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Numéro de projet/d'activité PD015/95 Rev.3 (F)
Intitulé DEVELOPMENT OF LANJAK-ENTIMAU WILDLIFE SANCTUARY AS A TOTALLY PROTECTED AREA - PHASE II
Agence d'exécution
FOREST DEPARTMENT OF SARAWAK (SFD)
Budget
ITTO: $1.261.780,00
JAPAN $961.780,00
SWITZERLAND $300.000,00
Project total budget: $2.240.440,00
Résumé
On the basis of a management plan prepared during Phase I, for an area of approximately 168,000 ha of unlogged lowland and hill forests located in the western interior of Sarawak, and contiguous with the Gunung Bentuang and Karimun Nature Reserve in West Kalimantan, Indonesia, the project intends to provide the following outputs as part of the main objective of establishing a Totally Protected Area, for the purpose of conservation of biological diversity and research into ecological processes relevant to sustainable forest management:

1. Provide and maintain the necessary infrastructure facilities, monitoring and research networks in the Sanctuary set aside under the Phase I;
2. Provide and update the necessary guidelines for long-term management;
3. Monitor and conserve biological diversity in the Sanctuary through protection, research, education and community consultation programs;
4. Provide technical and scientific training for local communities, Forest Department staff, students in forest ecology, animal and plant taxonomy, ethnobiology and other biodiversity-related fields; and
5. Provide and management model applicable to Gunung Bentuang and Karimun Nature Reserve at the Indonesian side.
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