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2005

Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity on the South African Wild Coast

Afrique du Sud


Pays : South Africa

Organisme de financement : UNDP - United Nations Development Programme

Organisme d’exécution : Department of Environment and Tourism (DEAT)

Approuvé le : June 08, 2005

Finalité et objectifs

The project seeks to develop a representative PA estate on communally owned land along the Wild Coast of the Eastern Cape Province.

These protected areas will be managed under a range of co-management agreements between provincial, local and national authorities, local communities, and the private sector as suited to the management challenges facing different sites.

There are three main intervention areas :
1) strengthening the institutional framework for co-management ;
2) enhancing management effectiveness within a rationalized and more representative system of protected areas ;
3) developing a functioning network of effectively managed multiple resource use protected areas in active collaboration with local communities.

Informations financières

GEF Grant : 6.839 US$m
Cofin Amount : 24.318 US$m
Project Cost : 31.157 US$m

Lien vers le site GEF (Global Environment Facility)

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