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Capacity Building on the Application of Landscape Approach to Support the Sustainable Natural Resources Management in Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Philippines and Singapore

Short Title: BIPS Project
Funding Source: ASEAN-Republic of Korea Forest Cooperation
Sector: Forestry
Status: Ongoing
Region Covered: Central Luzon
Project Site: Region III - Zambales (Candelaria) View Map
Project Cost (USD M): 0.21415
Start Date: March 1, 2016
End Date: March 31, 2019
Description:

Specific to each BIPS country, this Project will be implemented within the context of differentiated environmental and developmental concerns which cut across the different ecosystems, as follows: Brunei Darussalam – Beach Forest; Indonesia - Peat Swamp Forests; Philippines – Natural Forest; Singapore – Urban Forest. The Philippines’ Project aims to facilitate the restoration of degraded forestland thru Assited Natural Regeneration (ANR) by capacitating the concerned stakeholders within the identified Project Area. Read factsheet....

Coastal Zone Profiling of Sarangani Bay Protected Seascape

Short Title: SBPS
Funding Source: Special Project Fund
Sector: Biodiversity
Status: Completed
Region Covered: SOCCSKSARGEN
Project Site: Region XII - Sarangani, General Santos City View Map
Project Cost (USD M): 0.04
Start Date: January 1, 2016
End Date: December 31, 2016
Description:

The Coastal Zone Profiling of Sarangani Bay Protected Seascape is a one-year project being implemented by DENR Region 12 in cooperation with partner LGUs, and with technical support of the University of the Philippines-Marine Science Institute (UP-MSI), and National Institute of Physics. For this Project, the areas for Strict Protection Zones (critical habitats, restoration and rehabilitation areas) and Multi-Use Zones (dive sites for ecotourism, areas for fry gathering, mariculture, fishing and for other livelihood activities) are being intensively identified for purposes of coming up with appropriate and clear decision for the management of SBPS, vis-à-vis, harmonized plans and programs, increased collection of Integrated Protected Area Fund (IPAF), delineated foreshore areas for its management improvement, and formulation of dive ecotourism code. Moreover, the Project is envisioned to serve as a model for the completion of the 33 NIPAS Marine KBAs database. Read factsheet....

Community-Based Forest and Mangrove Management Project in Panay and Negros

Short Title: CBFMMP
Funding Source: KfW
Sector: Forestry
Status: Completed
Region Covered: Western Visayas, Central Visayas
Project Site: Region VI – Aklan (Kalibo, Tangalan, Batan, Malinao, New Washington), Antique (San Remegio, Sibalom, Tibiao, Patnongon, Sebaste), Capiz (Pilar, Dumarao, Sapian), Iloilo (Dingle, San Dionisio, Maasin, San Joaquin, Carles), Negros Occidental (Kabankalan, Ilog, Cauayan, Candoni); Region VII - Negros Oriental (Bindoy, Bayawan, Sibulan) View Map
Project Cost (USD M): 13.64
Start Date: January 1, 2009
End Date: December 31, 2015
Description:

The CBFMMP is in line with Executive Order 263 declaring Community Based Forest Management (CBFM) as the national strategy to ensure sustainable development of the country’s forest resources. Adopting the CBFM approach, the project shall pioneer an innovative financing mechanism that is designed to encourage sustainable resource management through investment packages that dovetail livelihood/infrastructure development measures with natural resource management initiatives. Read factsheet....

Conflict-Sensitive Resource and Asset Management - Indigenous Practices for Conservation of Biodiversity (COSERAM - IP4Biodiv) Program Phase 2

Short Title: IP4Biodiv
Funding Source: GIZ
Sector: Biodiversity
Status: Ongoing
Region Covered: Northern Mindanao, Davao Region, Caraga Region
Project Site: Region X - Bukidnon (Malaybalay City); Region XI - Davao Oriental; Region XIII - Agusan del Norte View Map
Project Cost (USD M): 5.14
Start Date: January 1, 2015
End Date: December 31, 2018
Description:

The program enables implementing partners to reinforce a PA management approach through conserving biodiversity with participation of indigenous groups and incorporation of indigenous knowledge to develop methods for inclusive management and replicate these in other areas to be incorporated by national policies and guidelines. Read factsheet....

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