Proposed Development Objective(s)
The Project Development Objective (PDO) is to strengthen the engagement of targeted forest-dependent peoples and Southern CSOs in REDD+ at the country and regional levels in LAC.
The following PDO-level Indicators will be used to measure the achievement of the PDO:
1. Participation of direct project beneficiaries in the formulation and implementation of REDD+ strategies and actions (number, disaggregated by IPs/CSOs/other forest dwellers and gender).
2. Participation of direct project beneficiaries in Emission Reductions Programs and Benefit Sharing Plans (number, disaggregated by IPs/CSOs/ other forest dwellers and gender).
3. Beneficiaries who feel project investments reflected their needs (percentage, disaggregated by IPs/CSOs/ other forest dwellers). Participation under PDO Indicators 1 and 2 will be measured against country-specific baselines, which will be established during project preparation in the five component 1-eligible countries. PDO Indicator 3 will evaluate beneficiaries’ satisfaction with project support.
The following Intermediate Results Indicators will be used to measure project results:
1. National knowledge exchange products disseminated in appropriate languages (number);
2. Regional knowledge exchange products disseminated in appropriate languages and accessible formats (number);
3. Direct project beneficiaries (number, disaggregated by IPs/CSOs), of which female (percentage) (Core Sector Indicator, Project Beneficiaries).
National knowledge exchange products will be sub-projects, which the project will finance under component 1 in eligible countries. Regional knowledge exchange products will be workshops, South-South exchanges and publications of regional interest, which the project will finance under component 2 with the participation of the 17 FCPF countries. Direct project beneficiaries will be IPs/IPOs, Local Community Organizations and CSOs that will participate in sub-projects, regional workshops, and South-South exchanges.
 Argentina, Belize, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, and Uruguay.
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