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National Forest Landscape Restoration Strategy

National Forest Landscape Restoration Strategy

The restoration strategy provides a comprehensive framework for achieving Malawi’s restoration commitment of 4.5 million hectares as well as the economic development, poverty reduction, increased food security, and resilience promised through successful landscape restoration. The Strategy outlines priority opportunities and interventions that can translate the potential of restoration into multiple benefits such as improved food security, increased biodiversity, improved water supply, job creation, income, carbon sequestration and enhanced resilience to climate change.

Author(s): Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining

Publication Date: 2017

Location: National

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