darwin initative
darwin initiative darwin initiative darwin initiative darwin initiative darwin initiative darwin initiative darwin initiative darwin initiative darwin initiative darwin initiative

Participatory resource monitoring in Community Use Zones of Crocker Range Park


Ref: EIDPO020
Type: Post-Project
Project Leader: Dr Gary Martin
Lead Institution: GDF - Global Diversity Foundation
Host Country Institutions: Sabah Parks, PACOS, Buayan JKKK
Start Date: 2007-08-01
End Date: 2009-07-31
Funding: £110,319.00
Website: http://www.globaldiversity.org.uk
Status: Completed
Regions: East Asia
Countries: Malaysia
Purpose: Enhance the long-term adaptive management of Crocker Range Park by strengthening capacity of park management and local communities to assess continued impacts of community resource use and implement participatory resource monitoring of subsistence activities in Community Use Zones
Outputs: Resource Catchment Assessment Team with expertise in community resource monitoring and participatory GIS Training modules on participatory resource monitoring and participatory GIS delivered at CRP Participatory resource monitoring of critical subsistence activities, with participatory GIS as a tool, implemented jointly by park and local communities CUZ Management Agreement enhanced with incorporation of participatory resource monitoring programme

Related Projects: Ethnobiology of proposed traditional use zones of Crocker Range Park, Management Plan for Indigenous Voluntary Conserved Areas in Oaxaca, Mexico, Participatory approaches to nominating Crocker Range Biosphere Reserve, Sabah, Malaysia, Medicinal plant trade, conservation and local livelihoods in southern Morocco, Conservation status of botanical resources in protected areas of Sabah, Malaysia, Implementing community-based landscape and resource monitoring to consolidate voluntary conservation, Community ethnofloras: promoting ethnolinguistic and biological diversity in Oaxaca, Mexico, Ethnobiology, conservation and livelihood strategies in the Central Kalahari