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 GEF Pacific National R2R STAR Project

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Project Overview

The project aims to improve the management of forests in the Solomon Islands by integrating biodiversity conservation, land degradation, sustainable forest management (SFM) and climate change issues into policymaking at the national level and livelihood activities of local communities living in and around forests. It includes activities targeted on existing and new protected areas that will be the focus of the project (140,000ha and 100,000 ha respectively), as well as capacity building and institutional development at the national level.

 

Results Framework

Solomons Island National Programme Document

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Solomon Islands PIF

 

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 GEF Pacific National R2R IW Project

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Project Overview

National activities in component one will include the capture and documentation of best practice approaches to coastal waters management and stress reduction measures, these will be communicated nationally. The baseline of pollution and nutrient loads to the coast will be established and form the basis of annual reporting of improvement. To support this, a State of the Honiara Coastal Waters will be prepared and published annually.

Component two will identify and quantify primary pollutant, nutrient and pathogen sources to the coast. Supporting this will be the reporting of Environmental Impact with Government, Business and general public made aware of their impacts. Additionally the Honiara Coastal Management Plan will be operationalized.

To support coastal management the proportion of target community members with awareness of and technical skills to successfully implement environmentally safe waste disposal systems will be increased by 25% through innovative participatory techniques. Additionally partnerships will be established and functional resulting in improved waste disposal in Honiara. There will be measureable reductions in environmental stress to Honiara coastal area through targeted activities.

Results Framework

Solomon Islands R2R IW Results Framework

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