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MINISTRY OF TOURISM, ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES. Forest Monitoring For REDD. “A Case of The Integrated Land-use Assessment (ILUA) - Zambia”. Presented By Abel M. SIAMPALE Senior Forestry Officer - ILUA. 9 – 12/06/2008, Bonn - Germany. PEOPLE. ECOSYSTEM.

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MINISTRY OF TOURISM, ENVIRONMENT

AND NATURAL RESOURCES

Forest Monitoring For REDD

“A Case of The Integrated Land-use Assessment (ILUA) - Zambia”

Presented By

Abel M. SIAMPALE

Senior Forestry Officer - ILUA

9 – 12/06/2008, Bonn - Germany


PEOPLE

ECOSYSTEM

1. Biophysical (Variables) Data

2. Socio-Economic (Variables) Data

Population Information

Accessibility to Services

Environmental Problems

Livestock production

General Land Management

Knowledge (Legislations)

Soils texture

and Drainage

Land use & Forest Types

Crop

Information

Forest Products and Services

ILUA ZAMBIA IN BRIEF (THE CROSS - SECTOR APPROACH)


STAKEHOLDERS INVOLVED IN ILUA

Lead Institution is Forestry Department, Ministry of Tourism, Environment and Natural Resources.

Collaborating Institutions:

  • Agriculture, (Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives).

  • Survey, (Ministry of Lands).

  • Central Statistical Office, (Ministry of Finance and National Planning).

  • ZAWA, (Zambia Wildlife Authority)

  • Fisheries

  • Water Affairs Department

  • University of Zambia

  • Copperbelt University

  • Local Government, (Councils)

  • Zambia Forestry College

  • NGOs


THE SAMPLING DESIGN FOR THE ILUA IN ZAMBIA


ILUA DATA - ZAMBIA

Forest Inventory Data

Spatial Information

DATABANK

Attribute

Data

Base

Spatial

Data

Base

  • Biophysical Data

  • Poverty Alleviation

  • Access to Resources

  • Bio-energy & Environment

  • Land Cover maps

  • Land Use maps

  • “Resource maps”

  • Sustainability maps

C1

C2

THE INFORMATION PRODUCTS FOR ILUA - ZAMBIA


Extent and Potential of Forest Sector


“INFO PROD 1 – ACCESS TO RESOURCES, LAND OWNERSHIP IN ZAMBIA”


Major Household Activities among the Sample Households


Livestock-Related PolicyDomains

MACROECONOMIC POLICIES

I. Reducing vulnerability

land – water – feed – risk-coping

Policies

promoting

pro-poor

livestock

sector

development

II. Creating conditions for growth

services – credit – markets

III. Sustaining growth

food safety – competitiveness – environment

Source: ILUA Policy Workshop – Dr. T. Kalinda


Level of Agricultural Input Utilization

Policy implications in terms of:

  • Promoting higher utilization of inputs like fertilizer among smallholder farmer to enhance productivity and conservation of land and forest resources

  • Credit and Extension provision

  • Facilitation of private sector participation through infrastructure development

Source: ILUA Policy Workshop – Dr. T. Kalinda


Forest Disturbance Level (Based Forest Inventory Assessments)


Pattern of Forest Harvesting (Based on Responses From Household Data


WAY FORWARD WITH ILUA

  • Establishing a national database on the land use resources - contribute to sustainable natural resource management

  • Support the establishing of a long-term resource monitoring system across multiple sectors (institutionalizing ILUA to provide detailed data to REDD)

  • Support dissemination of reliable and update information on land use to policy and decision makers and the general public.

  • Identify social, cultural, environmental and economic aspects of land use and land use change to address a number of issues such as climate change, floods, land degradation, deforestation, research, etc

  • To stimulate the implementation of best practice guidelines (reclassification of protected areas) in fire management, timber harvesting, tree planting, carbon accounting, etc.

  • Strengthen positive synergies across sectors

  • Encourage value augmenting activities, wildlife ranching, eco-tourism, carbon markets and trading ,etc

  • Improve on scientific approaches to data generation (local modeling) and capacity building within FD


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