|LC Classifications||QH77.V5 P76 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||2001306145|
and often costly lessons learned project with an outside leader or team, but instead the process is embedded within the project plan, and is carried out by the project manager or internal designee. This approach is far less resource-intensive. Table 1. Simplified, integrated process for capturing lessons learned from project onsetFile Size: 1MB. This book documents the proceedings of the Primary Environmental Care workshop in Siena, Italy. The conference was organised by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Instituto Superiore di Sanita and the Second World Conservation Strategy Project. Initiatives to link rural development and species conservation, known as integrated conservation-development projects (ICDPs), have been launched with considerable fanfare and funding around the world. It is not difficult to build a school here, a health clinic there, or to improve the odd road. The lessons learned from decades of rural Cited by: Carbon sequestration projects through land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) activities could demonstrate a win-win situation from the point of view of climate change and sustainable development. Under the current rules of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of the Kyoto Protocol the activities are limited to afforestation and reforestation. Properly designed, these projects.
A one-day National Workshop on Lessons Learned for Integrated Planning was held on 9th August, , at Chrismar Hotel, Livingstone, Zambia. The workshop was attended by over planners (socio economists, environmentalists and physical planners) working at the policy-practice interface from across Zambia representing the Government, NGOs and private companies. An intensive three-day workshop on the experience of the Tanga Coastal Zone Conservation and Development Programme in “action planning” was convened in Tanga, Tanzania in August The workshop is one of a series of activities to harvest the experience and lessons learned from the programme as it completes its second phase. SNV () Proceedings of Integrated Conservation and Development Projects Lessons Learned Workshop. Hanoi, Vietnam: SNV, WWF and IUCN. Sunderlin, W. & Ba, Huynh Thu () Poverty Alleviation and Forests in Vietnam. This approach is especially associated with integrated conservation and development projects-implemented in the s and s as a central strategy for conservation-though remains broadly relevant. These development activities have taken a range of forms, especially economic alternatives to use of resources in protected areas, though also.
into a development strategy that has become increasingly formalised as “community-based natural resource management” (CBNRM), combining rural development, local empowerment, and nature conservation. Led by new ideas about the merits of decentralized, collective resource governance regimes, and creative field experiments such. At the most basic level, project lessons learned are the tangible result of an executed "project review", taking the project experience, in whole or part, and breaking it down into actionable conclusions about what went right, what went wrong, and what could be done better. But these lessons won't amount to much if they are not properly integrated into an "institutional body of knowledge" and. The workshop had the following objectives in relation to CB-MSs: • Share experience between Indonesia and the Philippines • Discuss results of the Philippine focus group sessions and field research • Discuss lessons learned concerning success at a given site and for promoting institutional replication in . Integrated conservation and development projects (ICDPs) They wanted to improve the quality of life of rural people through projects that integrated the management of natural resources with economic development. Today there are around ICDPs (1-Hughes and Flintan ).