Projects
Generating economic and environmental benefits from sustainable land management for vulnerable rural communities of Georgia

Generating economic and environmental benefits from sustainable l

Stakeholder Engagement and Stakeholder Participation Programme

Stakeholder Engagement and Stakeholder Participation Programme

Project Title - Stakeholder Engagement and Stakeholder Participation Programme Location - G
Applying Landscape and Sustainable Land Management (L-SLM) for mitigating land degradation and contributing to poverty reduction in rural areas of Kvemo Kartli and Kakheti regions

Applying Landscape and Sustainable Land Management (L-SLM) for mi

At the stage of the PIF submission, the alignment of the previous UNCCD National Action Programme (NAP) to the 10 year strategic p
Georgia’s ITF – Paris Agreement

Georgia’s ITF – Paris Agreement

Project Title - Georgia's Integrated Transparency Framework for Implementation of the Paris Agreement
Development of Draft River Basin Management Plan for Khrami/ Debed River Basins in Georgia

Development of Draft River Basin Management Plan for Khrami/ Debe

Development of Draft River Basin Management Plan for Alazani / Iori River Basins in Georgia

Development of Draft River Basin Management Plan for Alazani / Io

Project Title - "Development of Draft River Basin Management Plan for Alazani / Iori River Basins in Georgia"
PCB-Free Electricity Distribution in Georgia

PCB-Free Electricity Distribution in Georgia

Project Title - PCB-Free Electricity Distribution in Georgia Location - Georgia
Assessment of Pasture Condition in Sagarejo Municipality, Georgia

Assessment of Pasture Condition in Sagarejo Municipality, Georgia

Project Title - Assessment of Pasture Condition in Sagarejo Municipality Location - Georgi
Develop a guideline and checklist to include Biodiversity into Environmental Impact Assessment for Hydro Power Plants

Develop a guideline and checklist to include Biodiversity into En

Project Title - "Develop a guideline and checklist to include Biodiversity into Environmental Impact Assessment