity of national and regional institutions and other stakeholders for water, land, and eco systems management that accounts for climate change.

National Component 4: Enhancing knowledge exchange, promotion of best-practices, replication and expandings takeholder involvement in the Cedar Grove / Five Isles Landscape area and at the national level.

SFM 1.3

C4.1.Knowledge

Improved engagement and information access for practitioners and other stake holders through targeted knowledge sharing networks.

Dashboard of Project Activity Progress

Dashboard of Project Activity Progress

National sub-Project Timeline

Please click here to download the National sub-Project Timeline.

Supported By

  • The GEF
  • un environment
  • UNDP
  • UN Environment
  • carpha
  • CARICOM
  • OECS
  • SGP UNDP