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Engaging partners in the KBA process July 26, 2006. Lessons Learned from Building the China Ecopartners Network Philip Chou, China Program Officer. Partnership Building. Provide technical assistance – build capacity on database creation and management

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Engaging partners in the KBA process

July 26, 2006

Lessons Learned from Building the China Ecopartners Network

Philip Chou, China Program Officer

partnership building
Partnership Building
  • Provide technical assistance – build capacity on database creation and management
  • Coalition building and Consensus Building – workshops and presentations
  • Individualized contact – informal review meetings
strategy
Strategy
  • Start small and move in incremental steps
  • Create group ownership
  • Create positive influence geared toward conservation action
promoting data sharing
Promoting Data Sharing
  • Creating synergy amongst partners so that A + B > A + B (the sum is greater than the parts)
  • Move in a strategic step by step fashion
  • Build credibility amongst partners
enlarge database step by step
Enlarge database step by step

New

database

New

database

The bigger the database, the more attractive

what is a data sharing network

Solved

Data sharing

What is a Data Sharing Network

Data Analyzers

Data Collectors

Data Users/Policy Makers

B

A

C

D

E

Nature reserve staff,

Scientific institute

Inventory Survey; birders

tourist

… …

Local government,

Nature reserve

Conservation NGO

Scientific Institute

… …

Local government,

Nature reserve

Conservation NGO

  • Policy maker lacking info.
  • Data collectors without clear objective
  • Data Analyzers without data
  • Resource wasted on existing data
refine conservation outcomes 2004 4 2006 9

Effective Policy

& Action

IBA

GAA

Outcome Monitoring

Through

(SW China Eco-partners)

Harvard University

Peking University

CCICED

/IOZ.CAS

Yunnan Forest Department

CI China

CIB.CAS

WWF

Sichuan University

Sichuan Forest Academy

SouthWest Forestry University

TNC

PA ……

Refine conservation outcomes (2004/4 – 2006/9)

Define Conservation Outcomes

major achievements eco partners in sw china
Major Achievements: Eco-partners in SW China

Main challenge 2: Need lots of resource to maintain

  • 37 persons signed the Data Sharing Protocols, As individual or represent their institute
  • First time in this region to show the strong will of Sharing data.
  • First time to identify indicators to measure success in China.

“This is a real good beginning for all of us to measure whether our efforts in conservation in Southwest China are effective ”

Reported by “China Daily” 04/22/2005 page13

next step

China Blueprint

TNC/SEPA/GEF

Next step
  • TNC “Blue Print”
  • Using KBA methods
  • Workshop for standard monitoring methodology
  • Survey and integrate more information on freshwater (watershed), and plants
  • Work towards identification of Landscape level targets (watershed)
  • Birdlife IBAs
  • Refined IBAs and will meet to validate and collaborate
  • County Level Analysis for Entire Nation
  • A start for BIAs and major developmemt
  • IBAT
  • Corporate engagement tool
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