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Appendix 7: Key deliverables and benchmarks

Project title: Strengthening national biodiversity and forest carbon stock conservation through landscape-based collaborative management of Cambodia’s Protected Area System as demonstrated in the Eastern Plains Landscape (CAMPAS project)

Outcome/ outputs



Benchmark/ milestone79

Outcome 1: Strengthened national vision and support for landscape-based protected area and forest management

1.1 Delivery of national biodiversity and protected area system strategic goals more coherently, successful, and with better inter-sectoral governance


1.1.1 National Biodiversity Steering Committee, and protected area system leadership dialogue for effective inter-sectoral coordination supported

  1. Strategic Protected Area National Plan endorsed by GoC, by P-Quarter 12

  2. National biodiversity monitoring program operational, by P-Quarter 06, and information sharing mechanism in place by P-Quarter 07

  3. Annual high-level meetings by NBSC, by P-Quarters 4,8,12,16, and 20.

  4. National task force on protected area management (MoE, FA, FiA), by P-Quarter 05


1.1.2 Effectiveness of the national protected area system, and forest landscape connectivity assessed and reviewed

  1. Document on rationalization of national protected area system by P-Quarter 04

  2. Inter-government resolutions document to uphold biodiversity conservation and ecosystem priorities in the face of socioeconomic development, by P-Quarter 05

  3. Protected area resource requirements assessed and published by P-Quarter 04


1.1.3 National biodiversity vision and strategic national management plan for protected areas defined

  1. National Biodiversity Vision, endorsed by NBSC and ministries, by P-Quarter 07

  2. Strategy and Action Plan to meet national biodiversity priority needs in place by P-Quarter 08


1.1.4 Institutional support provided and human capacities of MoE, MAFF, and local governments strengthened

  1. Strategy to implement Protected Areas System Management Plan in place by P-Quarter 07

  2. Results from sustainable financing models and opportunities published by P-Quarter 08, 12, 16

  3. Protected area system governance and zoning guidelines defined and promulgated through inter- ministerial decision, by P-Quarter 14

  4. Action plan to strengthen MoE and MAFF technical needs in place by P-Quarter 04

1.2 Improved national compliance with protected area management goals - particularly for wildlife conservation, combating illegal trade, and maintaining forest connectivity across large landscapes


1.2.1 Transparent and harmonized national protected area system, and enforcement monitoring system defined, operating, and institutionalized

  1. GIS system to support law enforcement monitoring established, staff capacity built and operational by P-Quarter 04

  2. Annual technical and law enforcement seminars conducted by P-Quarters 04, 08, 12, 16, and 20

  3. Capacity building program up and running (rangers, customs, border liaison officer etc) by P-Quarter 08

  4. SMART national reporting procedures in operation across national protected areas by P-Quarter 04


1.2.2 Support provided to trans-boundary forest, species, and landscape management initiatives and programs

  1. Organized regional response to external pressures to biodiversity in operation by P-Quarter 08, with annual exchange and dissemination of lessons and strategies by P-Quarters 08, 12, 16, and 20

  2. Exchange of information on landscape management initiatives through two cross border visits with neighboring countries by P-Quarter 08 and P-Quarter 16

1.3 Improved national support of biodiversity conservation, protected areas, and forested landscape connectivity in support of national development goals


1.3.1 National communications campaign to support landscape-based biodiversity and ecosystem services conservation designed and monitored

  1. Baseline assessment, campaign design, and monitoring program adopted to assess midterm and end of project awareness and behavioral change in place by P-Quarter 03, and monitoring results published by P-Quarter 06, P-Quarter 12, P-Quarter 16, and P-Quarter18


1.3.2 Institutional support provided for environmental and biodiversity education and communication

  1. National communications campaign ongoing by P-Quarter 05, with project hosting website operational by P-Quarter 03

  2. Training plan of staff MoE & MAAF implemented by P-Quarter 08

  3. Bi-annual protected area status reports published by MoE/MAAF and uploaded on project website by P-Quarter 08


1.3.3 Strategic information and publications to support policy and planning process

  1. Biodiversity and natural resource management reports in project website by P-Quarter 16

  2. Action plan to strengthening landscape-level planning and connectivity in place by P-Quarter 12

  3. Business plans for sustainable financing of protected areas and community-base resource management completed for one protected area and one protected forest, and published in project website by P-Quarter 12

  4. Reports on sustainable forest management and community-based resource management guidelines, regulations, and other published in project website by P-Quarter 18

Outcome 2: Integrated landscape management to safeguard forests, biodiversity, and carbon stocks in the Eastern Plains Landscape

2.1 Enhanced biodiversity security and forest connectivity, with reduced emissions by harmonizing economic development plans with forest and biodiversity conservation


2.1.1 Eastern Plains stakeholder consultation and conflict management supported

  1. Vision statement and its stakeholder agreement by …

  2. Review report on conservation and development scenarios for the Eastern Plain Landscape including, biodiversity and forest carbon values, habitat connectivity within protected areas, and regional corridor initiatives in place and published in project website by P-Quarter 07

  3. Project report on achieved level of empowerment, engagement, and organization of public and private sector stakeholders (mainly CPAs, CFs, CFis) to inform policy, published by P-Quarter 08

  4. Policy discussions on resolution mechanisms regarding ongoing and planned Economic and Social Land Concessions conducted by P-Quarter 12 and P-Quarter 18


2.1.2 Mondulkiri Landscape Plan designed and operationalized

  1. Strategic implementation needs for Mondulkiri Landscape Plan and alternative development scenario(s) defined by P-Quarter 04

  2. Assessment of ecosystem services, function value, and trade-off analysis in the Eastern Plains Landscape collated and published by P-Quarter 08

  3. Spatial plan on land-use that includes protected area zoning, landscape connectivity, and development scenarios agreed by stakeholders and published by P-Quarter 09

  4. Provincial endorsement of the Mondulkiri Landscape Plan, by P-quarter 10

2.2 Enhanced and institutionalized forest carbon stock monitoring capacity in the Eastern Plains Landscape


2.2.1 Reference emission levels (REL/RL) assessed for the Eastern Plains Landscape

  1. Eastern Plains Landscape remote sensing-based spatial analysis of land cover, deforestation rates, carbon stocks and fluxes in place and operational by P-Quarter 09

  2. REL/RL monitoring activities at eastern Plains Landscape linked with national REDD+ monitoring reporting and verification (MRV) team by P-Quarter 12

  3. Action plan and strategy to adopt monitoring reporting and verification working area in line with REDD+, defined and operational by P-Quarter 06


2.2.2 Forest carbon monitoring, defined and established in the Eastern Plains Landscape meeting targets set in the Mondulkiri Landscape Plan

  1. Carbon stock measured and REDD+ co-benefits identified in community managed areas in the Eastern Plains Landscape, by P-Quarter 07

  2. Socio-economic and ecological project contributions linked to national REDD+ project identified at target protected forest project sites by P-Quarter 06

2.3 More effective resource mobilization for integrating protected area management in the Eastern Plains Landscape


2.3.1 Protected Area Management plans and regional economic development (plans) harmonized, based on Mondulkiri Landscape Plan

  1. Two pilot protected area model management and business plans operational by P-Quarter 05 for Protected Area and by P-Quarter 12 for Protected Forest


2.3.2 Protected Areas and Forests sustainable financing piloted by responsible authorities

  1. Sustainable financing plan for two protected areas of the Eastern Plains Landscape defined by P-Quarter 06, and operational by P-Quarter 09 and P-Quarter 12

  2. National policy recommendations brief on sustainable financing of protected areas drafted by P-Quarter 13, under inter-ministerial dialogue by P-Quarter 15, and promulgated by P-Quarter 18

2.4 Enhanced forest cover and carbon sequestration with increased community resource management and livelihood security


2.4.1 Community-based forest management and rehabilitation established in community natural resource management areas on the basis of the Mondulkiri Landscape Plan

  1. Boundaries, land tenureship, and allowed community land-usage on strategic zones in the Mondulkiri Landscape Plan clarified; and report published in project website by P-Quarter 06

  2. 500 hectares forest habitat restoration established by P-Quarter 16

  3. Increased resources and livelihood security for households in community protected areas (CPAs) / community forests (CFs) / community fisheries (CFi), with assessments by P-Quarters 12 and 20


2.4.2 Landscape-based protected area connectivity strengthened in the Eastern Plains Landscape

  1. Plan on natural and assisted forest regeneration and silviculture practices in the Eastern Plains Landscape agreed, with local stakeholders and disseminated by P-Quarter 12

  2. Natural and assisted forest regeneration and silviculture practices plan for 1,500 ha in place by P-Quarter 05, and operational by P-Quarter 07

  3. Ongoing collaboration through periodical meetings on trans-boundary landscapes (ADB BCC and UNEP/AF), with first meeting taking place by P-Quarter 03, P-Quarter12, and P-Quarter 20

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