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Sub-Regional Workshop for GEF Focal Points in Asia Hanoi, Vietnam 10-12 March 2010. Presented by: H.E. LONH HEAL, General Director Ministry of Environment, Cambodia. 1. Outline. Country Drivenness. Lessons learned. Future Cooperation. Country Drivenness.

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Sub regional workshop for gef focal points in asia hanoi vietnam 10 12 march 2010

Sub-Regional Workshop for GEF Focal Points in Asia Hanoi, Vietnam10-12 March 2010

Presented by:

H.E. LONH HEAL, General Director

Ministry of Environment, Cambodia

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Outline
Outline

Country Drivenness

Lessons learned

Future Cooperation


Country Drivenness

Conservation Areas Through Landscape Management in Northern Plains of Cambodia (CALM).


Duration implementing agency and funds
Duration, Implementing Agency and Funds

  • Duration: 8 Years (2005-2012)

  • Implementing Agency: Forest Administration (FA) and Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)

  • Funded By: UNDP/GEF, WCS, MDLF

    Total Amounts

  • Allocated Budget of UNDP-GEF PDF B: US$2,300,000.00

  • Co-financing of WCS: US$1.600.000.00

  • Financing estimation over 8 years: US$3,900,000.00


Threatening

Illegal Logging and hunting



Project activities and results
ProjectActivities and Results


Forest rangers activities forest administration officers and province armed forces
Forest Rangers ActivitiesForest Administration OfficersAnd Province Armed Forces

19/09/2014


Law enforcement
Law Enforcement

Preah Reach Kram No. NS.RKM 1296/36 dated 24 December 1996, Announcing to use the Law on the Environmental Protection and Natural Resources Management

Preah Reach Kram No. NS.RKM 0802/016 dated 31 August 2002, Announcing to use the Law on the Forestry

Preah Reach Kram No. NS.RKM 1296/36 dated 15 February 2008, Announcing to use the Law on the National Protection Areas


Increasing wildlife
Increasing Wildlife

White shoulder’s Ibis and Giant Ibis

Lesser Adjutant and Sarus Crane

White-ramped Vulture and Red-headed Vulture


Vulture feeding fields
Vulture Feeding Fields

  • Type of Vultures in Cambodia

  • White-ramped Vulture, Red headed Vulture and Brown Vulture (Resident)

  • Black Vulture and Himalaya Vulture (Immerged)

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Wildlife survey and monitoring activities
Wildlife Survey and Monitoring Activities

14 Birds were marked and 3 birds with PTT

  • Vulture Feeding Field

  • program 53 times

  • -PTT on the birds: 3 times

  • Number of Vultures

  • -Minimum: 1 Volume

  • -Maximize: 89 Volumes in Preah Vihea



Placement of automatic camera and wildlife monitoring
Placement of Automatic Camera and Wildlife Monitoring

Wild Ox

Elephant

Wild duck white wing

Buck

Wild Buffalo

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Education and training course
Education and Training Course

  • Promoting Forest’s Law to communities there are people,

  • polices, armed forces, solders, monks and students;

  • Providing awareness on Specific type of wildlife’s classifies

  • and its value

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Conservation activities
Conservation Activities

Water resources Protection and New Water Resources Creation:

-Repairing old flood dike in Dorng

Plet Village

-Make agreement with communities

on Stop using Natural water

resources by provide new wells


Tourism
Tourism

Veal Kruos, OKoKi and TmatBoey

Eco-tourism area

$30/Tourist

$8/Guide

$10/Night

$5/Cook

$5/Worker


Wildlife attracts tourism and helps sustain communities
Wildlife attracts Tourism and Helps Sustain Communities

Ecotourism is an opportunity for local communities and conservation to benefit from tourism.

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Permanent demarcation of forest areas
Permanent Demarcation of Forest Areas

  • Results:

  • 3085 Permanent Demarcation

  • Total Length : 70,803 m

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Outline

Country Drivenness

Lessons learned

Future Cooperation

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Lessons learned
Lessons learned

Lack of coordination between

project implementing agency and GEF Focal Point after project approval

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Outline

Country Drivenness

Lessons learned

Future Cooperation

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Future cooperation
Future Cooperation

  • GEF-5: Base on GEF-4 we are in the critical situation of Co-financing

  • Seeking the cooperation from GEFSEC and GEF Agencies in this matters base on Programmatic approach

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