A model for conservation, stabilisation and development


South Sudan
darwin initiative
darwin initiative
darwin initiative
darwin initiative
darwin initiative
darwin initiative
darwin initiative
darwin initiative
darwin initiative
darwin initiative

Ref: 25-002

Status: Current

Round:
24
Funding Scheme:
Main Project
Project Leader:
Project Partners:
Caritas Austria – South Sudan Programme, Community Organisation for Development (COD)
Start Date:
01-06-18
End Date:
31-03-21
Funding:
£356,076.00
Regions:
Sub-Saharan Africa
Biomes:
Forests
Production:
Forestry
Threats To Biodiversity:
Land use change, Over exploitation
Broad Approches:
Livelihoods, Ecosystem conservation, In situ, Species conservation
Specific Tools:
Cepa, Research, Research training
Countries:
South Sudan
Conventions:
CBD CITES
Project Summary:
Rare but little-known biodiversity is under severe threat from poaching, hunting and subsistence activities in conflict-affected South Sudan. This project will bring 430km2 of critically threatened forest, including habitat for endangered species - particularly elephant and chimpanzee - under more effective management. A holistic landscape approach to biodiversity protection and resilient livelihoods piloting, with significant potential to scale up and promote stability and development, will mitigate threats whilst directly benefitting youth, women and their communities. Integrated conservation and development provide benefits to over 900 direct and 3,000 indirect beneficiaries in South Sudan and protects 430km2 of nationally important tropical forest habitat


Documents:
Title: 25-002 App edited
Download: Application Form [pdf] 2018-11-13 00:00:00

Title: 25-002 HYR1 - edited
Download: Half Year Report [pdf] 2020-08-24 00:00:00

Title: 25-002 AR1 - edited
Download: Annual Report [pdf] 2020-08-21 00:00:00

Title: 25-002 HYR2 - edited
Download: Half Year Report [pdf] 2020-08-24 00:00:00

Title: 25-002 AR2 - edited
Download: Annual Report [pdf] 2020-08-21 00:00:00

Title: 25-002 HYR3
Download: Half Year Report [pdf] 2021-02-03 00:00:00