2020 IFPRI/PIM Grants: 1. Flagship 5 projects; 2. Emerging Challenges and Agricultural Investment Options for Improved Income, Food Security and Environment; 3. and Gender Dynamics in Value Chains: From Oil Palm Mamas to Market Queens: Measuring the Gender Footprint of Informal and Formal Market Value Chains in Eastern Region, Ghana

Project leader Anne Larson
Email a.larson@cgiar.org
Location Madagascar, Peru, Guatemala
Project status ON-GOING
Project start 2020-01-01
Project end 2020-12-31

This project contributes to the governance of forest resources by supporting collective land tenure, land tenure security and landscape governance institutions. The project specifically contributes to PIM Flagship 5 on Governance of Natural Resources. The expected FP5 2022 outcomes are: (1) evidence that informs natural resource governance and tenure policy processes and implementation; (2) improved tenure security; and (3) improved landscape governance. All activities are country specific, except for the critical research component, which is global. Two of the country-specific activities (testing methods and gender), however, have methods and tools as products that are intended for global use.

The objectives, approaches and partnerships vary by activity. Activities under this project are:

  1. Emerging Challenges and Agricultural Investment Options for Improved Income, Food Security and Environment
  2. Flagship 5 Management (IFPRI-EPTD, CIFOR- Natural Resource Governance in the Maya Biosphere Reserve in Petén, Guatemala: Options for Integrated Tenure Solutions Across the Multiple Use, Buffer and Core Zone
  3. Building Knowledge on Customary Tenure for Policy Reform in Madagascar
  4. Testing Methods to Build an Enabling Environment for Community Forestry
  5. Advancing Critical Research in Tenure and Resource Governance
  6. Designing and Implementing Gender-responsive Adaptive Learning Processes to Support More Equitable and Meaningful Participation of Marginalized Groups in Multistakeholder Forums (MSFs)
  7. Indigenous Community Representation in Territorial Governance: A Comparative Analysis of Two Case Studies in the Peruvian Amazon.


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