The Project is aimed to improve environmental management to rehabilitate the ecosystems and increase rural incomes in the Yinchuan area. The Project's main outcome is to introduce an integrated ecosystem management (IEM) approach to provide sustainable livelihoods for the population of the project area.
The component to be financed by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) will support a multifocal approach to conserving biodiversity and combating land degradation, and will ensure that the integrated ecosystem management approach is followed to contribute to restoring the productive and protective functions of ecosystem resources.
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