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Wetlands and Poverty Reduction Project Anglophone regional practitioners training course MODULE 1 WETLANDS AND INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT By Dalmas O. Oyugi, Lucy Iyango 5 MAY 2007 A Wetlands International project supported by DGIS. Lecture 5: setting objectives for

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Wetlands and poverty reduction project anglophone regional practitioners training course

Wetlands and Poverty Reduction ProjectAnglophone regional practitioners training course

MODULE 1WETLANDS AND INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENTBy Dalmas O. Oyugi, Lucy Iyango

5 MAY 2007A Wetlands International project supported by DGIS


Wetlands and poverty reduction project anglophone regional practitioners training course

Lecture 5:

setting objectives for

wetland management


Learning objectives

Learning objectives

Learning objectives


Wetlands and poverty reduction project anglophone regional practitioners training course

Definitions: Management planning

  • A set of processes that will help achieve mutually agreed objectives in the management of a resource

  • Developed with the full participation of the wetland resource users (direct and indirect) & covers a specific area e.g. Lake, river, National Park, forest, wetland or part of such are source


Wetlands and poverty reduction project anglophone regional practitioners training course

Definitions - Management planning cont’d

  • Is within the context “wise use” concept of the Ramsar Convention:

    • maintains the integrity of wetland

    • promotes socio-economic benefits

    • encourages sustainable use


Definitions adaptive management

Definitions – adaptive management

Definitions – adaptive management


Wetlands and poverty reduction project anglophone regional practitioners training course

Wetland management cycle and adaptive management


Functions of wetland management planning

Functions of wetland management planning

Functions of wetland management planning


Importance of wetland management planning

Importance of wetland management planning

Importance of wetland management planning


Wetlands and poverty reduction project anglophone regional practitioners training course

Management plan content


Management objectives

Management objectives

Management objectives


Development of management objectives steps

Development of management objectives - steps

Development of management objectives - steps


Development of management objectives steps1

Development of management objectives - steps

Development of management objectives - steps


Development of management objectives steps2

Development of management objectives - steps

Development of management objectives - steps


Wetlands and poverty reduction project anglophone regional practitioners training course

Wetland Management Planning Process - Uganda’s Case

Step 9: CWMP: agree on sanctions

Step 8: CWMP: develop WMP with a monitoring plan

Step7: CWMP: zone the planning area

Step 6: CWMP agree on management options

Step 5:CWMP: agree on objectives of CWMP

Step 4:CWMP: Analyze resources, users, abusers, conflicts

Step 3: CWMP: analyze stakeholder interests, any conflicts existing systems, roles & responsibilities

Step 2: agree on process, time-frame, output with stakeholders

Step 1: reconnaissance, identify and mobilize all stakeholders general resources (Human & equipment)-secure ownership

Step 0: identify planning area


Wetlands and poverty reduction project anglophone regional practitioners training course

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The wise use and management of wetlands has to be voluntarily and wholeheartedly supported, implemented by all stakeholders, through an agreed and owned management plan


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