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UNDP/GEF Main Streams of Life (MSL) Wetland PA System Strengthening for Biodiversity Conservation Programme. National Level Project Beijing, June 7th, 2012. THE BIG PICTURE: CHINA BIODIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP FRAMEWORK (CPBF).

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    1. UNDP/GEF Main Streams of Life (MSL)Wetland PA System Strengthening for Biodiversity Conservation Programme NationalLevel Project Beijing, June 7th, 2012

    2. THE BIG PICTURE:CHINA BIODIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP FRAMEWORK (CPBF) • UNDP/GEF CBPF: Framework for biodiversity conservation and sustainable use. • Strategic partnership-based approach for cooperation around CBPF’s partners projects. • Shift the national approach to biodiversity and more fully integrate it into development at all levels.

    3. “NOT THE FIRST UNDP-GEF WETLANDS PROJECT” UNDP-GEF- Government of China Project “Wetland Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use in China” (2009) • Objective: To establish wetland biodiversity conservation as a routine consideration in national, provincial and local government decision making and action (ca. US$15 Million) • Weaknesses: • Geographically very dispersed; • Ecosystem point of view very diverse (tidal mudflats, high elevation peat bogs, open wetlands); • Some of these systems (e.g. Ruoergai peat bogs) are extremely complex from an anthropological, social and economic point of view • Credibility loss as a result of its suspension in 2002 • Absenceof a well developed M&E system • Despite these Shortcomings: • Impressive information/data bases were set up; • Monitoring systems improved or put in place • Information made available at all levels; • Mechanism of policy dialogue and cooperation enhanced; • Staff at all levels were given specialised training or for study tours, national and international.

    4. UNDP/GEF MAIN STREAMS OF LIFE (MSL) WETLAND PA SYSTEM STRENGTHENING FOR BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION PROGRAMME - Sub-set of the CBPF Results Framework Goal: Catalyze the sustainability of the National Protected Area System for Conservation of Globally Significant Wetland Biodiversity “Long-term solution” to safeguard wetland biodiversity: to build a stronger PA system that has a far more robust governance framework to deliver improved conservation across the country. Barriers 1: Weak systemic and institutional capacity for effective PA management at the national, provincial and local levels. 2: Disconnect between PA planning and management and national development and sectoral planning plus low financial security 3: Insufficient availability and accessibility of information and data and insufficient awareness

    5. PROGRAMMATIC APPROACH: MSL A National-Level Project and Six Provincial Projects

    6. PROPOSED PPG ACTIVITIES

    7. HIGH COMPLEXITY: MANY MOVING PIECES M&E UNDP ProDoc GEF Council National Consultants International Consultants Provincial-Level Stakeholders Project Partners National-Level Stakeholders Budgets Time-Constraints Formats

    8. Results Framework (National-Level Project)

    9. DELIVERABLES OF THE NATIONAL-LEVEL PROJECT PREPARATION Technically cleared project documents and CEO endorsement request documents of the national policy project under the Programme, with all necessary information and annexes, including, inter alia; • Systemic and institutional capacity assessment; • Situation Analysis on National Development and Sector Planning Process; • Profiling of wetland PA sub-system and identification of priorities for consolidation; • Assessment of PA information and data management system; • WetlandBiodiversityHealthIndex; • Financial Sustainability Scorecard Assessment at the national and provincial and subprovinciallevelsforwetland PA sub-systemmanagement; • Management Effectiveness Tracking Tool (METT) assessment for the project; • Capacitydevelopmentscorecardassessments.

    10. TEAM OF THE NATIONAL-LEVEL PROJECT Dr. Gonzalo Castro de la Mata (International Consultant) Dr. Zhang Mingxiang (National Co-Leader) Dr. Yali Wen (Legal and InstitutionalCapacity) Dr. Lei Guangchun (Sector Planning)

    11. The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese

    12. CHALLENGES • MultipleClients (GOC, Provinces, GEF, UNDP, BD!) • ProducingPaperis a “MeanstoanEnd” • FeedingtheBeast: Do itbutDon’tgetExcited • KeeptheEyeontheBall: BD Impacts • Design a Project that can be Implemented • Design Targets that can be Achieved