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Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Initiative Scaling Action 2015-2017

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Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Initiative Scaling Action 2015-2017

  1. 1. Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Initiative Scaling Action 2015-2017
  2. 2. A GLOBAL COLLABORATION to create and sustain integrated agricultural landscapes worldwide. Plus more than 60 strategic partners!
  3. 3. Integrated Landscape Management: What is it?  Diverse communities of practice with different entry points  Seek to achieve multiple objectives across sectors  Employ multi-stakeholder processes to articulate shared goals and objectives
  4. 4. LPFN Organization  9 CO-ORGANIZERS  60+ STRATEGIC PARTNERS  SIX WORKING GROUPS  TASK FORCES
  5. 5. PROGRAM COMPONENTS 1. STRENGTHENING LANDSCAPE INITIATIVES 2. BUILDING AN ENABLING ENVIRONMENT 3. MOBILIZING THE EVIDENCE 4. RAISING AWARENESS 5. PLANNING AND COORDINATION
  6. 6. KENYA  Landscape learning network and policy dialogue process  Support to individual landscapes – exchange visits, ILM best practices, landscape labeling study  Study on Financing ILM in Kenya
  7. 7. CONTINENTAL REVIEWS 365 Integrated Landscape Initiatives (ILIs) identified world-wide • Africa - 87 • Latin America - 104 • Asia - 174
  8. 8. A GLOBAL REVIEW OF LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT More than 20 published reports
  9. 9. OUTREACH PLATFORMS
  10. 10. THE ADDED VALUE of THE LANDSCAPES for PEOPLE, FOOD AND NATURE INITIATIVE  NETWORK FOR KNOWLEDGE-SHARING  UNIFIED MESSAGING AND ADVOCACY  FACILITATE ACCESS TO EXPERTISE
  11. 11. THANK YOU WE WELCOME YOU TO JOIN US AS WE CARRY THIS WORK FORWARD

Hinweis der Redaktion

  • The LPFN was established in 2011 to promote and support landscape approaches to sustainable development. The Initiative began with 30 Strategic Partners—has doubled in membership in 3 years. Strategic Partners work at different levels, from World Bank to local CSOs such as the Kijabi Environment Volunteers (KENVO) working in the Lari-Kijabe landscape of Kenya.
  • Entry points might include participatory watershed management, forest landscape restoration, territorial development, indigenous landscape management, landcare, biological corridors, ecosystem-based adaptation, model forests, agroforestry landscapes, agricultural green growth, climate-smart landscapes and many others.
  • Working groups: Landscape Strengthening, Policy, Business Engagement, Finance, Science and Knowledge, Communications and Outreach
    Current Task Forces: SDGs and Engaging Senior Leaders (to increase visibility of LPFN)
  • Strengthening Landscape Initiatives – these are the on-the-ground actions in the landscapes themselves, which may include landscape assessments, technical expertise, training, and knowledge-sharing
    Building an Enabling Environment – focuses on promoting supportive policies for ILM, such as promoting ILM as a means for implementation of the SDGs
    Mobilizing Evidence – conducting research, or synthesizing existing knowledge that needs to be made more accessible to relevant stakeholders
    Raising Awareness – outreach and communications
    Planning and Coordination – this is largely the work of the Secretariat to maintain an efficient and effective coalition
  • For example, in Kenya a “learning landscape network” of 5 landscapes enables landscape leaders to share experiences and knowledge, and to come together for workshops and other capacity development opportunities. The policy dialogue process was implemented to facilitate communication between landscape leaders and policy makers at local, county, and national levels.
  • At the global level, the LPFN conducted a systematic survey of integrated landscape initiatives (ILIs) between 2012-2014. 365 ILIs were identified as having met a standard set of criteria (cross-sectoral, employed multi-stakeholder processes, etc.)
  • Location of ILIs across Africa. Map is interactive on LPFN’s website.
  • All reports are on the LPFN website – a wealth of information on integrated landscape management on topics ranging from governance, finance, food security, engaging business, etc
  • Website, blogs, facebook, twitter. The LPFN maintains an On-line learning network – upload your landscape profile and share your experiences in ILM with others around the world.
  • Overcome fragmentation of effort
    Coalition strengthens policy advocacy efforts
    Accelerate knowledge-sharing across communities of practice and within countries
    Achieve cost-effectiveness by shared tools & methods
    Facilitate access to expertise
    Strengthen media/outreach through shared messaging

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