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The Programme Steering Committee (PSC) is the highest governing body of the Kailash Sacred Landscape Conservation and Development Initiative (KSLCDI). It is composed of one representative from the governments of India, China and Nepal; heads of the lead partner agencies in each of those countries; and representatives from two donor agencies. The PSC meets annually on a rotational basis to assess KSLCDI’s progress, approve its annual operational plan, and provide guidance on the evolution of transboundary cooperation. It facilitates an enabling environment for the initiative to achieve key programme objectives and ensures well-functioning integrative processes and good governance of the programme at the regional level.
Transboundary Landscapes, Kailash Sacred Landscape
20 April 2018
01 January 1970
The sixth PSC meeting will be held on 20 April 2018 in Beijing, China, organized by Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Science, and ICIMOD. In 2017, KSLCDI completed its first five-year phase with several key achievements. As the initiative moves into its next phase, the PSC meeting will review KSLCDI’s past five-year achievements and discuss an action plan for the next five years.