Biodiversity And Protected Area Management Programme, Phase I - CLME+ HUB

Biopama I    Biodiversity And Protected Area Management Programme, Phase I

Brief Description:
BIOPAMA aims at reinforcing the management and governance of protected and conserved areas in all the 79 ACP countries. By providing unique and tailored support to protected area authorities at the local, national and regional level, it supports them in achieving their conservation objectives and to report more accurately their progress on relevant multilateral environmental agreements. Regional Observatories for protected areas coordinate information systems, data collection, analysis, monitoring and reporting and develop the capacities of staff and organisations to make optimal use of this information to address specific needs. Capacity building activities support protected area management and governance, and enable conservation practitioners, national agencies and protected areas managers to improve decision-making and prioritization of resource allocation. Site-based targeted actions support local and regional activities and their partners on biodiversity conservation to improve the knowledge base for decision making and address key priorities. The Caribbean Gateway acts as an open data for regional networking and sustainable development as it is linking data to better decision-making.

BIOPAMA tiene como objetivo reforzar la gesti贸n y la gobernanza de las 谩reas protegidas en los 79 pa铆ses ACP. Al brindar un apoyo 煤nico y personalizado a las autoridades de 谩reas protegidas a nivel local, nacional y regional, las apoya para lograr sus objetivos de conservaci贸n y provee infomaci贸n para el avance en acuerdos ambientales multilaterales relevantes. Los Observatorios Regionales de 谩reas protegidas coordinan los sistemas de informaci贸n, la recopilaci贸n de datos, el an谩lisis, el monitoreo y la presentaci贸n de informes y desarrollan las capacidades del personal y las organizaciones para hacer un uso 贸ptimo de esta informaci贸n para atender necesidades espec铆ficas. Las actividades de creaci贸n de capacidad apoyan la gesti贸n y la gobernanza de las 谩reas protegidas y permiten a los profesionales de la conservaci贸n, las agencias nacionales y los administradores de 谩reas protegidas mejorar la toma de decisiones y la priorizaci贸n de la asignaci贸n de recursos. Las acciones espec铆ficas basadas en el sitio apoyan las actividades locales y regionales y sus socios en la conservaci贸n de la biodiversidad para mejorar la base de conocimientos para la toma de decisiones y abordar las prioridades clave. Caribbean Gateway act煤a como un dato abierto para la creaci贸n de redes regionales y el desarrollo sostenible, ya que vincula los datos para mejorar la toma de decisiones.
Lead Organization : IUCN-ORMAC
Donor: European Development Fund
Project ID:
Geographic Scope: Multicountry (global)
Project Status: Completed
   Last Update: 04/01/2021

Start Date: 2011-05-01
End Date: 2017-04-01
Project Profile Manager: Hyacinth Armstrong-Vaughn
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Partners: Joint Research Centre, CERMES, ACP
Grant (USD): $8,000,000.00
Total co-financing (USD): $0.00
(Co) financing not originating from GEF:
Participating Country(s):
 Antigua and Barbuda  Bahamas  Barbados  Belize  Costa Rica  Cuba  El Salvador  Guatemala  Haiti  Honduras  Jamaica  Nicaragua  Panama  Saint Kitts and Nevis  Saint Lucia  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines  Trinidad and Tobago
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