CNVP – Connecting Natural Values and People

CNVP – Connecting Natural Values and People

Call 1st Call for Project Proposals – Stage A – Submission of Concept Note by the Lead Beneficiary
Priority Axis PRIORITY 1 - Transition to a low carbon economy
Specific Objective RSO2.6. Promoting the transition to a circular and resource efficient economy
Country North Macedonia
Organization / Entity CNVP - Connecting Natural Values and People
First Name Nehat
Last Name Ramadani
Address Mirka Ginova 13, Skopje 1000
Contact Phone 076245229
What type of beneficiaries are you looking for? Public institutions, National Parks, Universities, State or Local agencies, NGOs working on forestry, environment, sustainable development. etc.
Project idea title Assessing vulnerability of the natural heritage, green infrastructure and bio (geo)diversity in respect to natural hazards & climate change in order to increase resilience and achieve sustainable tourism of the protected areas.
Specific problem to be addressed Improving livelihoods of rural people through providing quality services in forestry, rural development, environment and biomass for renewable energy to increase the capacity of local actors to achieve their sustainable development.
Main project activities planned Activities supporting Sustainable natural resource management, Climate change, Rural Development.
Expected outputs and results Database, Needs Assessment, Training materials(Supporting rural organizations/person) with business development related to PES
State your area of expertise / interest NVP is a Dutch based organization operating in the Balkans. Being part of the forestry team within SNV a group of committed forestry engineers decided to establish CNVP in July, 2012. From its origins up to today this small team of enthusiastic has grown to 25 people from diversified backgrounds. Currently CNVP is implementing projects in Albania, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

After seven years, in July 2019, CNVP has developed its internal capacities and the leadership was handed over to the existing directors coming from North Macedonia, Albania and Kosovo. This major change in its management structure advanced the organization towards a more regional structure. Sharing the same organizational culture but more important having a good understanding of the local contexts, CNVP continues to pursue its core values, commitment, innovation and team work.

Forests are our focus as one of the most important ecosystems for biodiversity conservation, climate change mitigation and local economic development. We will keep working together tackling challenges that both nature and people face in developing countries. Working together “to grow a canopy of trees providing home, shelter, food, a livelihood as well as a place to wander”. By promoting sustainable use of the natural resources we provide support to local communities and governments for creating a life in harmony with nature. Through our projects we contribute to a better South East Europe by working in the following six key areas:

1. Sustainable natural resource management

2. Climate change

3. Rural development

4. Renewable energy

5. Community mobilisation

6. European accession
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