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Número de proyecto/actividad PD289/04 Rev.1 (F)
Nombre MANAGEMENT OF THE EMERALD TRIANGLE PROTECTED FORESTS COMPLEX TO PROMOTE COOPERATION FOR TRANSBOUNDARY BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION BETWEEN THAILAND, CAMBODIA AND LAOS (PHASE II)
Organismo ejecutor
DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE, CAMBODIA
ROYAL FOREST DEPARTMENT (RFD)
Presupuesto
ITTO: $688.208,00
BPF-A JAPAN $368.208,00
SWITZERLAND $300.000,00
USA $20.000,00
National counterpart: $863.735,00
Project total budget: $1.551.943,00
Resumen
This proposed project constitutes the second phase of PD 15/00 Rev.2 (F): "Management of the Phatam Protected Forests Complex to Promote Cooperation for Trans-boundary Biodiversity Conservation between Thailand, Cambodia and Laos (Phase I)”, which is nearing completion. Phase II will extend the lessons learned from Phase I to Cambodia and Laos, while activities in Thailand will focus on biodiversity conservation.

This project aims to conserve trans-boundary biodiversity in the Emerald Triangle Protected Forests Complex situated between Thailand, Cambodia and Lao PDR in the framework of a trans-boundary biodiversity conservation area (TBCA). Its specific objectives are a) to strengthen cooperation between Thailand, Cambodia and Laos for biodiversity conservation in the respective trans-boundary conservation areas, b) to enhance protection measures and monitoring of the biological resources along the tri-national borders, and c) to strengthen the involvement of local communities and stakeholders to ensure sustainable use and management of natural resources both in community enclaves within the conservation areas and in the buffer zones.

The expected outputs of the project are:

- A management structure for cooperation at local and national levels for TBCA adopted by the three countries and operational;
- TBCA activities implemented by the three countries;
- Human resource capacity in biodiversity conservation and management strengthened;
- Law enforcement and protection measures strengthened;
- Research programs on wide-ranging species and ecological processes in the proposed corridor carried out and results published;
- Local community fora and network established and strengthened in selected community enclaves and in the buffer zone;
- Integrated Conservation and Development Program (ICPD) or Community Livelihood Development Program (CLDP) activities carried out in the Emerald Triangle's buffer zone through pilot funds; and
- Nature-based tourism activities established and expanded.
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