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EMMP Factsheet (REVIEW DRAFT) 
Describes the EMMP concept and its role in life-of-project environmental compliance for USAID-funded activities. Provides practical how-to guidance and examples to inform EMMP development. Intended for IPs, A/COTRs, MEOs, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officers, and consultants who may be engaged to develop EMMPs for USAID projects in Africa. Comments are solicited on this REVIEW DRAFT.

Kenya Regional Training for USAID Staff Workshop materials now available – Over 24-28, January 2011, a regional training workshop for USAID staff in “Life of Project Environmental Compliance and Environmentally Sound Design and Management” was conducted in Lake Naivash, Kenya. The workshop was the latest in a series of Africa Regional Environmental trainings for USAID Staff.
June 3, 2011

Kenya Training Workshops for USAID/Kenya Staff and Implementing Partners now available – Over 31 January–2 February 2011 and 3–5 February 2011, a training workshop for USAID staff in “Environmental Compliance and Environmentally Sound Design and Management in Project Implementation” was conducted in Lake Naivash, Kenya. The workshop was the latest in a series of Africa Regional Environmental trainings for USAID/Kenya Staff and Implementing Partners.
June 3, 2011

Africa Bureau Environmental Review Form – UPDATED December 2010

Final ENCAP visual field guides for small-scale water supplyhealthcare waste, and toilet/latrine activities. ENCAP visual field guides permit quick field identification of the most common serious environmental deficits in activity design and management.
December 16, 2009

Pretoria 2009 Workshop Page – Over 11–15 May 2009, a regional training workshop for USAID staff in “Life of Project Environmental Compliance and Environmentally Sound Design and Management” was conducted in Pretoria, South Africa. Forty- two participants attended, of whom 33 were USAID mission staff, representing 18 missions, including two in Asia region. The workshop was the latest in a series of Africa Regional Environmental trainings for USAID Staff.
September 21, 2009

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