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Project Title Country Area Of Work Start
Date
Amount
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Operational Phase
Jamaica
CapDev
2021
24,750.00
OP6 - Y6 (Jul 20-Jun 21)
Project Number:   JAM/SGP/OP6/Y6/CORE/CD/2021/01
Many civil society organisations (CSOs) are more focused on survival than trying to determine the most effective approach that will allow their organisation to be successful. Today, the focus on CSO capacity building is moving to the forefront for ( ... )
Jamaica
Biodiversity
Land Degradation
2020
41,400.00
OP6 - Y5 (Jul 19-Jun 20)
Project Number:   JAM/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/2020/01
The Negril Environmental Protection Area (EPA) is a unique protected area which is composed of the Negril Hills, Fish River Hills, Negril Great Morass and the Negril Marine Park. It has an estimated population of 215,893 individuals with and ( ... )
Jamaica
Climate Change Mitigation
Land Degradation
2020
71,050.00
OP6 - Y5 (Jul 19-Jun 20)
Project Number:   JAM/SGP/OP6/Y5/CORE/LD/2020/03
The Springdale and surrounding communities, with a population of some 800 residents is predominantly an agriculture-based with over 100 farmers - 69% males and 31% females. The community has been plagued with poor farming practices like improper ( ... )
Jamaica
Land Degradation
2019
50,000.00
OP6 - Y5 (Jul 19-Jun 20)
Project Number:   JAM/SGP/OP6/Y5/CORE/LD/2019/01
The project seeks to combat deforestation through the planting of trees (lumber/fruit) that will bring about more rainfall and a greener environment, ensure sustainable utilization of forest resources by expanding beekeeping activities which will ( ... )
Jamaica
Biodiversity
International Waters
2019
149,450.00
OP6 -Y4 (Jul 18 - Jun 19)
Project Number:   JAM/SGP/OP6/Y4/CORE/IW/2019/02
Like many other countries, Jamaica’s efforts to manage coastal ecosystems have had extremely limited success. The primarily top-down management structures and some key laws which are practically unenforceable, have been ineffective in preserving ( ... )
Jamaica
Climate Change Mitigation
2019
65,000.00
OP6 - Y5 (Jul 19-Jun 20)
Project Number:   JAM/SGP/OP6/Y5/CORE/YCC/2019/02
Albion Heights in St Thomas is a rural community that is developing and becoming more populated over time. Despite this, the area is still without electricity supply from the Jamaica Public Service (JPS), has limited water supply from the National ( ... )
Jamaica
International Waters
Land Degradation
2019
50,000.00
OP6 -Y4 (Jul 18 - Jun 19)
Project Number:   JAM/SGP/OP6/Y4/CORE/IW/2019/01
Sandy Cay is a sandy bank of approximately 1hectare, once served as a buffer against storm surges for the Bloody Bay area. During expedition divers have unearthed evidence that the seabed is currently covered in garbage, most of which includes ( ... )
Jamaica
Climate Change Mitigation
2019
65,000.00
OP6 - Y5 (Jul 19-Jun 20)
Project Number:   JAM/SGP/OP6/Y5/CORE/YCC/2019/03
The environmental problem which this project seeks to address is that of carbon emissions which are specifically linked to climate change. Carbon dioxide is one of the main greenhouse gases which contributes to the greenhouse effect. The reduction ( ... )
Jamaica
Climate Change Mitigation
Land Degradation
2019
70,000.00
OP6 - Y5 (Jul 19-Jun 20)
Project Number:   JAM/SGP/OP6/Y5/CORE/YCC/2019/01
Jamaica is experiencing the effects of climate variability as it becomes increasingly more difficult to predict rainy seasons versus periods of drought. Crop failures and rising food prices becomes a threat to the 17.1% of the population, that is, ( ... )
Jamaica
Biodiversity
Land Degradation
2018
150,000.00
OP6 -Y4 (Jul 18 - Jun 19)
Project Number:   JAM/SGP/OP6/Y4/STAR/BD/2018/01
Jamaica, a small island within the Caribbean, with its unique bio-geography has developed flora and fauna with a great level of biodiversity. In fact, several of the island’s species are endemic and of great conservation significance. Biodiversity ( ... )
Jamaica
Biodiversity
Climate Change Mitigation
2018
93,000.00
OP6 -Y4 (Jul 18 - Jun 19)
Project Number:   JAM/SGP/OP6/Y4/STAR/CC/2018/05
The climate of Jamaica and the larger Caribbean region has been changing and will continue to change. The already hot and dry conditions have become drier and warmer, exceeding optimal conditions for many species. Sea level rise and increased storm ( ... )
Jamaica
Biodiversity
Land Degradation
2018
150,000.00
OP6 -Y4 (Jul 18 - Jun 19)
Project Number:   JAM/SGP/OP6/Y4/STAR/BD/2018/02
A significant portion of the populace of St. Ann and St. Mary gain employment in the hotel and tourism sector; however, wages are usually low and the turnover rate high. Others try to eke out a living by become involved in the craft trade; however, ( ... )
Jamaica
Climate Change Mitigation
Land Degradation
2018
150,000.00
OP6 -Y4 (Jul 18 - Jun 19)
Project Number:   JAM/SGP/OP6/Y4/STAR/CC/2018/03
The Clarendon Local Sustainable Development Plan (CLSDP) notes that climate change impacts the local water sector. With climate change the impact of drought will be exacerbated. The issues created by drought have ripple effect on all sectors. ( ... )
Jamaica
Biodiversity
Climate Change Mitigation
Land Degradation
2017
87,917.00
Phase 5
Project Number:   JAM/SGP/OP5/Y6/STAR/BD/2017/01
There is widespread clearing of trees which removes important carbon sinks. In addition slash and burn practices are increasing the level of greenhouse gases released. This is contributing to local impacts such as reduced drought tolerance of lands. ( ... )