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SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL PRACTICES AT CAMP SITES IN SOUTHERN JORDAN FOR THE PROPOSED CAMP SITE ECOLOGICAL STANDARDS FINAL REPORT PUBLIC ACTION FOR WATER, ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT PROJECT PROSPERITY, LIVELIHOODS AND CONSERVING ECOSYSTEMS (PLACE) IQC TASK ORDER #5 Report no. 13 Ju n e 2011 Th is r ep o r t w as p r o d u ced f o r r eview b y t h e Un it ed St at es Ag en cy f o r In t er n at io n al Develo p m en t . It w as p r ep ar ed b y ECODIT f o r Public Action Project for Water, Energy and Environment project, Task Or d er No . EPP-I-05-06-00010-00. AUTHORITY Prepared for USAID/Jordan under Prosperity, Livelihoods and Conserving Ecosystems (PLACE) Indefinite Quantity Contract number…show more content…
USAID/Jordan 2011 - Final Report on SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL PRACTICES AT CAMPSITES IN SOUTHERN JORDAN FOR THE PROPOSED CAMPSITES ECOLOGICAL STANDARDS PAGE II TABLE OF CONTENTS AUTHORITY ............................................................................................................ I PREFACE ................................................................................................................. II TABLE OF CONTENTS................................................................................. III 1.0 INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................... 1 1.1 STATEMENT OF NEEDS ...................................................................................................... 1 1.2 TRIP OBJECTIVES ............................................................................................................. 2 1.3 TEAM MEMEBERS ............................................................................................................ 2 2.0 METHODOLOGY ..................................................................................... 3 2.1 FIELD OBSERVATIONS ...................................................................................................... 3 2.2 INFORMATION GATHERED FROM FIELD MEETINGS:
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