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Africa and Madagascar Regional Program. Africa and Madagascar Regional Program- Strategic Goals by 2012. SO 1 & 2 Identify all the terrestrial and marine KBAs in Hotspots, HBWAs and 2 sea-scapes Advance on definition and identification of freshwater KBAs

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africa and madagascar regional program strategic goals by 2012
Africa and Madagascar Regional Program- Strategic Goals by 2012
  • SO 1 & 2
    • Identify all the terrestrial and marine KBAs in Hotspots, HBWAs and 2 sea-scapes
    • Advance on definition and identification of freshwater KBAs
    • Implement conservation investment directly or through partners in all Hotspots, HBWAs and 2 seascapes
      • Support extension of community engagement strategy piloted in Cape and Succulent Karoo into Maputaland-Pondoland Albany Hotspot
      • Ensure that CEPF investment in Afromontane Highlands and Mediterranean Basin has progressed to investment phase and KBAs are identified
      • Launched partner-led KBA definition in East African Coastal Forests
      • Attracted sufficient investment for KBA definition in Horn of Africa and conducted desk study
    • Invest directly or through partners in all AZE sites
  • SO 3
    • Complete terrestrial vertebrate threatened species assessments
    • Identify conservation strategies for species occurring beyond site scale
    • Advance on marine and freshwater species assessments
    • Invasive species risk assessment for African Islands
    • Conservation plan for large vertebrates in Horn of Africa involving Middle Eastern partners
africa and madagascar program strategic goals by 2012
Africa and Madagascar Program Strategic Goals by 2012
  • Develop a network of conservation and development partners to implement conservation and human well being activities across continent
  • Create CBCs in Southern Africa, Congo Basin and West Africa
  • Launched Biodiversity Training Network with conservation training centers in east, west and southern Africa
  • Climate change focal points in West Africa, Congo Basin, Southern Africa and Madagascar/IOI, led by policy center in South Africa CBC
  • Establish a network of CBC fundraisers tasked with financial sustainability
  • Establishing early warning system for the identification of emerging threats to KBAs
partnerships
Partnerships

Long-term Strategy

Africa and Madagascar

southern africa wilderness program1
Southern Africa Wilderness Program

Strategic Outcomes 1

Strategic Outcome 3

Lower Orange River TFCA: By end-2010, linking a chain of disconnected protected areas under one Joint Management Plan by expanding the existing Ai-Ais Richtersveld Transfrontier Park into a much larger TFCA, thereby ensuring harmonized management across almost the entire Succulent Karoo Biome.

WKCC: By end-2010, to establish effective conservation corridors linking Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and Central Kalahari Game Reserve and are managed according to a comprehensive management plan.

KAZA TFCA: By end-2009, to have established a four-nation conservation corridor along the Kwando River which allows free movement of wildlife between Botswana through Namibia and into Angola and Zambia, with key conservation actions aligned between countries.

Globally threatened species in Miombo Mopane HBWA: By end-2012, to achieve the land use planning, policy implementation, conservation actions and economic viability for sustainable populations of key threatened species.

FY09: $200,000

Overall: $1 million (Planning & Initial implementation)

FY09: $350,000

Overall: $2 million

FY09: $150,000

Overall: $1 million

FY09: $646,000

Overall: $2,6 million

To be determined

9 sites (Nine)

6 sites (six)

6 sites (six)

  • Sioma Ngwezi N P
  • Kwando Comm. Cons.
  • Luiana Partial Reserve
  • Richtersveld WHS
  • Ai Ais Richtersveld TFP
  • Sperrgebiet N P
  • Kgalagadi TFP
  • Central Kalahari G R
  • Intervening WMAs
  • Multiple plant species
  • Multiple bird & mammal spp
  • Multiple other species

Long-term Strategy

Southern Africa Wilderness

southern africa wilderness program2
Southern Africa Wilderness Program

Strategic Outcome 4

Miombo Mopane HBWA: By June 2010, to have completed full Outcomes Definition and Conservation Prioritization within MM HBWA, by way of CI collaborating with an alliance of partners, thereby establishing the foundation for a strategic and optimized conservation approach across a major important biome of Africa

FY09: None committed

Overall: $ 1 million

5 (Five)

  • Output: Completed regional policy changes needed for conservation outcomes success, as defined by action plan.
  • Establish an alliance of partners to collaborate in resource acquisition to enable a process of Outcomes Definition and Conservation Prioritization in Miombo Mopane HBWA.
  • Develop, collate, and establish the knowledge base required for meaningful process of Outcomes Definition and Conservation Prioritization
  • Facilitate a process of collaborative development of Outcomes Definition and Conservation Prioritization in MM HBWA
  • Output: Necessary regional ownership of the conservation initiative and public support for its conservation objectives.
  • Engage with regional bodies (SADC), national (govt) and local authorities and stakeholders to achieve acceptance and support for collective implementation of policies and actions MM HBWA

Long-term Strategy

Southern Africa Wilderness

partnerships1
Partnerships

Long-term Strategy

Southern Africa Wilderness

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Southern Africa Wilderness Program

FY09 Activities/Initiatives:

  • SO1-Corridors
  • KAZA TFCA: 1. Prioritize KBA & Ecosystem Services
      • 2. Develop Transboundary Natural Resource Management Plans
      • LOR TFCA: 1. Develop an Integrated Conservation & Development Plan
      • 2. Establish regional conservation partnerships
      • WKCC: 1. Conduct baseline socio-economic and biodiversity surveys
      • 2. Produce a Tourism Management Plan
  • SO3-Species
      • Wild dog studies in WKCC
      • Conflict mitigation (predator) studies in WKCC
      • Define key corridors in KAZA
  • SO4-Sustainability
      • 1. Establish a Partnership Alliance for MM HBWA
      • 2. Develop fund-raising strategy for MM HBWA

FY09 Overview

Southern Africa Wilderness

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Congo Forests High Biodiversity Wilderness Area *

SO1s :5.9 million ha of biodiversity habitat in three corridors are functioning and sustainable by 2011

Kokolopori Bonobo: Consolidate this 400k ha Corridor by 2009. Central DRC

Maiko Tayna Kahuzi-Biega: Consolidate this 2.8 mil ha corridor by 2011. Eastern DRC.

Monte Alen – Monts de Cristal: Consolidate this 2.7 mil ha corridor by 2011. EG and Gabon

CI FY09 Financial investment: $1,411,671

GCF FY09 Financial investment: $114,000

CI FY09 Financial investment: $490,647

8 sites (macro-zones)

1 site

7 sites (macro-zones)

  • Maiko National Park
  • UGADEC community zone (including Tayna & Kisimba NRs)
  • Kahuzi-Biega National Park
  • Monte Alen National Park EG
  • Monts de Cristal Gabon
  • Altos de Nsork National Park EG
  • Kokolopori Developing Nature Reserve

* Approximately 750,000 ha of the Maiko Tayna Kahuzi-Biega Corridor is in the Eastern Afromontane Hotspot (Albertine Rift highlands)

Long-term Strategy

Central Africa Program

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Congo Forests High Biodiversity Wilderness Area

SO2 :400,000 ha of biodiversity habitat outside of corridors are functioning and sustainable

SO3 :No extinctions of globally threatened species occur in Hotspots or Hi-biodiversity Wilderness Areas

Itombwe Massif: Consolidate this 400k CBNRM (mosaic of integral and development zones) through support to partner WWF by 2011. Eastern DRC.

Outcome:

By 2010, complete a KBA analysis for DRC, as first step in a regional analysis for the Congo forests. This initiative would provide KBAs for the wilderness area and the western mountains of the Albertine Rift (Hotspot) in DRC, and could serve as a pilot program for the remainder of the Congo wilderness area. To be developed.

CI FY09 Financial investment:

approx $150,000 of CARPE subgrant (but no CI funds)

1 site

CI Financial Investment:

None. To be developed with external funding; approximate total cost would be $1 mil

  • Itombwe mountains

Number of species: > 45 threatened species

Key species: Gorilla beringei graueri; G. g. gorilla; Pan troglodytes; P. paniscus; Loxodona africana; and many others, including for e.g. Conraua goliath

Long-term Strategy

Central Africa Program

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Central Africa Program

SO4 :Conditions for Sustainability of Conservation Outcomes

created and maintained

Outcome:

Create sustainable financing mechanisms for current CI corridors in DRC and EG in conjunction with governmental and NGO partners and GCF. In EG, establish the Convenio de Cooperación with government with aim of developing a National Trust Fund mechanism to support and maintain conservation outcomes. In DRC, work with GCF and partners to establish 2 separate site-based trust funds for: 1) the eastern DRC corridor Maiko Tayna Kahuzi-Biega; and 2) the Kokolopori Corridor in central Equateur.

  • CI Long-term Financial Investment:
  • Match Funds for Convenio = $4.1 mil
  • GCF Trust Fund contribution = at least $3 mil
  • Output 1: Develop Action Plan for Trust Fund and Conservation Outcomes
  • Develop action plan for trust fund mechanisms for DRC and EG to include potential carbon credit market and emerging REDD options
  • Output 2: Implement Monitoring System to Adaptively Manage Action Plan
  • Develop capacity of scientific staff in both EG and DRC to adequately assess carbon sequestration and to develop and implement a monitoring system for REDD.

Long-term Strategy

Central Africa Program

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Partnerships

Long-term Strategy

Central Africa Program

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Congo Forests High Biodiversity Wilderness Area

FY09 Activities/Initiatives:

  • SO1 - Maiko Tayna Kahuzi-Biega Corridor
      • Complete Land Use Management Plan (LUP) for CBFP Landscape
      • Achieve legal protected status for three UGADEC reserves
  • SO1 – Monte Alen-Monts de Cristal Corridor
      • Complete Land Use Management Plan (LUP) for CBFP Landscape
      • Achieve legal protected status for National Forest, EG
  • SO1 – Kokolopori Bonobo Corridor
      • Complete Management and Business Plan for Nature Reserve
      • Achieve legal protected status for Nature Reserve
  • SO3 – KBA analysis of DRC as pilot for Congo Basin
      • Secure funding through DBU grant
  • SO4 – Create Sustainable Financing for Central Africa Programs
      • Finalize “Convenio” contract with government of EG
      • Develop Action plan (development and Trust Fund Mechanisms) for DFGFI Trust Fund

FY09 Overview

Central Africa Program

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Central Africa Program

Outputs to be Completed in FY09:

  • SO2-KBA’s
    • Secure funding to begin KBA analysis for DRC as pilot for Congo Basin
  • SO4-Sustainability
    • Action plan for trust fund mechanisms and carbon finance for DRC and EG
    • Improved capacity of scientific staff in both EG and DRC to assess carbon sequestration and to develop and implement a monitoring system for REDD.
  • SO1-Corridors
      • Management plan for Bioko Island Corridor, EG
      • Management plan and Gazettement of Kokolopori Bonobo Corridor, DRC and National Forest, for Monte Alen Corridor, EG
      • Landscape LUP and gazettement of three community nature reserves for Maiko Tayna Corridor, DRC
  • SO3-Species
      • Action Plans for bonobo and Grauer’s gorilla
      • Censusing of great apes and large mammals in eastern DRC
      • Secure funding to conduct census work for great apes and large mammals in EG

FY09 Overview

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Guinean Forest Hotspot

SO2: X hectares of biodiversity habitats outside of corridors are functioning and sustainable

SO3: X No extinctions of globally threatened species occur in hotspots or High Biodiversity Wilderness Areas

SO2 Description: By 2018, sites and the ecological processes that support them in the Guinean Forest Hotspot will be conserved through a network of effectively managed protected areas

SO3 Description: By 2018, programs will be implemented across the Guinean Forest Hotspot to reduce/ prevent extinctions of globally threatened species.

$ 522,041

$ 88,666

  • Endemic
  • 28 CR
  • 96 EN
  • 150 VU

2 Sites

  • Kakum
  • Mamang Forest Reserve
  • Crocidura wimmeri
  • Bufo taiensis
  • Conraua derooi
  • Dermochelys coriacea

Long-term Strategy

Ghana Program

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Guinean Forest Hotspot

SO4: Conditions for Sustainability of Conservation Outcomes Created and Maintained

SO4: By 2018 conditions for sustainability of conservation outcomes created and maintained in the Guinean Forest Hotspot

Standard Output: Ghana by 2010 biodiversity concerns incorporated into the life cycle of Newmont Ghana Gold Mining operations in its concession areas.

Long-term Strategy

Ghana Program

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Partnerships

Long-term Strategy

Ghana Program

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Guinean Forest of West Africa

FY09 Outputs:

FY09 Overview

Ghana Program

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Guinean Forest of West Africa

FY09 Activities/Initiatives:

the guinean forests of west africa
The Guinean Forests of West Africa

Strategic

Outcome 2

Strategic

Outcome 3

By 2018, programs will be implemented across the Guinean Forest Hotspot to reduce/ prevent extinctions of globally

threatened species.

By 2018, sites and the ecological processes that support them in the Guinean Forest Hotspot will be conserved

through a network of effectively managed protected areas

$3.5 Million +

$20 Million +

70 threatened and endemic species in Liberia

14 sites in Liberia

  • Sapo National Park
  • East Nimba Nature Reserve
  • Gola
  • Western Chimpanzee
  • Pygmy Hippopotamus
  • Liberian Mongoose

Long-term Strategy

Liberia Program

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The Guinean Forests of West Africa

Strategic

Outcome 4

By 2018 conditions for sustainability of conservation outcomes created and maintained in the Guinean Forest Hotspot

$50 million +

5 Outputs

  • A national Carbon strategy in place and revenues generated to finance conservation in priority sites by 2018
  • A trust Fund established and providing reoccurring costs for the protected area network by 2018
  • At least 2 local NGOs fully engaged in Liberia’s conservation agenda

Long-term Strategy

Liberia Program

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Partnerships

Long-term Strategy

Liberia Program

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Liberia Program

Outputs to be Completed in FY09:

  • SO2-KBA’s
      • 2.2 Complete strategy document based on PA workshop and objectives of Global Team
      • 2.2 Three new PAs legally established and operating under formal, management plans
      • 2.9 Incentive agreements signed and implemented around 3 new PAs
  • SO3-Species
      • Action Plans for at least 2 endangered species funded and being implemented
  • SO4-Sustainability
      • Work with CEPF to formalize Liberia Conservation Action Fund as a revolving fund and raise additional donor funding for long term NGO capacity building
      • Operationalize the PA Trust fund and secure funding through debt for Nature Swap to capitalize

FY09 Overview

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The Guinean Forests of West Africa

FY09 Activities/Initiatives:

  • SO2-KBA’s
      • Three new PAs legally established and operating under formal, management plans
      • Continue pilot CCC program at Sapo National Park and build partnership with development organizations for incentive agreements
      • Provide training in best practice and lessons learned for FDA and partners focusing specifically on the process of community engagement related to PA creation.
  • SO3-Species
      • Implement chimpanzee conservation project at East Nimba Nature Reserve
      • Develop Action plans for 5 Critically Endangered or endemic species (pygmy hippo, Liberian Mongoose, Diana Monkey, Forest elephant, Jentink’s Duiker
  • SO4-Sustainability
      • Develop a financial plan for Liberia’s protected areas network based on initial work to date on the “Liberia Business Plan” and build capacity for Trust fund establishment and management
      • Implement Readiness plan for national REDD strategy
      • Fundraise for and expand upon Liberian Conservation Action Fund’s Model for small grants to local institutions

FY09 Overview

Liberia Program

madagascar and indian ocean islands hotspot
Madagascar and Indian Ocean Islands Hotspot

Strategic

Outcome(s) 1

Strategic

Outcome 2

Strategic

Outcome 3

19 sites

By 2010, all endemic threatened species in the Indian Ocean Islands (Reunion, Mauritius, Comoros, Seychelles) have viable populations in stable habitats, and are under long-term conservation management.

  • By 2015, the integrity of
  • the primary Eastern forests biome
  • the Western Deciduous forests biome
  • the Wetlands biome
  • the Spiny forest biome
  • the marine biome
  • of Madagascar is maintained and a well-designed network of effectively managed protected areas and adjacent friendly land uses that conserve viable population of threatened species are established.

By 2015, viable populations of threatened and restricted range species in KBAs throughout hotspot (Mad/IOI) are conserved through long-term conservation management.

  • Madagascar hotspot
  • Mantadia Zahamena corridor
  • Ranomafana Andrigitra corridor
  • Lokia-Manambato Forest
  • Menabe corridor
  • Mahavavy-Kinkony complex
  • Nosivolo wetland
  • Mikea forest
  • Vakinakaratra
  • Bongolava
  • Anosy
  • Mahabo-Mananivo Forest
  • Other wetlands
  • Midongy du Sud
  • Complex Ramena
  • Corridor Tsaratanana-Ajanaharibe Sud
  • Vohibola Forest
  • Analavelona Forest
  • Marine

FY09 $ 216,748 (act)

$ 316,054 (grts)

TOTAL $ 532,802

FY09 $ 9,450 (activities)

$ 35,000 (grants)

TOTAL $ 44,450

5 years $ 55,328 (activities)

$ 53,943 (grants)

TOTAL $ 109,271

5 years $ 1,214,332 (act)

$ 1,183,938 (grt)

TOTAL $ 2,398,270

FY09: $ 1,102,979 (activity)

$ 2,363,020 (grants)

TOTAL $ 3,465,999

4 sites

548 species

  • Mauritius
  • Reunion
  • Comoros
  • Seychelles
  • All threatened species

5 years: $ 6,455,189 (act.)

$ 6,293,615 (grts)

TOTAL $ 12,748,800

Long-term Strategy

Madagascar and Indian Ocean Islands CBC

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Madagascar and Indian Ocean Islands Hotspot

Strategic

Outcome 4

CBC coordination is established and continuously informs regional conservation community strategies.

FY09 $ 1,670,328 (actvty) (incl G150, G200, G250)

$ 30,997 (grants)

TOTAL $ 1,701,325

5 years $ 9,834,732 (activity) (incl G150, G200, G250)

$ 9,588,575 (grants)

TOTAL $ 19,423,307

d) 10 outputs

  • 4.3: government policies and private sector investment decisions better reflect environmental priorities and challenges. In particular, biodiversity conservation continues to be central focus of Madagascar Action Plan.
  • 4.4: Support for conservation communication, education (REPC), partner capacity building, and small grants.
  • 4.5: A highly qualified cadre of Malagasy conservation professionals, using up-to-date biodiversity information and tools, is established.
  • 4.6: GBMF funds are leveraged through a targeted and strategic fundraising campaign.
  • 4.7: Central Management Unit coordination is established and continuously supports regional conservation community strategies.
  • 4.9: Financial sustainability for biodiversity conservation activities in Madagascar is ensured through the development and implementation of existing and new financial tools.
  • 4.10: The surface area of the national protected area network (SAPM) is increased to enhance the representation of biodiversity under protection.

Long-term Strategy

Madagascar and Indian Ocean Islands CBC

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Partnerships

Long-term Strategy

Madagascar and Indian Ocean Islands CBC

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Madagascar and Indian Ocean Islands Hotspot

FY09 Activities/Initiatives:

  • SO1-Corridors
      • Support to PAs
      • Marine
  • SO2-KBA’s
      • Support to Indian Ocean Islands KBAs
  • SO3-Species
      • Inventories
      • Threatened species monitoring
      • Invasive species
  • SO4-Sustainability
      • Climate change
      • Ecotourism
      • Sustainable financing (Carbon, biodiversity offsets)
      • Human welfare (PHE, CSP)
      • Node
      • Partnerships (Capacity Bldg, Grants Mgt, Support to GOM)
      • Communication/Education

FY09 Overview

Madagascar and Indian Ocean Islands CBC

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Madagascar and Indian Ocean Islands Hotspot

Outputs to be Completed in FY09:

  • SO1-Corridors
      • 1.1: The Fandriana-Vondrozo Forest Corridor is integrated within regional development plans
      • 1.2: The Vohibola forest protected area is created (2,385 ha)
      • 1.10: New protected area promoters ability to manage grants is strengthened
  • SO3-Species
      • 3.1: All research conducted and supported by the CBC over the last year is compiled
      • 3.3: Action plans for CITES species are established
      • 3.5: Species, site, and corridor-based outcomes are refined for Propithicus diadema, Propithecus tattersalli, Propithicus verreauxi, Varencia Variegate
  • SO2-KBA’s
      • 2.1: All information on terrestrial KBAs in the Indian Ocean islands is updated to inform conservation design
  • SO4-Sustainability
    • Long-term strategic plan and fundraising strategy completed
    • Other sustainability outputs are an ongoing effort

FY09 Overview

cape floristic region
Cape Floristic Region

Strategic

Outcome 1

Strategic

Outcome 2

Strategic

Outcome 3

b) By 2015 500,000 ha will be conserved in a Greater Cederberg Biodiversity Corridor.

b) KBAs and ecosystem services in the CFR matrix is conserved through networks of priority corridors surrounded by biodiversity best practice/sust land use

b) All IUCN Red listed species are represented in a network of conservation contracts in a configuration that also effectively conserves the Cape Leopard.

CI FY09 Investment--$95,000

Fy09-$61,281

Fy09--$5,000

d) 3 Sites

d) 3 sites

d) >1100 species

  • Nieuwoudtville Botanical Garden
  • Sandveld Corridor
  • Cederberg Mountains
  • Cape Lowlands
  • Gouritz
  • Baviaanskloof
  • All IUCN Red list plants
  • Cape Leopard

Long-term Strategy

Africa & Madagascar Division

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CFR Partnerships (SO1-4)

Long-term Strategy

Regional Program/CBC Name

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Cape Floristic Region

FY09 Activities/Initiatives:

  • SO1-Corridors
      • 3,000 ha of pristine habitat on potato farms secured through formal stewardship contract within the Sandveld Corridor
      • Rooibos Best Practice Guidelines developed, industry endorsed, and piloted on 4 farms
      • Support development of institutional model for conservation contracts for private farmers with critical biodiversity proximal to the N’ville Garden
  • SO3-Species
      • Cape Leopard Monitoring of Action Plan for GCBC
  • SO2-KBA’s
      • Elimination of all gin traps in Cederberg mtns by applying innovative economic models and extension services on 127,000 ha of conservancy lands
  • SO4-Sustainability
      • Conservation management training for N’ville Botanical Garden
      • Facilitate flow of funds to carbon offset & stewardship agreements through CAP Trust to Table Mountain Fund

FY09 Overview

Africa & Madagascar Division

succulent karoo hotspot
Succulent Karoo Hotspot

Strategic

Outcome(s) 1

Strategic

Outcome 2

Strategic

Outcome 3

b) By 2015, 378.000 ha corridor is created, linking Upland & Coastal priorities in Namakwa Wilderness Corridor

b) By 2020, the NWC is linked via larger corridor networ, including restored mining areas, to the priority areas Richtersveld Busmanland Insebergs.

b) By 2025, KBAs and ecosystem services in the SKH matrix is conserved through networks of priority corridors surrounded by biodiversity best practice/sust land use and restored grazing & mine lands

b) All IUCN Red Listed plants, the Armadillo Girdled Lizard and the Namakwa Dwarf Adder

c) $ Financial investment

Fy09—$271,674

Total 10 million with partners & rehab investment

FY09—$43,979

FY09 investment

$ $30,345

d) >600 of species

d) 3 sites

d) TBD

  • List key species
  • List key species
  • List key species

d) 9 SKEP Priorities

  • Three Peaks Conservancy
  • Namakwa Coast
  • Namakwa Park
  • List key site
  • List key site
  • List key site
  • List key site
  • List key site
  • List key site

Long-term Strategy

Africa & Madagascar Division

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Succulent Karoo Partnerships (SO1)

Long-term Strategy

Regional Program/CBC Name

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Succulent Karoo Partnerships (S02)

Long-term Strategy

Regional Program/CBC Name

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Succulent Karoo Partnerships (SO4)

Long-term Strategy

Regional Program/CBC Name

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Succulent Karoo Hotspot

FY09 Activities/Initiatives:

  • SO1-Corridors
      • Secure a minimum of 2 new conservation stewardship agreements in the 3 peaks region
      • Resolve institutional mandate and build awareness of stewardship for private farmers in the NWI
      • Promote Protected Natural Environment Status for the 32,000ha Living Edge
  • SO3-Species
      • Complete initial study on predator habits in the NWC and Richtersveld region to inform conservation action plan.
      • Narrow coastal belt of Dwarf Adder habitat protected through Living Edge
  • SO2-KBA’s
      • Land use matrix zoned for 1,173,000 ha by Sept 2008, and a further 10,000,000 ha by Dec 2008
  • SO4-Sustainability
      • 12 Local government officials are trained
      • 30 conservation & community development practioners are trained
      • Facilitate flow of funds to climate related mitigation & adaptation stewardship agreements through CAP Trust to SKEPPIES Fund

FY09 Overview

Africa & Madagascar Division

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Division Summary

SECTION DIVIDER SLIDE(Insert photos of choice to fill gray boxes & replace logo with country program logo)

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Organizational Sustainability

Divisional Role:Facilitate prioritization across region, strengthen fundraising capacity in field programs and solicit funds in partnership with partners, field programs and HQ divisions.

FY08 Highlights:

  • Successfully restructured Carpe Landscape 1 - $2,250,000
  • Integrated carbon activities into USAID community forestry contract with ARD (new partner) - $420,000
  • Nodes grant for reduced fuelwood consumption in Menabe from Patterson (new donor) - $300,000
  • McCall MacBain (new donor) grant in support of Liberia REDD strategy - $170,940
  • Funds raised (with support of division) to date: $3,605,940
    • 7 of 12 donors new
  • 80% prospects pending: $8,369,353 (Total pending: $36,298,647)
    • 9 of 13 prospects would be new
  • At least one person with specific fundraising responsibilities in 4 of 6 programs
  • Priority Unfunded Needs, Prospect Sheet, Pending Proposals and Reports current for 3 priority programs
  • Fundraising Strategy articulated for Liberia
  • Initiated quarterly fundraising network meeting with HQ divisions

FY09 Overview

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Organizational Sustainability

Divisional Role:Facilitate prioritization across region, strengthen fundraising capacity in field programs and solicit funds in partnership with partners, field programs and HQ divisions.

FY09 Highlights:

  • Continue growth in dollars raised and new donors attracted
  • Expand beyond focus solely on external resources to develop more concrete partnerships with other CI divisions to ensure all CI resources support divisional outcomes and vice versa.
  • Strengthen fundraising network through focused integration of regional development officer in southern Africa
  • Priority Unfunded Needs, Prospect Sheet, Pending Proposals and Reports maintained for all programs and consolidated at the continental level
  • Continental Fundraising Strategy articulated
  • Integrate field based fundraisers into Africa Fundraising network meeting between HQ divisions, develop a joint vision for the use of this forum
  • Targeted fundraising capacity building activities with field based fundraisers and HQ partners

FY09 Overview

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Congo Forests High Biodiversity Wilderness Area

Three secondary SO1s (in development):850,000 ha of biodiversity habitat in three corridors are functioning and sustainable by 2011

Maringa Wamba Lopori: Develop corridor (500,000 ha?) by transforming logging to conserva-tion concession. Central DRC.

Pico Basile – Caldera de Lubo: Consolidate this 104k corridor by 2011. Island of Bioko, EG.

Rio Campo-Ma’an :

Consolidate this 250k ha corridor by 2011.

EG and Cameroon

CI FY09 Financial investment:

at present, none – seeking Convenio with EG gov

CI FY09 Financial investment: at present, none – seeking funding via World Bank

CI FY09 Financial investment: at present, none – seeking funding

2 sites

1 site

2 sites

  • Rio Campo EG
  • Rio Ma’an, Cameroon
  • To be determined by intersection of cancelled logging concession and high biodiversity
  • Pico Basile National Park
  • Caldera Luba Scientific Reserve

Long-term Strategy

Central Africa Program

maputaland pondoland coridor

b) Put your SO description here and highlight the Maputaland Center of Endemism.

b) Put your SO description here and highlight the Pondoland Center of Endemism.

Only indirect CI Investment

FY09 Investment

$45,000

d) 8 sites--pilot

d) 2 sites

  • Mkambati
  • Amadiba
  • List key site
  • Umgana, etc
Maputaland-Pondoland Coridor

Strategic

Outcome(s) 1

Strategic

Outcome 2

Strategic

Outcome 3

b) KBAs and ecosystem services in the MPAH matrix is conserved through networks of priority corridors surrounded by biodiversity best practice/sust land use

b) Put your SO description here and highlight the Albany Center of Endemism.

b) All IUCN listed species are conserved

Only indirect CI investment

c) TBD

$189,000 proposed for KBA id and coordination

d) 1 site

d) > species

d) # of sites

  • Mkambati Palm
  • African Elephant
  • CE birds
  • Indalo Conservancy
  • List key site
  • List key site
  • List key site

Long-term Strategy

Africa & Madagascar Division

mpah partnerships so1
MPAH Partnerships (SO1)

Long-term Strategy

Regional Program/CBC Name

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Maputaland-Pondoland-Albany

FY09 Activities/Initiatives:

  • SO1-Corridors
      • Priority corridors refined & action plan developed
      • Finalise 8 conservation agreements within the Maputaland Priority Region
      • Undertake biodiversity research, mapping, and management action identification for biodiversity conservation in the Indalo-Albany and Amadiba-Pondoland Corridor
  • SO3-Species
      • Mkambati palm and other cycads mapped in Amadiba Pondoland Corridor
  • SO2-KBA’s
      • Undertake KBA analysis for MPAH
      • Review
  • SO4-Sustainability
      • Facilitate semi-annual exchange visits/trainings on CSP (November 08/March 09)
      • Facilitate flow of funds to carbon offset & stewardship agreements through CAP Trust to Wildlands Conservation Trust

FY09 Overview

Africa & Madagascar Division

south african hotspots
South African Hotspots

Strategic

Outcome 4

b) By 2015, in all Hotspot areas in SA, and enabling environment is created & maintained to enhance & sustain conservation outcomes

CI-FY09--$304,535

  • d) By 2010, CI has catalysed the creation or strengthened existing financial vehicles to sustain stewardship agreementsfor SO2 with a minimum of $5 million secured for each Hotspot Trust.
  • By 2015, Conservation action coordinated and monitored on common strategy and hotspot outcomes that are nationally embedded in the NBF and aligned with KBA approach
  • By 2015, 100 new conservation leaders from PDI backgrounds have been trained by CI’s conservation/core skills training
  • Std Output 4.5
  • Std Output 4.9

Long-term Strategy

Africa & Madagascar Division

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South Africa-SO4

FY09 Activities/Initiatives:

  • Financial sustainability for stewardship
    • Business Case for CI-South Africa
    • Creation of independent CAP & Living Edge Trusts
  • Embedding conservation priorities into all levels of government planning in the Succulent Karoo
    • Completion of land-use management guidelines developed and gazetted for 10 million ha in Namaqua District
    • MPAH KBA identification/integration with National Biodiversity Framework ???

Skills development

3 Focused Training Programmes, Learning Networks & Exchanges, Alumni Club

FY09 Overview

Africa & Madagascar Division