E3’s Offices of Land and Urban (E3/LU), Forestry and Biodiversity (E3/FAB), and Global Climate Change (E3/GCC) are pleased to announce a new jointly managed global integrated resource management activity that provides cross-cutting programming support to Missions.
The Integrated Natural Resource Management (INRM) activity provides on-demand support services and technical assistance for USAID Missions, Bureaus and Independent Offices across a wide array of environmental and natural resource management issues. INRM covers the full range of environmental issues USAID works on and is managed jointly by the USAID E3 Offices of Land and Urban, Forestry and Biodiversity, and Global Climate Change. The activity is designed to help Operating Units achieve higher impact environment programming and to support the uptake of principles and approaches outlined in the Agency’s Environmental and Natural Resource Management (ENRM) Framework.
The Integrated Natural Resource Management activity will support Missions with integrated programming across the program cycle and across sectors, such as food security and biodiversity, health and climate change, land use and environmental protection. INRM’s overarching cross-cutting principles consider climate risks and the inclusion of women, girls, and other marginalized populations. Technical services include:
- Strategic planning based on timely analysis and best available evidence;
- Project and activity design and adaptive management;
- Testing and learning from new approaches for integrated environmental programming;
- Monitoring, evaluation, and learning of multi-sectoral programs; and
- Communications and knowledge management.
For more information about how to access INRM’s technical services, please download an info sheet about the new Mission-support mechanism here: INRM Factsheet.