According to the bank document, the original project development objective (PDO) for Scaling Up Participatory Sustainable Forest Management Project (SUPSFM) remains unchanged which is: To execute REDD+ activities through participatory sustainable forest management in priority areas and to pilot forest landscape management in four provinces. The current PDO is about o strengthen participatory sustainable forest management in targeted production forest areas, and forest landscape management in targeted provinces.
The project key results will be: Key PDO-level results for the AF-SUPSFM remain the same as under the parent project and would be expanded:
(i) Forest area brought under management plans (Hectares)
(ii) People in forest and adjacent community with monetary/non-monetary benefits from interventions (Number) with (a) Female (Number), (b) Ethnic minority/indigenous (Number)
(iii) Enhanced carbon storage from improved forest protection and restoration (tons of carbon dioxide equivalent)
(iv) Reduced emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (tons of carbon dioxide equivalent)
(v) Rate of annual forest cover loss in targeted Production Forest Areas (Percentage).
IDA (World Bank) US$ 5.00 million
1/ World Bank Contact
Stephen Danyo: Senior Environmental Specialist
*There is no further information being disclosed at this stage of the project*
3/ Implementing Agencies
Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry
Mr. Bounpone Sengthong
Deputy Director General, Department of Forestry
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