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Conservation of Afro-Montane Forest and Mountain Gorillas in a Landscape Context Final Report

By International Development Agency

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Title: Conservation of Afro-Montane Forest and Mountain Gorillas in a Landscape Context Final Report  
Author: International Development Agency
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Language: English
Subject: United Nations., United Nations. Centre for Economic and Social Information, AID project impact evaluation report
Collections: United Nations Library International Aid and Funding Collection
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Agency, I. D. (n.d.). Conservation of Afro-Montane Forest and Mountain Gorillas in a Landscape Context Final Report. Retrieved from http://members.worldebooklibrary.org/


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Excerpt: The international community has recognized the afro-montane forests of southwest Uganda and neighboring countries as one of the world?s most ecologically rich habitats (see project site map below). In addition to serving as home to the critically endanger ...

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY.............................................................................................1 II. INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................ 2 III. PROJECT RESULTS.................................................................................................... 8 IR1: Landscape level planning and monitoring approach applied to the GVL.................. 8 A. Expected results and implementation ....................................................................................... 8 B. Problems encountered ................................................................................................................. 9 C. Lessons learned ........................................................................................................................... 10 D. Sustainability ............................................................................................................................... 10 IR2: Key strategies for threat abatement............................................................................ 11 A. Expected results and implementation ..................................................................................... 11 B. Problems encountered ............................................................................................................... 13 C. Lessons learned ........................................................................................................................... 13 D. Sustainability ............................................................................................................................... 13 IR3: Regional frameworks strengthened............................................................................14 A. Expected results and implementation ..................................................................................... 14 B. Problems encountered ............................................................................................................... 14 C. Lessons learned ........................................................................................................................... 15 D. Sustainability ............................................................................................................................... 15 IR4: National and regional policies improved...................................................................15 A. Expected results and implementation ..................................................................................... 15 B. Problems encountered ............................................................................................................... 17 C. Lessons learned ........................................................................................................................... 17 D. Sustainability ............................................................................................................................... 17 IR5: Protected areas serving as ecological and economic core areas of the landscape ....17 IR5.1 Priority actions of Bwindi and Mgahinga GMPs implemented.......................................... 17 A. Expected results and implementation ..................................................................................... 17 B. Problems encountered ............................................................................................................... 18 C. Lessons learned ........................................................................................................................... 18 D. Sustainability ............................................................................................................................... 19 IR5.2 UWA management decisions strengthened by monitoring and research ......................... 19 A. Expected results and implementation ..................................................................................... 19 B. Problems encountered ............................................................................................................... 26 C. Lessons learned ........................................................................................................................... 27 D. Sustainability ............................................................................................................................... 27 IR6: Expanded economic opportunities for rural communities in GVL...........................28 IR 6.1 Opportunities for CBVs identified and developed ............................................................. 28 A. Expected results and implementation ..................................................................................... 28 B. Problems encountered ............................................................................................................... 35 C. Lessons learned ........................................................................................................................... 35 D. Sustainability ............................................................................................................................... 35 IR 6.2 GVL products and services effectively linked to regional and international markets.... 35 A. Expected results and implementation ..................................................................................... 35 B. Problems encountered ............................................................................................................... 35 C. Lessons learned ........................................................................................................................... 35 D. Sustainability ............................................................................................................................... 36 IV. CONCLUSION............................................................................................................36 V. ANNEXES....................................................................................................................38

 

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