The project¿s impact objective is to improve incomes and agricultural practices of 3,000 upstream producers and to improve water supply for 15,000 downstream users by protecting 30,000 ha of upper watershed forested ¿water factories¿. The project¿s result objective is to scale up existing experiences with design and implementation of reciprocal water agreement mechanisms with private sector water providers, by implementing up to 15 new schemes. An additional result objective is that of verifying the climate change mitigation potential of the forest under conservation and its carbon offsetting economic potential.
|Sector||ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL DISASTERS|
|Subsector||ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL DISASTERS-ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE|
|Project Type||Technical Cooperation|
|Environmental and Social Impact Category||C|
|Approval Date||NOV 11, 2015|
|Contract Signature Date||APR 8, 2016|
|IDB Financing *||1.26|
|Total Cost H||USD 1,933,061|
|Country Counterpart Financing||USD 673,215|
|Financing Type||Non-Reimbursable Technical Cooperation|
|Fund||MIF-Small Enterprise Dev. Facility|
|Reporting currency||USD - United States Dollar|
|Reporting Date||NOV 30, 2017|
|Undisbursed Amount H||USD 939,207|
|Disbursed to Date R||USD 320,639|
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