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Ghana - GEF Forest Biodiversity Sil (fy98) (Inglês)

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2008/08/16

  • TIpo de documento

    Revisão do Relatório de Conclusão da Implementação

  • No. do relatório

    ICRR12892

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Gana,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2016/09/28

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Ghana - GEF Forest Biodiversity Sil (fy98)

  • Palavras-chave

    globally significant biodiversity areas;inequitable distribution of resources;sound natural resource management;social and economic development;Participation and Civic Engagement;sustainable natural resource management;biodiversity conservation activities;tropical moist forest;management of forest;national forest inventory;small scale enterprise;biodiversity conservation objective;development of forest;compensation for loss;improved land use;access to forest;assessment of achievement;biodiversity conservation priorities;Education and Development;management of wildlife;local community involvement;critical natural habitats;public awareness activity;measures of efficiency;internal control system;flora and fauna;adverse environmental impact;renewable natural resource;allocation of right;community resource management;high forest biodiversity;alternative livelihood projects;coherent environmental policy;resource use pattern;loss of habitat;threat to wildlife;decentralization of management;tropical forest ecosystem;protected area;forest reserve;project costing;biological resource;Loan to Turkey;genetic diversity;government ownership;subsequent phase;park fee;environmental agency;incremental cost;FC Budget;budget support;timber forest;project impact;Natural Resources;rural population;critical habitat;ecological security;conservation measure;endemic species;baseline data;sustainable production;sustainable management;forestry sector;baseline study;plantation development;government commitment;illegal logging;biodiversity value;qualified professional;important policy;donor grant;government support;counterpart funding;beneficiary survey;commercial harvest;agency budget;development partner;Government Performance;outcome indicator;timber production;cost breakdown;concrete pillar;tracking system;environmental regulation;fire break;alternative development;harvesting right;research institutions;monitoring activity;reserve management;community level;biodiversity component;severe problems;change cost;community-based activities;operational strategy;rural area;satellite imagery;extensive consultation;poverty drive;political will;insecure property;timber operations;economic rent;timber extraction;regulatory regime;land issue;beneficiary assessment;large bank;quality rating;cost information;sound management;endangered species;community management;project's impact;institutional risk;managerial problem;remote sensing;local demand;commodity chain;conservation international;donor coordination;environmental program;conservation effort;Land tenure;national policy;forest policies;conservation biology;regulatory environment;wildlife resource;resource destruction;forest regulation;inadequate fund;timber industry;water supplies;district assembly;community-based conservation;local livelihoods;generally well;site preparation;community base;monitoring program;project finance;integrated management;operational planning;ongoing work;conservation priority;reserved forest;wildlife parks;outcome targets;forest margins;important sites;baseline survey;project datum;deforested area;biodiversity resource;social surveys;finance program;large mammal;Financing programmes;production system;Management Systems;environmental soundness;systematic evaluation;tree species;dry forest;forest block;market demand;agronomic practice;giant snail;wildlife reserve;reserve forest;middle management;global environment;mining activity;agricultural commodity;timber exploitation;ecosystem approach;rural community;reserve boundary;conservation area;sustainable use;agricultural intensification;international environmental;vested interests;legislative process;bridging finance;central treasury;employment generation;external funding;individual right;human disturbance;hunting pressure;perverse incentives;local capacity;budget constraint;operational activity;financial resource;financially self;gestation period;failure rate;illegal poaching;local ngo;field staff;statistical data;chronic illness

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