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Under a sub-contract with Coffey International, RPA have been requested to assist with a cost-benefit analysis of the Harmonised Social Cash Transfer component of the Child Protection Fund, a multi-donor financed programme in Zimbabwe which was set up to deliver on Government of Zimbabwe policy and action planning (specifically, the National Action Plan for Orphans and Vulnerable Children II) on social service provision (particularly child protection) and social transfers to the poorest and most vulnerable.

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This feasibility study, which was undertaken as part of the EU INTERREG IVA funded Value of Working Wetlands (WOW) project, aimed to map out, and take the first practical steps towards, the creation of innovative revenue frameworks which allow land managers to achieve economic sustainability while maintaining wet habitats. The study investigated areas likely to attract the highest level of agri-environment subsidy available, as well as those where funding might decrease in the future. Habitat diversity and land ownership, as well as the likely availability of funding sources also needed to be considered.

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The objective of this project is to guide Defra and their Ministers in decisions on updating river basin management plans, in particular assessing whether measures to improve the quality of the water environment are affordable. Affordability is to be considered for each sector or group which may have to bear the costs, and at the national level and potentially the river basin district level. The sectoral definitions to be followed are those that were adopted by the Environment Agency (EA).

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