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Final evaluation of the project “Integrated Management of the Ilha Grande Bay Ecosystem (BIG Project)

GCP/BRA/078/GFF










Management Response

Follow-up Report

Annex 1. Terms of Reference

Annex 2. Evaluation Matrix

Annex 3. Individual METT Scores for Selected Protected Areas

Annex 4. Mid-term Review Recommendations

Annex 5. Original Logical Framework



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    Final evaluation of the project “Integrated Management of the Ilha Grande Bay Ecosystem” (BIG Project). Annex 2. Evaluation Matrix
    GCP/BRA/078/GFF
    2019
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    The Ilha Grande Bay (BIG) is one of the richest biodiversity areas in Brazil, and meanwhile is identified to be economically important for the country’s fisheries, aquaculture, mariculture and tourism. To preserve and make sustainable use of the BIG Ecosystem and its terrestrial and marine biodiversity, FAO launched a joint project together with INEA and SEA in 2011. Through the development and implementation of a pilot Integrated Ecosystem Management (IEM) approach in the Bay, the project created a good basis for the achievement of the general objective. Overall, the project has been considered satisfactory. However, during project implementation changes to outputs should be documented in a more structured and organized manner, and stronger inter-institutional cooperation is needed in the Bocaina Mosaic.
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    Final evaluation of the project “Integrated Management of the Ilha Grande Bay Ecosystem” (BIG Project). Annex 3. Individual METT Scores for Selected
    GCP/BRA/078/GFF
    2019
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    The Ilha Grande Bay (BIG) is one of the richest biodiversity areas in Brazil, and meanwhile is identified to be economically important for the country’s fisheries, aquaculture, mariculture and tourism. To preserve and make sustainable use of the BIG Ecosystem and its terrestrial and marine biodiversity, FAO launched a joint project together with INEA and SEA in 2011. Through the development and implementation of a pilot Integrated Ecosystem Management (IEM) approach in the Bay, the project created a good basis for the achievement of the general objective. Overall, the project has been considered satisfactory. However, during project implementation changes to outputs should be documented in a more structured and organized manner, and stronger inter-institutional cooperation is needed in the Bocaina Mosaic.
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    Final evaluation of the project “Integrated Management of the Ilha Grande Bay Ecosystem” (BIG Project). Annex 1 Terms of Reference
    GCP/BRA/078/GFF
    2019
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    The Ilha Grande Bay (BIG) is one of the richest biodiversity areas in Brazil, and meanwhile is identified to be economically important for the country’s fisheries, aquaculture, mariculture and tourism. To preserve and make sustainable use of the BIG Ecosystem and its terrestrial and marine biodiversity, FAO launched a joint project together with INEA and SEA in 2011. Through the development and implementation of a pilot Integrated Ecosystem Management (IEM) approach in the Bay, the project created a good basis for the achievement of the general objective. Overall, the project has been considered satisfactory. However, during project implementation changes to outputs should be documented in a more structured and organized manner, and stronger inter-institutional cooperation is needed in the Bocaina Mosaic.

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