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Field visit of the Dama river subcatchment - to learn more about the WISH + project

 15 July 2022
Field visit of the Dama river subcatchment - to learn more about the WISH + project

The Kiwa Initiative Secretariat and AFD - Agence Française de Développement team went with WCS-Fiji to Vanua Levu to visit the third regional project WISH+.

This third regional project supported by Wildlife Conservation Societyy has the objective to implement integrated watershed management to enhance biodiversity. 

What are the main objectives of the project?

Implement integrated watershed management for biodiversity, climate resilience and human health co-benefits as well as providing a model for managing systems health for the Pacific that is upscaled through decision-support tools, long-term sustainable financing and effective public policy.

Facilitate investment in Nature-based Solutions for safely managed drinking water, sanitation, and wastewater in high-risk watersheds, identified through innovative decision-support tools, while simultaneously delivering on outcomes for multiple sustainable development goals.

Facilitate transmission of lessons learned through regional networks to influence policy and innovative practices.

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