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Capacity, Policy and Financial Incentives for Participatory Forest Management in Kirisia Forest and Integrated Rangelands Management

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    Terminal evaluation of project “Capacity, Policy and Financial Incentives for Participatory Forest Management in Kirisia Forest and Integrated Rangelands Management”
    Project code: GCP/KEN/073/GFF - GEF ID: 5083
    2023
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    The terminal evaluation report for the FAO-GEF 5 project provides a comprehensive analysis and assessment of the project's relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, and sustainability. Drawing upon a wealth of data, including project documents, stakeholder interviews and field visits, this report evaluates the project's objectives against the actual results achieved. It offers a detailed examination of the project results and identifies key strengths and weaknesses, key lessons learned, factors that contributed to realization of project results as well as potential areas for improvement. The participatory forest management project was implemented through a partnership between FAO, the Kenya Forest Service, the Kenyan Wildlife Service, Samburu County Government, Kenya Forestry Research Institute, Community Forest Associations and the Suyian Trust. The evaluation assesses the extent to which the project’s global environmental objective (strengthen biodiversity conservation and enhance carbon sequestration) and development objective (improve livelihoods of communities from dryland forest-based products and services) were realized.
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    Capacity Building and Institutional Development for Participatory Natural Resources Management and Conservation in Forest Areas of Mongolia- GCP/MON/002/NET 2012
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    The purpose of this final evaluation, as stated in the Terms of Reference (ToR), is “to provide recommendations to the Government, FAO and the donor on the further steps necessary to consolidate progress and ensure achievement of objectives”. The evaluation team was in Mongolia between 28th November and 9th December.
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    Participatory rangeland and grassland assessment (PRAGA) methodology 2022
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    This participatory grassland and rangeland assessment (PRAGA) methodology was developed for the assessment of rangelands and grasslands in selected project countries. It was developed through the project “Participatory assessment of land degradation and sustainable land management in grassland and pastoral systems”, financed by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and executed by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The methodology was piloted in five countries – Burkina Faso, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Niger and Uruguay – to test its effectiveness and value. Necessary revisions were made to the methodology, based on lessons learned from its application. This document contains background information on global grasslands and rangelands and describes the need and the guiding principle for rangeland health assessments and practical guidance on how to conduct cost-effective assessment. It is divided into two parts: Part I: Background information on grasslands and rangelands Part II: Guidance for the preparation, assessment and monitoring of grasslands and rangelands at the local level The methodology has been designed with enough flexibility to adapted to specific contexts and countries along the nine steps laid out in the document.

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