Natural Resource Management

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Project: Natural Resource Management

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Objective

Pasture, forest and wildlife resources are managed by local communities in an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable way.

Project description

Monitopia is increasingly affected by climate change. Rising temperatures accelerate desertification and water shortages. Usable natural resources, such as pasture, forests and wildlife are scarce. This is mainly due to mismanagement including overuse as well as illegal hunting and deforestation. Sustainable resource management is not a national priority and hardly known in local communities. The project therefore seeks to improve national legislation with regard to natural preservation and improvement in general.


Project key data

Status On-going
Start 11/10/2017
End 31/12/2022
Project number 12.345.678
Team leader Tom Tomson
Location
Colombia, Monotopian Street 2, 12345, Monoguas
Donor ABDC
Budget 3,000,000 EUR
Implementing partner(s) 1) Monitopian Farmers Association

2) The Healthy Forest Alliance

3) Greenpeace Monitopia
Beneficiaries Farmers and rural communities in Southern Monitopia


Responsibilities

Project John Johnson
Finance Tom Tomson
Communication Jack Jackson
Monitoring/Evaluation Tom Tomson

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Risks and assumptions

Description of risks (and assumptions)

If the country is political stable for the next 3-5 years we see no risks for our objectives.

Need for action? No


Tagging

Impact/contribution to SDGs

SDG 1 - No poverty
SDG 6 - Clean Water and Sanitation
SDG 7 - Affordable and Clean Energy
SDG 12 - Responsible Consumption and Production
SDG 13 - Climate Action
SDG 15 - Life on Land

Our contribution to the SDGs

Objective

Pasture, forest and wildlife resources are managed by local communities in an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable way. 

Project progress based on objective indicator progress



Project progress based on qualitative assessment


Current progress description

The planning phase has been completed and most activities are scheduled or piloted. Political support is good, but we expect challenges in the pasture management component. The activity package for wildlife management remains uncertain.

Project progress based on aggregated logframe levels / indicators

Objective

Pasture, forest and wildlife resources are managed by local communities in an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable way. 



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Reporting

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