Biodiversity & Forestry Analysis

Country-Specific Analyses

Sub-Saharan Africa Analyses, by Country - List of FAA 118/119 Analyses by country, as well as links to each country's FRAME web site where you will find more documents, web links, and discussions.

Guidance

Tropical forestry and biodiversity (FAA 118 and 119) analyses: lessons learned and best practices from recent USAID experience. (655 KB) Associates in Rural Development, Inc. (ARD); USAID. Bur. for Economic Growth, Agriculture and Trade. Ofc. of Environment and Natural Resources. Sep 2005. 74 p. PN-ADE-195

Best practices for biodiversity and tropical forest assessments (508 KB) Chemonics International Inc.; USAID. Bur. for Economic Growth, Agriculture and Trade. Ofc of Agriculture. Apr 2005. 28 p. PN-ADE-673

Biodiversity Conservation: A Guide for USAID Staff and Partners, FY2005 (6.8 MB PDF)

Summary Reports

USAID's Biodiversity Conservation and Forestry Programs, 2009 Report (6 MB PDF)
USAID's Biodiversity Conservation and Forestry Programs, FY 2007 (7MB PDF)
USAID’s Biodiversity Conservation and Forestry Programs, FY 2005 (4.2MB PDF)
USAIDís Biodiversity Conservation Programs, FY 2004 (4.4 MB PDF)
Biodiversity Conservation: USAIDís Programs in 2003 (4.0 MB)
Biodiversity conservation: a report on USAID's biodiversity programs in fiscal year 2002 (2.4 MB)

Tropical Forest Conservation Report FY 2004 (3.6 MB PDF)
USAID Tropical Forest Conservation Report, FY 2003 (2.3 MB)
USAID Tropical Forestry Report USAID report to Congress fiscal year 2002 (1.1 MB)
USAID Tropical Forestry Report USAID report to Congress fiscal year 2000-2001 (701 KB)

Other References

Convention on Biological Diversity - National Reports

FAO Forestry Department - Country Profiles


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