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[others] THE EMERALD TRIANGLE TRANS-BOUNDARY BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION PROJECT
Author Admin Date 2015.04.08 Views 633
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General Information Project/Program Project
Project Name THE EMERALD TRIANGLE TRANS-BOUNDARY BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION PROJECT
Duration Oct 2001-Dec 2004 (first phase), 2008-2010 (second phase), 2012-2015(current, third phase)
Donor etc
Implementiong Organization Forestry Administration
Sector and/or Subsector Classification Others
Region All regions surrounding the Mekong River
Financing N.I.
Analytical Information Stakeholders A National Project Steering Committee (NPSC), National Project Technical Committee (NPTC), Field Management Unit (FMU), Forestry Administration and local communities, 256 participants in Chaes, Chunh and Robunh villages, Asian Development Bank, Forestry Administration, Global Alliance for People and the Environment, International Court of Justice, International Tropical Timber Organization, International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Japanese International Cooperation Agency, Non-governmental Organization, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Wildlife Conservation Society, Wildlife Protection Office, World Wildlife Fund
Cross-cutting Issue Environment According to the report, "project limitations remained including periodic border conflicts between Thailand and Cambodia setback achievements to some extent as well as non-participation of Lao PDR in the project except the second PSC meeting."
Gender There is no information regarding gender in the report.
Impact Analysis The project aligns with the Protected Forest and the new Forestry Law and Convention on Biological Diversity 2020
Effectiveness Ownership/Partnership Evaluation Main consulting group members are community leaders as well as commune, district and provincial authorities, military officers and Forestry Administration officers at triage, division and cantonment levels.
Rating 4/5
Policy Coherence/Harmonization Evaluation There is no information regarding policy coherence in the completion report of Phase II.
Rating N.A.
Evaluation Framework Evaluation According to the report, "consultations were carried out on a regular basis to ensure effective and efficient implementation of project activities. Summaries of the implementation of the project activities had been regularly featured in the Cambodia Forestry and Wildlife Magazine which has published for every six months"
Rating 4/5
Alignment/Composition of Finance Evaluation There is no information regarding alignment/ composition of finance in the completion report of Phase II.
Rating N.A.
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