Participatory Land Use Planning


The Participatory Land Use Plans (PLUP)  are documents which have been developed with a view to managing and mitigating unsustainable natural resource use. The main aim of the plans are to help communities in making sound decisions pertaining to land uses. The PLUP development process has been supported by the Zambia Integrated Forests and Landscape Project (ZIFLP), an initiative of the Government of the Republic of Zambia, with funding support from World Bank through the Bio-Carbon Fund, Global Environmental Facility (GEF) and International Development Association (IDA).

PLUP activity falls under component 1: Enabling Environment. This first component is meant to create conditions that will allow the livelihood investments of Component 2 (Livelihood and Low-Carbon Investments) to be successfully implemented and that will prepare Zambia for emission reduction purchases. This component includes support for two sub components under which PLUP falls.

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