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May 20, 2014



Project No :00081941 Project Start : September 2011 Project End : December 2014 Project Budget : U.S. $ 8,002,218 Current budgets: U.S. $ 1,159,896 Project Status : Ongoing Project Phase: Execution Project Location : Benin Project Description : This is a project to strengthen the capacity of stakeholders for more effective and coordinated management viable national institutions Protected WAP complex and their plant and animal resource areas. It seeks to ensure consistent management of the ecological unit focused on Protected W, Arly and Pendjari (WAP complex) areas, including some peripheral animal populations (giraffes). Its overall objective is to contribute to the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystem services for sustainable development in West Africa. Ddu project objectives : The overall objective of this support from the European Union is to contribute to the conservation and development of plant and animal resources of transboundary reserves WAPO regional complex. It will also contribute to the fight against land degradation, preservation of rivers and promotion of natural potential as a source of added value that can contribute to poverty reduction by strengthening the sustainable and efficient conservation of ecosystems WAP complex in a regional perspective with optimization benefits for the local population in the equal rights of men and women, the respect of marginalized minorities and their rights, Good governance in the hunting concessions, Adapting to change climate and risks from climate variability, recovery potential funding opportunities of ecosystem services related to the mitigation of climate change and the need for limiting greenhouse gas emissions. Key Results : R1. The regional institutional framework for the conservation of protected areas is reinforced for concerted and harmonized management of protected areas WAP complex. R2. Coordinated management of the protected areas of the WAP complex and their plant and animal resources is more effective and viable national institutions. R3. Negative pressures populations are reduced, with a positive cost-benefit balance favorable to them capacity building of national institutions for management of protected areas, as well as riparian populations beneficiaries alignment of interventions on national priorities and local government level, consideration of gender equity, the development of strategic partnerships and synergies with all stakeholders in the area of ??the WAP complex. Main results : An organ for regional technical coordination (BCT) is operational and supports the UEMOA and the countries concerned in the field of technical issues with a regional dimension. Plans of Development and Management of all or coordinated quality are developed and implemented on each border complex (Arly and W / Pendjari). Managers of protected areas have the capacity to manage PAs effective, efficient and coordinated at the

Project completion date : 2014-12-31 12:00:00

Major organization : EUROPEAN UNION (EU)

Address : Rue de la Loi, 170 - 1040 Bruxelles



Country :Belgium

Financier : United Nations Development Programme (UNDP),

Financier address : United Nations Development Programme One United Nations Plaza New York, NY 10017 Tel: +1 (212) 906-5000 Call: +1 (212) 963-1234


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