The project envisages implementation of knowledge and needs assessment of the SPNA managing staff, organization of qualification courses, as well as publication of collections on legal documents and, natural and cultural heritage existing in SPNAs of Armenia.
The objective of the proposed project is to minimize land degradation and desertification processes in the Ararat valley by improving socio-economic conditions of the local communities and by doing this to contribute to the achieving LDN target set up by the country. In particular, on the basis of short-term goals of the project it is proposed to test and apply various SLM technologies on the small areas, which should help to reduce land degradation and improve socio-economic conditions of the affected population. The aim is to contribute to the enhancement of livelihood of the affected communities; improve the conditions of the affected ecosystems; protect the biodiversity, restoration of soil productivity; introduction of water-saving methods of irrigation
The objective of the project is to reduce the climate risk vulnerability of local communities living adjacent to the “Khosrov Forest” and “Dilijan” National Park by strengthening the adaptive capacity of the agricultural sector and reinforcing their institutional and planning capacity for climate change adaptation. Read More
In October 2018, the Adaptation Fund Board under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change approved “Artik city closed stone pit wastes and flood management pilot project” developed by the ”Environmental Project Implementation Unit ” State Institution of the Ministry of Nature Protection of the Republic of Armenia costing 1,435,100USD. Read More
The Grant will assist in establishing and strengthening the capacities of the Ministry of Nature Protection of Armenia and strategic frameworks for engagement with the Fund, including the preparation of country programmes and will support appropriate oversight of Fund activities at the country level.