CNVP is currently implementing projects in Albania (Sida, USAID and ADA), Kosovo (Sida), Macedonia (EU, FAO, UNEP and PEFC), Montenegro (EU), and regionally (Norway, KfW/PONT and DBU). Summary details are given below.

Local Economic Development

Being implemented by CNVP Albania in 4 regions - Tirana, Elbasan, Korca and Shkoder – LED’s objective is to improve household income opportunities by supporting marketing, production and sustainable management of MAPs and other forest produce

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Community-based forestry

The goal of the project is to increase expertise amongst local communities and experts in sustainable forest management.

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Land Use Planning and Biodiversity Mainstreaming

The third project component concerns supporting future processes of revision and incorporation of biodiversity conservation into the National Spatial Plan and forest management plans

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Improved management of small-scale, private coppice/degraded forests

The improved condition of coppice forests is expected to provide better quality of wood products and services

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Regional action for combating forest crime and corruption

CNVP is the lead partner in a new project funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on regional action for combating forest crime and corruption

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Pilot certification in Macedonia based on PEFC certification

CNVP Macedonia is implementing a project in partnership with the Public Enterprise Macedonian Forest (PEMF), supported by the country’s Nature Conservation Programme (NCP

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Communicating Climate Change

CNVP, the Ecologists’ Movement of Macedonia (DEM) and the Centre for Environmental Research and Information (Eko-svest) are implementing Communities Communicating Climate Change (CCCC).

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CSOs driving rural development

CNVP and its partners, the Regional Development Agency, BKP and the Union of Farmers, Montenegro, are implementing the EU-funded project Helping CSOs contribute more effectively to Montenegro’s rural development.

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Diber Trails & Tradition (D2T)

USAID and Sweden are funding a three-year, US$1 million project - Diber Trails & Tradition (D2T)

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