Agricultural value chains,
investments, Public Private Partnerships,
capacity development and farmer group
Ecosystem services, protected areas, and their governance
Climate change planning, financing and adaptation (incl. NAP, NDC), community and ecosystem-based adaptation, and Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV)
Climate change education and awareness raising, education for sustainable development and sustainable consumption
Coastal zone management, aquaculture, fishing, coastal and marine conservation, climate change adaptation and mitigation in coastal zones, climate change vulnerability assessments, mangrove conservation and restoration
Challenges and lessons learnt in implementing REDD+ (MRV, Safeguards, Benefit Sharing, Strategy) including topics such as Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR), Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT), and forest policy development
Learning, knowledge and information services for better integrated approaches for member projects of SNRD Asia and the Pacific and TUEWAS
On the whole, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) are our main commissioning parties, but we also work in close collaboration with different government agencies and
the private sector to foster cross-sectoral information exchange and widen our cooperation. Amidst the unprecedented challenges, we remain committed to exert our best efforts to contribute to the harmonious and sustainable development of the world.
The Sector Network Natural Resources and Rural Development Asia (SNRD Asia and the Pacific) is financed through projects and programmes which GIZ is conducting on behalf of the German Government. It is governed by a Steering Group (consists of a Spokesperson, a Deputy Spokesperson, 4 Representatives from Germany, a Representative from National Staff and 6 Speakers and Co-Speakers, Tandem Partner from each Working Group). For each member country, one Country Focal Point is nominated and represents the interface between the Sector Network and his/her assigned country.
The Secretariat is based in Bangkok, Thailand, with local and international staff stationed across the region. To learn more, click through the below links: