This project aims to train communities in the upper Ozama River sub-watershed of the Dominican Republic in order to improve their land and water supply and safeguard natural resources for the well-being of people and the environment.
According to the government’s Water Challenges, in the Pakistan Report released in 2010, the per capita water availability has dropped to an alarmingly low level. The project areas have been facing worrying threats of deforestation due to a number of reasons including poverty, recent conflicts, militancy and natural hazards but at the same time it is important sub-watersheds of River Swat and River Indus. The project aims at supporting the local community to restore these watersheds.
The project aims to improve living condition of 15 informal settlements of Sonsonate, Sonzacate and Nahuizalco Municipalities (Sonsonate District) by promoting sustainable and participated management of the Sensunapan watershed.
Community-ecosystem approach for adaptive watershed management in drought-prone tribal areas of West Bengal
The South Asian Forum for Environment [SAFE] works towards the sustainable development of natural resources for poverty alleviation as a social catalyst through a community-based participatory programme and global partnership.
Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP), the Philippines’ largest corporate-led foundation, is dedicated to the promotion of business sector involvement in social development. It was established in 1970 and currently has 262 member companies throughout the Philippines that are committed to the practice of corporate social responsibility (CSR).
Sironko Valley Integrated Projects (SVIP) was established in 1993 as a Non- Governmental Organisation and operates in the Sironko and Mbale district of Eastern Uganda. SVIP is involved in natural resource management and income generating activities through self-help community initiatives.
SECARD is dedicated for the sustainable development through optimal utilization of available resources along with its conservation and promotion for the improved livelihood of the inhabitants.
Yayasan Hubungan Swiss Indonesia is an independent Indonesia development foundation according to Indonesian Law. It was founded in 2007 under tutorship of Swisscontact, Swiss Foundation for Technical Cooperation.