Conserving Habitats for Globally Important Flora and Fauna in Production Landscapes Project Results Report
Jan 2, 2020
Conserving Habitats for Globally Important Flora and Fauna in Production Landscapes is initiated under the cooperation between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), International Union of Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Office of National Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP) and Zoological Park Organization (ZPO) with support from the Global Environment Facility (GEF). The aim is to promote conservation and biodiversity of globally important flora and fauna species through developing local habitat management in Thailand for Eastern Sarus Crane, Spoon-Billed Sandpiper and Water Onion.
The project was carried out during 22 September 2015 - 21 September 2019. Of the US$12,896,137 total funding, ONEP’s contribution was US$6,997,234. The additional US$3,757,493 was from ONEP. GEF funded US$1,758,904 for the project and UNDP supported US$40,810 on administrative work. The Bird Conservation Society of Thailand and Thailand Environment Institute Foundation also contributed additional funding of US$143,171 and US$11,400 respectively. The aim is to achieve the main objectives of eliminating challenges facing management and conservation of habitats for globally important flora and fauna in production landscapes.
Thanks to strong cooperation between agencies and stakeholders at all levels throughout, the project was well implemented throughout the four-year period. We appreciate all your support and contribution leading the success of the project.