by Strengthening Protected Area Management in Vietnam-SPAM Project in Hanoi .
Written in English
|Other titles||Tỏ̂ng quan và khuyé̂n nghị vè̂ ké̂ hoạch-thẻ̂ ché̂-tài chính ở các khu rừng đặc dụng tại Việt Nam|
|Statement||by Martin Geiger ... [et al.] ; project funded by Danida ; managed by WWF Denmark and the WWF Indochina Programme and implemented by the Forest Protection Department, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.|
|Series||Technical report ;, no. 6, Technical report (Strengthening Protected Area Management in Vietnam Project) ;, no. 6.|
|Contributions||Geiger, Martin., Vietnam. Cục kiẻ̂m lâm., Strengthening Protected Area Management in Vietnam Project.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 125, vi, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||2005439186|
PIMS Removing Barriers Hindering Protected Area Management Effectiveness in Viet Nam Brief Description Viet Nam is one of the world’s ten most biologically diverse countries- it contains about ten percent of the world’s species though covering less than 1% of global land area. Whilst virtually all protected areas in Viet. policy and management so that Vietnam’s expanding protected areas estate could be recognised as a development asset of critical importance. As part of the regional initiative in lower Mekong countries, the review in Vietnam was undertaken through. 6. Institutional and Financial Arrangements for Protected Area Management in Vietnam. Overview and Recommendations. 7. Legislation Enforcement Capacity and Training needs in Special–use Forests 8. Institutional Strengthening and Capacity Building for Biodiversity Conservation in Protected Areas. Public Financial Management SystemsÑViet Nam Key Elements from a Financial Management Perspective This report documents Viet NamÕs Þnancial management systems covering the areas of budgeting, funds%ßow, accounting and reporting, and auditing systems. It also provides insights into the quality of the countryÕs.
6. Institutional and Financial Arrangements for Protected Area Management in Vietnam. Overview and Recommendations. 7. Legislation Enforcement Capacity and Training needs in Special–use Forests 8. Institutional Strengthening and Capacity Building for Biodiversity Conservation in Protected Areas. 9. Institutional sources for financing protected areas in East Asia 81 This report advocates a “business approach” to protected area management. This financial plan for protected areas. xi. The ten regional case studies included in Part 2 of the document demonstrate the wide. The central aim of this publication is to consider the key elements of a modern, comprehensive, and effective legal framework for successful management of protected areas. They provide practical guidance for all those involved in developing, improving, or reviewing national legislation on protected areas, be they legal drafters and practitioners, protected area managers, interested NGOs, or. Protected Areas of the World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) of IUCN, in collaboration with the Economics Service Unit of IUCN,,xii + available in Russian. Guidelines for Marine Protected me Kelleher,,xxiv + pp. Indigenous and Traditional Peoples and Protected Areas: Principles, Guidelines and Case Studies.
Figure Organizational structure of biodiversity state management 58 Figure Vietnam Protected Area System (under classification of Law on Forest Protection and Development and Law on Fisheries) 60 Figure Map of protected areas (under classification of Law on Biodiversity) 61 Figure Progress of forest coverage 62 Figure 4. Assessment of the Special-use Forest System and its Management in Thua Thien Hue Province. 5. Assessment of the Special-use Forest System and its Management in Lao Cai Province. 6. Institutional and Financial Arrangements for protected area management in Vietnam. Overview and Recommendations. 7. NGO participation in protected area management, and particularly wildlife protection, is a feature of some of India’s highest profile and best managed protected areas. Kaziranga National Park in northeast India, which is home to over 2, rhinos, 1, elephants, and tigers on j hectares, is a case in point. Review of protected areas and development in the four countries of the Lower Mekong River Region Lessons learned in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam.