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Lao People's Democratic Republic - Protected Area and Wildlife Project : indigenous peoples plan : Community Engagement Framework (CEF) (Inglês)

The Protected Area and Wildlife Project (PAW) for Lao People's Democratic Republic (PDR) aims to strengthen management systems for national protected areas conservation and for enforcement of wildlife laws. The Community Engagement Framework (CEF) for the project provides guidelines on how to engage, consult, support and monitor communities targeted in such a way that their livelihood is improved, and their role and benefits in the national protected areas (NPA) conservation is enhanced. Specific attention is given to involuntary resettlement of communities, especially indigenous people. The risks identified were: 1) limited government capacity to engage with people, particularly ethnic minorities; women and vulnerable groups; 2) livelihood support insufficient to enhance income streams of affected people; 3) incorrect NPA demarcation; 4) short-term negative impacts on vulnerable people, including ethnic groups and women; 5) restriction of access to and damage on physical and cultural resources; 6) strict compliance by other funding agencies or development partners; 7) perception of ethnic minorities about the project; 8) weak law enforcement and irregular monitoring and evaluation; 9) village consolidation; and 10) concessions granted to private developers to exploit minerals, harvest timbers and manage plantations inside or near NPAS.


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    Plano para os Povos Indígenas

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    República Democrática Popular do Laos,

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    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

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    Community Engagement Framework (CEF)

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