S. McIntosh; N. Leotaud
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International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
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This report describes an action-learning project led by the Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) that strengthened the capacity of national and regional institutions to assess the potential of economic instruments to improve the quality and delivery of watershed services in the Caribbean. It focuses on project sites and case studies in Jamaica, Saint Lucia, Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, while drawing on lessons of wider regional and international interest.
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Contents: Executive Summary 1 Introduction 1.1 Report Overview 1.2 The study team s vision 1.3 Status of payments for watershed services in the project countries 2 Outline of the project 2.1 The development of the project 2.2 Project methodology 2.3 Regional context 2.4 Brief description of the project sites 2.5 Assessment of the contribution of the action-learning approach to project management 3 Project progress and problems 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Summary of major project outputs 3.3 Summary of major project findings 4 Lessons learned, ways forward and conclusions 4.1 Lessons learned 4.2 Ways forward 4.3 Policy recommendations References