Situational Analysis and Stakeholder Mapping for SUSTAIN-Africa, Second Corridor in Mozambique
Client – IUCN & IUCN NL
Location – Beira Agricultural Corridor and Zambezi Valley Development Corridor – Mozambique
Year – 2015
Time – 4 months
Verde Azul implemented a project within the scope of the IUCN SUSTAIN program.
The SUSTAIN program belongs to the Green Economic Growth (Green Economic Growth) which aims to increase the knowledge, skills and capacities in local and governmental communities in the use of water, land and ecosystem, enabling them for greater climate resistance and food security in growth corridors. agricultural.
Verde Azul produced a baseline assessment of the first phase that included a situational analysis and mapping of stakeholders in the Beira Agricultural Corridor and in the Zambezi Valley Development Corridor.
The second phase focused on geographic areas of greatest interest – Cahora Bassa, Changara and Magoe in Tete.
The analysis of the Zambezi Valley includes socio-economic characterization and an assessment of natural resources.
The stakeholder mapping considers the stakeholders in the management of water use, agriculture, food security and value chains, climate change, biodiversity conservation, and private investment and financing partnerships.
The study allows an analysis of risk and opportunities for the SUSTAIN initiative with activities and potential partners to add value in the region.