The impact of the Ningxia-Yinchuan Project will be restored productive and protective functions of the ecosystem resources of the Yinchuan area. To achieve this impact, the TA will produce a feasibility study to design an integrated ecosystem management (IEM) approach for the sustainable use of natural resources in the Yinchuan area. This will include the following design outputs (i) an assessment of the enabling conditions for an IEM approach, including policies, regulations and incentives; (ii) appropriate institutional arrangements for the Project, including for capacity building; (iii) sustainable commercial agriculture including conservation agriculture, alternative livelihoods and water resources management; (iv) interventions for habitat restoration, wetlands protection, ecotourism, biodiversity conservation, carbon sequestration, and management and commercialization of wildlife; and (v) an ecosystem monitoring system.
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