The Planning and Information Department is responsible for Coordinating the following: –
The following are the Projects: –
To improve natural resource management in selected districts to support sustainable livelihoods, and in the event of an eligible crisis or emergency, to provide immediate and effective response to the eligible crisis or emergency.
Provides an efficient and transparent link between Zambia and the Green Climate Fund (GCF), communicate the strategic oversight of GCF’s activities at country level, and communicate and promote country priorities as reflected in National Development Plans.
The project aims to provide support to rural communities in the Eastern Province (EP) to allow them to better manage the resources of their landscapes so as to reduce deforestation and unsustainable agricultural expansion; enhance benefits they receive from forestry, agriculture, and wildlife; and reduce their vulnerability to climate change.
he development objective of the PPCR Project is aimed at strengthening Zambia’s institutional framework for climate resilience and improve the adaptive capacity of vulnerable communities in the Barotse and Kafue sub-basins.
Objectives of the project interventions:
Increase knowledge and awareness of EDA, as well as the benefits provided by wetland and forest ecosystem services.
Nation Adaption Planning Project (NAPP)
Integrate adaptation into new and existing policies and programs, especially development strategies.
The Lake Tanganyika Development Project (LTDP) is a project of the Government of the Republic of Zambia. It is implemented in the Northern Province of Zambia and targets two districts of Mpulungu and Nsama while the geographical focus is the Lake Tanganyika basin.
The developmental goal of the project is to: Improve quality of livelihood of populations depending on Lake Tanganyika and protect the ecological integrity of the lake basin with four major outcomes including: –
The GEF Sustainable Luangwa project is a project of the Government of the Republic of Zambia. It is implemented in the Luangwa Upper Sub-catchment, concentrated in Mafinga District, Muchinga Province.
The focus of the project is to reduce forest and land degradation of the Luangwa Upper Sub-Catchment for enhanced protection of water resources, biodiversity and associated community livelihoods.