IFAD ENRM policy presentation

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  • 1. IFAD Policy on Environment andNatural Resources ManagementAn Ever-Green Revolution: Resilient Livelihoods through theSustainable Use of Natural Resources
  • 2. A. The Threat: acceleratingenvironmental degradation is strippingthe natural asset base of the rural poor Ecosystems Biodiversity Water Land degradation Climate change
  • 3. The problem:complexity,
  • 4. B. ENRM Policy
  • 5. GoalEnable the rural poor toescape and remain outof poverty throughmore productive andresilient livelihoods andecosystemsPurposeTo integrate thesustainable managementof natural assets acrossthe activities of IFADand its partners
  • 6. 10 principles: IFAD will promote
  • 7. 10 principles: IFAD will promote1. Scaled up investment in sustainable agricultural intensification
  • 8. 10 principles: IFAD will promote1. Scaled up investment in sustainable agricultural intensification2. Recognition and greater awareness of the economic and social value ofnatural assets
  • 9. 10 principles: IFAD will promote1. Scaled up investment in sustainable agricultural intensification2. Recognition and greater awareness of the economic and social value ofnatural assets3. Climate-smart approaches to rural development
  • 10. 10 principles: IFAD will promote1. Scaled up investment in sustainable agricultural intensification2. Recognition and greater awareness of the economic and social value ofnatural assets3. Climate-smart approaches to rural development4. Greater attention to the risk and resilience from environment andnatural resource-related shocks
  • 11. 10 principles: IFAD will promote1. Scaled up investment in sustainable agricultural intensification2. Recognition and greater awareness of the economic and social value ofnatural assets3. Climate-smart approaches to rural development4. Greater attention to the risk and resilience from environment andnatural resource-related shocks5. Engagement in value chains in a way that drives green growth
  • 12. 10 principles: IFAD will promote1. Scaled up investment in sustainable agricultural intensification2. Recognition and greater awareness of the economic and social value ofnatural assets3. Climate-smart approaches to rural development4. Greater attention to the risk and resilience from environment andnatural resource-related shocks5. Engagement in value chains in a way that drives green growth6. Improved governance of natural assets through strengthened land tenureand community led empowerment for the rural poor
  • 13. 10 principles: IFAD will promote1. Scaled up investment in sustainable agricultural intensification2. Recognition and greater awareness of the economic and social value ofnatural assets3. Climate-smart approaches to rural development4. Greater attention to the risk and resilience from environment andnatural resource-related shocks5. Engagement in value chains in a way that drives green growth6. Improved governance of natural assets through strengthened land tenureand community led empowerment for the rural poor7. Livelihood diversification for sustainable natural resource use andclimate resilience
  • 14. 10 principles: IFAD will promote1. Scaled up investment in sustainable agricultural intensification2. Recognition and greater awareness of the economic and social value ofnatural assets3. Climate-smart approaches to rural development4. Greater attention to the risk and resilience from environment andnatural resource-related shocks5. Engagement in value chains in a way that drives green growth6. Improved governance of natural assets through strengthened land tenureand community led empowerment for the rural poor7. Livelihood diversification for sustainable natural resource use andclimate resilience 8. An inclusive gender approach and the full participation of indigenous peoples in managing natural resources
  • 15. 10 principles: IFAD will promote1. Scaled up investment in sustainable agricultural intensification2. Recognition and greater awareness of the economic and social value ofnatural assets3. Climate-smart approaches to rural development4. Greater attention to the risk and resilience from environment andnatural resource-related shocks5. Engagement in value chains in a way that drives green growth6. Improved governance of natural assets through strengthened land tenureand community led empowerment for the rural poor7. Livelihood diversification for sustainable natural resource use andclimate resilience 8. An inclusive gender approach and the full participation of indigenous peoples in managing natural resources9. Rural smallholder communities to benefit from environment andclimate finance
  • 16. 10 principles: IFAD will promote1. Scaled up investment in sustainable agricultural intensification2. Recognition and greater awareness of the economic and social value ofnatural assets3. Climate-smart approaches to rural development4. Greater attention to the risk and resilience from environment andnatural resource-related shocks5. Engagement in value chains in a way that drives green growth 6. Improved governance of natural assets through strengthened land tenure and community led empowerment for the rural poor7. Livelihood diversification for sustainable natural resource use andclimate resilience 8. An inclusive gender approach and the full participation of indigenous peoples in managing natural resources 9. Rural smallholder communities to benefit from environment and climate finance10. Environmental commitment through IFADs own behaviours
  • 17. ENRM best practice statements Crop production Water Infrastructure Livestock Fisheries and Green Value Chains Aquaculture Financing Biodiversity Forestry Land Energy
  • 18. LandIFAD will support and promote:(i)the continued strengthening of diverse and overlapping tenure/access systems;(ii)link local-level development planning with sustainable natural resources management and land rights, creating spaces for negotiations based on proper consultations with legitimate community leaders, land-use planning, and action on the landscape level;(iii)promote sustainable and pro poor land- based investments; and(iv)integrated land management at scale to manage tradeoffs and improve or maintain ecosystem service flows
  • 19. D. Implementation strategy
  • 20. Implementation 5 years
  • 21. Implementation 5 yearsOperations scaling upand systematic integrationthrough concept to evaluation
  • 22. Implementation 5 years Knowledge andOperations scaling up Advocacy stronger portfolioand systematic integration learning driving increasedthrough concept to evaluation implementation support, innovation and communications
  • 23.