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This instruction manual is designed to function a advisor for champions and practitioners engaged within the painstaking job of mainstreaming poverty-environment linkages into nationwide improvement making plans. It attracts on a considerable physique of expertise on the kingdom point and the various classes discovered by way of the United international locations improvement Programme and the United international locations surroundings Programme in operating with governments - in particular ministries of making plans, finance and setting - to help efforts to combine the advanced interrelationships among poverty relief and better environmental administration into nationwide making plans and decision-making.
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2. 2 United Nations Initiatives and Their Potential Contribution to PovertyEnvironment Mainstreaming UNDP MDG Support Initiative. The initiative is designed to quickly mobilize technical support from across UNDP and the United Nations system to help developing country governments achieve the MDGs. It provides countries with a menu of services that can be adapted to the development context and demands of each country, both nationally and locally, in three focal areas: MDG-based diagnostics, needs assessments and planning; widening access to policy options, including costing; and strengthening national capacity to deliver.
A poverty-environment mainstreaming effort also benefits from the technical expertise of donors, international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and research institutes active in the fields of the environment, development and poverty reduction. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. fight against corruption, tax evasion) Chapter 3. 2 Challenges and Opportunities in Working with Non-Governmental Actors Actor Challenges Civil society •• Capacities may be weak, organizations especially with respect to engagement in national development planning Chapter 3.
Tourism. Documenting the potential incomes or savings generated by ecotourism and protected areas can help make the case for poverty-environment mainstreaming. •• Waste management. Understanding how integrated waste management reduces the impacts of unsuitable waste disposal on human health and land and water resources can inform sector policymaking and budgeting. 1 Importance of Ecosystem Services for Human Well-Being and Pro-Poor Economic Growth: Examples from Selected Countries •• Kenya. The Aberdare mountain range of central Kenya provides a wide range of ecosystem goods and services essential to the livelihoods and well-being of millions.