Forestry Officer / Dryland Program, FAO
Fidaa F. Haddad has more than 20 years' experience in the interface of dryland natural resource management. She has extensive experience in managing projects and initiatives involving public policy development, building local institutions and the incorporation of social and gender issues into resilience and development. Fidaa holds an MSc from the Derby University on Environmental management- Climate Change. Before Joining FAO, Fidaa was leading the regional dryland and livelihood Programs for IUCN West Asia regional Office. She is now leading the team in developing the Dryland Restoration Initiative Platform (DRIP) and serves as Secretary to the Committee on Forestry Working Group on Dryland Forests and Agrosilvopastoral Systems.
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Technology and innovation for restoration monitoring is rapidly advancing supported by developments in geospatial technology and imagery. If deployed effectively across critical landscapes, these technical solutions for restoration planning and monitoring can drive restoration actions on the ground and contribute significantly to meeting the ambitious targets of the restoration, biodiversity and climate agendas.
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