2001 - 2001


Natural Resource Management & Poverty Reduction Project

Key Staff:

Kirsti Thornber

The project aimed to strengthen the institutional capacity of natural resource management agencies, to provide support to a coherent legal, policy and economic framework as well as to build the capacity of local communities to better sustain their livelihoods. The project consisted of three components: participatory watershed management; forest management; and protected areas management and biodiversity conservation. LTS provided specialist expertise in forest policy, law, institutional review, protected areas and management planning for the preparation and appraisal of the forest and biodiversity components of this project. The consultants provided by LTS had the overall responsibility for the preparation of two components, resulting in a full project appraisal document for the World Bank.

Clients: World Bank

NIRAS has been working in PFM for the last 15 years, supporting national decentralisation processes and applying pa…
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