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Promoting sustainable forest management in Pakistan’s Western Himalayan Temperate coniferous, Sub-tropical broad-leaved evergreen thorn (Scrub) and Riverine forests for biodiversity conservation, mitigation of climate change and securing of forest ecosystem services. In particular, it aims at implementation of three inter-related and mutually complementary components that are focused at addressing the barriers of inadequate planning, regulatory and institutional frameworks to integrated forest resource management, and enhancing the limited experience among key government and civil society stakeholders in developing and implementing SFM practices on the ground.

Khyber Pukhtunkhwah

Khyber PukhtunKhwa


Khyber PukhtunKhwa


Khyber PukhtunKhwa

Component 1

Will support the incorporation of Sustainable Forest Management objectives and safeguards in forest management planning, forestland allocation and compliance of monitoring systesat the local level.

Component 2

Will identify, demarcate and implement on-the-ground approaches to improving management of high conservation value forests within seven landscapes covering an area of 67,861 ha….

Component 3

Will develop practical approaches to enhancing carbon sequestration through restoring degraded and former forested areas (LULUCF activities) by a combination of restoration and reforestation of 10,005 ha …

Project Team

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Trusted Partners

The project is funded by GEF & UNDP and implemented jointly by  UNDP Pakistan & minitry of Climate Change in Khyber Pukhtunkhwa, Sindh and Punjab.