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China-Africa Forest Governance Project: Uganda Work Plan - Draft October 2014
The China-Africa forest governance project generates evidence about the current status, trends and key issues arising from China-linked investments in the forests of four African countries; it strengthens capacity and dialogue and fosters joint action amongst Chinese and African stakeholders; and finally, it aims to create opportunities in China and Africa, and in key international processes, for better policy and investment practices in support of resilient African land use and a sustainable China-Africa forest products trade.
The Uganda work plan details planned in-country activities against the project's three outputs and includes baselines, milestones and targets.
Improving evidence, capacity and joint action for sustainable Chinese investment in Africa's forests.
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