Mongolia – Onon River Campaign Establishing Community-Based NRM. BRAVO: Barrier Removal Assessment and Viability Overview. A tool for assessing the feasibility and impact potential of Rare project plans. Economics. Technical.
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Mongolia – Onon River CampaignEstablishing Community-Based NRM
A tool for assessing the feasibility and impact potential of Rare project plans
Impact & Metrics
What: The Poverty Reduction through Community-Based Natural Resource Management aims to promote sustainable natural resource management (NRM) and to contribute to poverty reduction in rural Mongolia. These goals will be achieved through policy strengthening and implementation in support of sustainable NRM in the Onon River Basin by creating an enabling environment for community-driven poverty reduction. This BRAVO focuses on developing and building capacity in Community Based Organizations to effectively implement NRM strategies.
Who: Implementing Agency for this project is WWF Mongolia’s Asian Development Bank team that has been built exclusively to run these initiatives. Full funding is provided by the Asia Development Bank.
When:Project preparations have already begun and will continue over the course of 3.5 years. Many important trainings and materials will be developed in conjunction with the Pride campaign and presents greater opportunities for sustainability.
How: Funding in the amount of $2,000,000 for all components and for the duration of the project has already been approved and provided by Asian Development Bank.
Feasibility Score: 3.5
Impact Score: 3.5
Enter average scores in the right hand column. Then take the feasibility score and enter it into Miradi and the Impact score and enter it into Miradi. Where either score is below X for either feasibly or impact, consider the strategy to be inappropriate and assess the need to conduct a second BRAVO that reviews a different strategy.
List any risk factors, consequences and mitigation strategies that may need to be adopted.