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iNGO Project

World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF)

Environmental Guidelines for NGO's in Lao PDR

Last updated:2008-04-18 00:00:00

WWF?has worked?closely with Concern to develop a set of Environmental Guidelines that will assist development organisations, to incorporate environmental aspects into their activities. Training is available for interested NGO's, to facilitate the implementation of the Guidelines at a range of levels.


Project Start Date Project End Date Current Project Phase Current Phase Start Current Phase End Project Operational Budget
Mar 1st 2007 Oct 31st 2008 2 Dec 1st 2007 Oct 31st 2008 10000


Project Coordinator Project Partners
Erin Gibson
021 216080 ext. 115
erin.gibson@wwfgreatermekong.org
There are no partners specified


Provinces and districts of project activity:

Provinces Districts
National Level

Sectors and sub-sectors of project activity:

Sectors Sub-sectors
Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries - Agricultural Training - Community Forestry - Fisheries - Fisheries Training - Food Crop Production - Food Security - Forestry Training - Governance Aid in AFF Development - Irrigation - Livestock Production - Lowland Farming Systems - Non Timber Forestry Production - Organic Agriculture - Pest Control - Sericulture - Small Animal/Poultry Raising - Upland Farming Systems - Veterinary Services & Training
Community Development - Community Development Training - Construction & Physical Infrastructure - Governance Aid in CD Issues - Integrated Rural Development - Integrated Urban Development - Rural Community Development - Urban Community Development
Education - Non-Formal Education - Risk Behaviour Awareness & Education
Health Care - Nutrition - Water Supply & Sanitation
Human Resources Development - Capacity Building - Management Training - Technical Training
Natural Resources & Ecology - Conservation of Natural Resources - Ecological Education - Environment Protection - Land Use Planning - Natural Resources Education & Training - Water Resources Planning - Wildlife Protection

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