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An illustrated Look at Integrated Landscape Initiatives in Africa

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An illustrated Look at Integrated Landscape Initiatives in Africa

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We surveyed leaders and managers of ILIs in 33 African countries to provide the first region-wide portrait of contexts, motivations, design, participation and outcomes of such initiatives. Results suggest that ILIs are promoting “multi-functionality” of rural regions, while aiding stakeholders in negotiating trade-offs and synergies among multiple outcomes.

We surveyed leaders and managers of ILIs in 33 African countries to provide the first region-wide portrait of contexts, motivations, design, participation and outcomes of such initiatives. Results suggest that ILIs are promoting “multi-functionality” of rural regions, while aiding stakeholders in negotiating trade-offs and synergies among multiple outcomes.

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An illustrated Look at Integrated Landscape Initiatives in Africa

  1. 1. Number of ILIs surveyed: 87 We surveyed leaders and managers of ILIs in 33 African countries to provide the first region-wide portrait of contexts, motivations, design, participation and outcomes of such initiatives. Results suggest that ILIs are promoting “multi-functionality” of rural regions, while aiding staekholders in mediating tradeoffs and synergies among multiple outcomes. 36 44 50 56 40 initiatives0 initiatives climate change adaptation conflict reduction institutional planning improvement of livelihoods improving agriculture conservation Number of initiatives* reporting each of 6 main categories of primary motivations *of the 52 initiatives that indicated primary motivations livelihoods 0% 80% % of ILIs that reported each outcome: 0% 80% 0% 80% cash income increased food security improved non-cash measure of livelihood improved vulnerability decreased access to health care improved yield increased env. impacts reduced agrobiodiversity protected profitability increased total area increased 0% 80% other ecosystems protected connectivity increased water quality improved endangered species protected ecosystem services for agriculture protected overall biodiversity protected traditional knowledge preserved sectoral coordination improved women gained capacity gained capacity for agriculture and natural resource managment improved stakeholder coord. communities politically empowered tourismhealthenergy infrastructure education agriculturelivestock natural resources forestry sectoral participation indicated by % of ILIs involving each sector institutional planning conservation agriculture average % of ILIs that invested in each of 4 domains: ILIs per country 1 15 Key messages: AN ILLUSTRATED LOOK AT INTEGRATED LANDSCAPE INITIATIVES 14 37 17 16 7 4 3 IN AFRICA Stakeholder coordination is a priority among ILI leaders and practioners and must therefore be supported by all stakeholders. Funding remains a central challenge to many ILIs.

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