Biodiversity conservation and sustainable management of important biological landscapes

Funding Information
(USD)
Total Actual Commitment:
4,130,686 USD
Total Planned Commitment:
0 USD
Total Actual Disbursements:
4,408,505 USD
Total Planned Disbursements:
0 USD
Unallocated Disbursements:
-277,818 USD
TOTAL EXPENDITURES:
4,408,505 USD USD
Additional Information
Project Created By:
zslnoff@amp.org
Project Modified By:
zslnoff@amp.org
Project Created On:
09/14/2021
Created in workspace:
Zoological Society of London Nepal Office -Team
 
Identification
Project Title: 
Biodiversity conservation and sustainable management of important biological landscapes VALIDATED
ID: 
87238117723912

IATI Identifier: 


Gender Marker: 
Neutral

Climate Change Relevance: 
Highly relevant

Status:  On-Going
Budget Head: 
Status Reason: 

 


Input: 
  1. Landscape level biodiversity strengthened through effective management of protected areas and state forest.
  2. Protection of biodiversity ensured sustainably with strong community support and involvement

Outputs: 
  1. Identification of current status of forest, biodiversity and socio-economic condition supports implementation of appropriate measures for improved management and conservation
  2. Scientifically Informed forest and biodiversity conservation system implemented in identified critical sites
  3. Capacity of the management authorities and local communities enhanced to improve the management effectiveness of critical sites
  4. Cooperation between multi stakeholders of biodiversity conservation improved through information sharing at regional, national and international level
  5. Infrastructure of PAs and National Forest Improved
  6. Improved law enforcement through implementation of adaptive tools
  7. Increase in detection of illegal activities through use of conservation technology and strengthened intelligent network
  8. Increase in communities’ stewardship to forest and biodiversity reduces illegal wildlife trade
  9. Enhanced traditional knowledge of community on ecology and its sustainable use supports maintenance of healthy ecosystem
  10. Restoration of degraded forest and critical corridors
  11. Increased awareness of human wildlife conflict (HWC) issues among stakeholders
  12. Communities enabled to tackle human wildlife conflict issues reduces the incidence of human wildlife conflict
  13. Effective compensation mechanism and insurance schemes reduces the incident of human wildlife conflict
  14. Institutional and community capacity in rescue and rehabilitation of problematic animals reduces incident of human wildlife conflict
  15. Institutional capacity development of community based organizations improves the sustainable management and conservation of forest
  16. Promotion of alternative livelihood options improves the economic status of communities
  17. Enhanced capacity of local communities to adopt alternatives livelihood option
  18. Integrated watershed management practice increases the communities’ capacity to adopt to climate change
  19. Awareness and understanding increased of climate change issues among communities

Outcome:
  1. Improved management effectiveness of PAs, national forest, corridors and community forest   supports improved status of forest and biodiversity
  2. Improved law enforcement in national forest and PAs reduces illegal activities including poaching and illegal logging
  3. Participatory conservation approach in place supports restoration of ecological services in degraded forest and corridors
  4. Multi-dimensional measures for prevention and mitigation of human wildlife conflicts (HWC) reduces the impact of increased wildlife in biodiversity hotspots and corridors.
  5. Improved wellbeing of communities supports sustainable management and conservation of forest and biodiversity
  6. Appropriate measures in place to adopt climate change supports long term conservation of biodiversity

Impact: 

Improved biodiversity conservation supports sustainable development for local communities across important biological landscapes.



Budget Type:
Off Budget

Treasury Type:


Humanitarian Aid: No

Planning

Date of Agreement:  11-07-2017
Date of effectiveness:  11-07-2017
Proposed Start Date:  11-07-2017
Actual Start Date:  11-07-2017
Planned Completion Date:  11-06-2023
Location
[Province 2] 17.0%

[Sudurpashchim Pradesh] 30.0%

[Gandaki Pradesh] 7.0%

[Bagmati Pradesh] 19.0%

[Province 1] 4.0%

[Province 5] 23.0%

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National Plan
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Macroeconomic Policy and Economic Development Policy]   [Forest and Soil Conservation] 100.0%
Sectors

PRIMARY SECTORS
Nepal Sector Classification - FOREST (100.0)%


Implementing/Executing Agencies

Donor Organization: 
  • Zoological Society of London Nepal Office

Counterpart Ministry : 
  • Ministry of Forests and Environment 100.0 %

Executing Agency: 
  • Zoological Society of London Nepal Office 100.0 %

Implementing Agency: 
  • Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation 30.0 %
  • Ministry of Forests and Environment 10.0 %
  • NGOs 60.0 %
Funding
Zoological Society of London Nepal Office
Transaction Type Transaction Date Type Of Assistance Mode Of Payment Post Earthquake Assistance Aid Type Financing Instrument Amount
Actual Commitment 11-07-2017 Grant Aid Reimbursable No NORMAL CASE Project Support 4,130,686 USD
Sub Total Actual Commitment: 4,130,686 USD
Sub Total Planned Commitment: 0 USD
Actual Disbursement 11-07-2017 Grant Aid Reimbursable No NORMAL CASE Project Support 4,408,505 USD
Sub Total Actual Disbursement: 4,408,505 USD
Sub Total Planned Disbursement: 0 USD
UNDISBURSED BALANCE: -277,818 USD
Expenditure 11-07-2017 Grant Aid Reimbursable No NORMAL CASE Project Support 4,408,505 USD
Progress Achieved

Progress Achieved: 

 


Key Problems: 

 


Steps Taken to solve the problem: 

 


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