Pacific Islands Forests and Trees Support Programme (PIF/TSP)
1 Jan 1997, by E-XE3382 - UNDP and G-XG0307 - Australian Aid, as a 3-year programme to replace U-XF3136 - South Pacific Forestry Development Programme (SPFDP), executed by D-XD3260 - Pacific Community (SPC) and implemented by B-XB0971 - FAO. Completion date Dec 1999, when will became an integral part of SPC Forests and Trees Programme.
Strengthen national capacities to manage forest and tree resources so as to enhance sustainable employment opportunities and income generation without diminishing environmental value of these natural resources for future generations, in particular through application of traditional knowledge and appropriate technology to generate sustainable production utilizing limited resources of atoll islands; improve awareness and strengthen capabilities to establish appropriate national and community-level policies for watershed management.
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