The Char Development and Settlement Project Phase IV (CDSP IV) is the fourth phase in a series of projects that have been developing newly accreted land (chars) in Bangladesh for over two decades. CDSP IV started back in March 2011 and is co-financed by the Government of Bangladesh, the Government of the Netherlands, and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD).
The project activities of CDSP IV focus on the development of five new chars: Char Nangulia, Noler Char, Caring Char, Urir Char and Char Ziauddin. These encompass around 30,000 ha, with an estimated population of 155,000 persons in 28,000 households. The activities are divided under six project components: 1. Protection for Climate Change, 2. Climate-resilient Infrastructure, 3. Land Settlement and Titling, 4. Livelihood Support, 5. Field Level Institutions, and 6. Surveys and Studies, Operation and Maintenance.
This project website provides background and up to date progress information on the implementation of the project as it draws towards its completion date in March 2017. If you have questions, comments or feedback on the website, you can find our online contact form and other contact details here.
As of early March 2015 the CDSP IV Project website has been re-launched. Next to a significantly more user friendly interface,this new website features more detailed background information on the project, a news section, a project progress page and many other improvements.
Keep an eye out for upcoming project-related news, media and new progress updates, as we aim to refresh the websites content frequently.
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