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Transboundary Issues that Require Attention through the Kagera TAMP. Note for the First Regional Project Steering Committee Meeting 29 November 2005, Entebbe








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    Kagera Agroecosystems. Transboundary Agroecosystem Management Programme for the Kagera River Basin. Project Document. Part A - Background and Context 2009
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    The overall goal of the project is to support the adoption of an integrated ecosystems approach for the management of land resources in the Kagera Basin which will generate local, national and global benefits including: restoration of degraded lands, carbon sequestration and climate change mitigation, agro-biodiversity conservation and sustainable use and improved agricultural production, and thereby food security and rural livelihoods. The adoption of improved land use systems and resource mana gement practices by the range of land users will be supported by stakeholders at all levels and by participatory and inter-sectoral approaches.
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    Overall Goal. Project Results Framework of the Kagera Transboundary Agro-Ecosystem Management Project (Kagera TAMP) 2010
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    Adoption of an integrated ecosystems approach for the management of land resources in the Kagera Basin will generate local, national and global benefits including: restoration of degraded lands, carbon sequestration, climate change mitigation and adaptation, agro-biodiversity conservation and sustainable use and improved agricultural production, leading to protection of international waters, increased food security and improved rural livelihoods.
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    Kagera TAMP. News from the Basin. July 2012 - Issue No. 2
    Kagera Agroecosystems. Transboundary Agroecosystems Management Project for the Kagera River Basin
    2012
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    The Kagera Transboundary Agro ‐ ecosystem management project is a regional project comprising four East African countries ‐ Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda ‐ that share the Kagera river basin. The agro‐ecosystems in the Kagera basin are facing increasing pressure as a result of rapid population growth and agricultural and livestock intensification characterized by progressive reduction in farm sizes and unsustainable land use and management practices. The global objective of the project is to adopt an integrated ecosystems approach for the management of land resources in the Kagera Basin that will generate local, national and global benefits including: restoration of degraded lands, carbon sequestration and climate change adaptation, agrobiodiversity conservation and sustainable use, protection of international waters and improved agricultural production, leading to increased food security an improved rural livelihoods.

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