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Project/activity ID PD438/06 Rev.2 (F)
Title SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT FOR THE FOREST PRODUCTION AREA OF THE NORTHERN AND NORTHEASTERN REGIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ANTIOQUIA, COLOMBIA
Status COMPLETED
Budget
ITTO: $547.917,00
National Counterpart: $624.556,00
Project Total budget: $1.172.473,00
Summary
This project proposal is the main output of Pre-project PPD 86/03 Rev. 1 (F) “Formulation of a Sustainable Forest Management Project for the Production Forest Area in the Northern and North-Eastern Regions of the Department of Antioquia, Colombia”.

The project envisages achieving sustainable forest management in a forest area covering the 277,123 hectares of the Magdalena Medio Forest Reserve situated in the municipalities of Nechi, El Bagre, Zaragoza, Segovia and Remedios, in Antioquia. Overall, it aims to contribute towards the integrated socioeconomic development and environmental protection of the North and Northeast Regions of the Department of Antioquia. More specifically, it intends to launch a participatory forest management process to foster the rational use of production forests and environmental protection with a view to reaching a consensus-based vision among key stakeholders regarding the use and sustainable management of the Magdalena Medio Forest Reserve. To this end, the project will develop and implement a Management Plan for the Reserve, train forest workers, forest owners, loggers, assistants and carriers, and support the strengthening of local forest organisations, as well as providing awareness-raising services regarding the advantages of forest management certification.

The main outputs expected, amongst others, are:
- A consensus-based vision amongst all stakeholders for the integrated management of natural resources in the region developed;
- A forest management regulation plan developed and implemented for 277,123 hectares of forest lands in accordance with the new 2006 Forestry Law; and
- Efficient forest harvesting systems by most forest operators adopted.
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