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    Forests

    Georgia
    Western Georgia Forest Landscape Partnership

    This program aims to secure multiple functions of the landscape including biodiversity, carbon storage, climate resilience and local economy through multipurpose sustainable management of forests, agriculture and rivers with associated value chains.

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    Freshwater

    Paraguay
    Upper Parana Atlantic Forests

    The Upper Parana River region includes the iconic Iguazu Falls. Once all rainforests home to large populations of jaguars, now only small disconnected patches remain. The program aims to establish biodiversity corridors to connect, protect and restore forests remnants and support more sustainable agriculture within a wider river basin approach.

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    Russia
    Dvinsky Forest Landscape

    The management of the Dvinsky Forest Landscape is shaped by a complex interplay of conservation, economic and social interests. A comprehensive approach is required, aimed at the long-term sustainable development of the region.

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    Oceans

    Fiji Islands
    Great Sea Reef

    The reef has been part of the Fijian lifestyle for centuries, and now generates almost half of the Fiji economy through tourism and fisheries. The Great Sea Reef program will address the threats to the resilience of the reefs including siltation, nutrient poisoning, habitat loss and poor waste management. This

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    Democratic Republic of the Congo
    North Kivu, Green Development

    This program aims to enhance the economic, ecological, social and cultural capital of North Kivu Province for inclusive, sustainable and equitable development.

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    Myanmar
    Dawna Tenasserim

    The Dawna Tenasserim program aims to develop a socially inclusive, low-emission, sustainable commodity production inside a carbon stock protecting, regenerating and connected landscape. Indigenous communities and iconic species populations will be the ultimate beneficiaries.

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