Environmental and Livelihoods Vulnerability Mapping in Darfur (ELVM)
Project dates: October 2009 – July 2010
ProAct undertook an Environmental and Livelihoods Vulnerability Mapping (ELVM) project for North and South Darfur on behalf of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), with funding from the Government of Japan.
Environmental Best Practices in UNHCR
EIA of a proposed refugee camp, Fafi District, North-Eastern Kenya
Project dates: June 2009
At the request of UNHCR and CARE International, ProAct led a multi-agency team to conduct an environmental impact assessment (EIA) mission to Dadaab, North-eastern Kenya, to assess the establishment of a proposed new refugee camp. An EIA for the proposed new camp is required under Kenya's Environmental Management and Co-ordination Act (EMCA) 1999 and the Environmental (Impacts Assessment and Audit) Regulation 2003. It is also part of UNHCR's own environmental management requirements.
Forest Sector Assessment, Liberia
Strategic environmental assessment of the Liberia forest sector
Project dates: September 2007 - June 2008
Liberia is slowly emerging from over a decade of debilitating civil conflict. With industry still largely undeveloped, there is considerable pressure on natural resources to kick-start the country's economic development.
Fuel-Efficient Stove Review
A programmatic review of Fuel Efficient Stove (FES) projects in the three states of Darfur, Sudan.
Project dates: March - October 2008
ProAct Network assisted CHF International and the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) in undertaking a programmatic review of Fuel Efficient Stove (FES) projects in the three states of Darfur, Sudan. The review, which was funded by UNEP, FAO and UNFPA, examined the full range of FES projects being implemented from the perspective of institutional approaches, efficiency and effectiveness.
Environment, health and safety (EHS) gap assessment Tabasco floods, Mexico
Project dates: January 2008
In November 2007, storms and heavy rainfall combined to deliver heavy and prolonged flooding to the state of Tabasco, south-east Mexico, with an estimated 1.5 million people affected.
The flooding resulted in large scale displacement of people and damage to housing. It also produced considerable quantities of waste which needed to be collected, sorted and disposed of properly.
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