The program is funded by the Dutch Government through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs -Netherlands (MFA NL), in collaboration with International Union for Conservation of Nature in the Netherlands (IUCN NL) and World Wide Fund for Nature Netherlands (WWF NL).
1. Southern Guianas;
2. Central Guianas with Greenstone Belt; and
3. Coastal Zone and Marine Environment.
- Fair allocation of water among stakeholders, in recognition of their differing interests;
- Improved or guaranteed food security for local communities; and
- Preservation or improved climate mitigation and adaptation properties of the landscapes.
For Guyana, PAC, NRDDB, and GWMA
Secondly, the program wants to ensure that the capacity of local civil society groups and organizations meets their need to lobby and advocate for their interests.
Thirdly, the program wants to improve the enabling environment through strengthening targeted policies and practices.
In the end, the SRJS program wants to embrace its overall vision by creating added value at the longer term. The sense of co-ownership and co-development emphasize the novelty of the stepwise approach, and encourage partnerships maintenance beyond program borders.