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Numéro de projet/d'activité PD577/10 Rev.1 (F)
Intitulé MANAGEMENT OF THE EMERALD TRIANGLE PROTECTED FORESTS COMPLEX TO PROMOTE COOPERATION FOR TRANSBOUNDARY BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION BETWEEN THAILAND, CAMBODIA AND LAOS (PHASE III)
Statut COMPLETED
Agence d'exécution
FORESTRY ADMINISTRATION, CAMBODIA
RFD - ROYAL FOREST DEPARTMENT
Budget
ITTO: $2.051.039,00
JAPAN (JICA) $2.051.039,00
National counterpart: $568.402,00
Project total budget: $2.619.441,00
Résumé
The protected areas of the Emerald Triangle comprise habitats of a diversity of wildlife species. Large species, such as the wild elephant, banteng and tiger, are observed along the national borders and seasonally migrate across the tri-national boundaries. The Emerald Triangle has some of the most extensive unfragemented natural forests in Southeast Asia containing large numbers of globally threatened species as a last refuge for sixteen “critically Endangered” and “Endangered” species from the IUNC Red List.

The development objective of the phrase III project is to conserve trans-boundary biodiversity in the Emerald Triangle Protected Forests Complex situated between Thailand, Cambodia and Lao PDR in a framework of the trans-boundary biodiversity conservation area (TBCA). The specific objective of Phase III is to strengthen the protection of trans-boundary habitats of the protected wide-ranging wildlife species in the Emerald Triangle. Phase III will apply lessons learned in Phase II, as well as in Phase I, of the project and will address in a comprehensive manner those remaining limitations that impact the sustainability of biodiversity conservation and alternative livelihood impacts of project activities that will have been implemented through the project.
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