DAI through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), is seeking applications from Institutions and Organizations to define activities that will Advance effective decentralized co-management of Mozambique's coastal marine resources to promote ecological productivity, enhance food security and livelihoods, and strengthen resilience and good governance.
Specifically, USAID SPEED aims to achieve the following objectives:
1. Establish and learn from examples of local tenure over marine resources to inform how national policies are interpreted and implemented.
2. Improve the institutional support systems (CSOs, government, research) needed to sustain and scale co-management of fishery and coastal resources.
3. Strengthen stakeholder voice, agency, and capacity to effectively engage in co-management, particularly among women and youth.
4. Strengthen enabling conditions for conservation enterprise establishment and sustainability.
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