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The project improved forest resources management, increased forest coverage and reduced carbon emissions. More than 215,000 rural families benefited.  Read More »


Urbanization—if managed properly—offers the potential for poverty alleviation, prosperity, and economic growth. Read More »

A project helped China phase out production and consumption of ozone-harming gases and substances, ensuring fulfilment of its Montreal Protocol obligations. Read More »

Water resource management underlies the most basic development challenges, from food security to health and livelihoods. Read More »

The project increased forest coverage by more than 232,000 ha, reduced carbon emission, enhanced biodiversity conservation, and raised incomes for more than 215,000 rural families. Read More »

The alarming trend of rising disaster losses has made disaster and climate risk management a global development priority. Read More »


China targets rural and minority areas in the fight against poverty. Read More »