3 edition of Needs and priorities for a protected area system in Lao PDR found in the catalog.
Needs and priorities for a protected area system in Lao PDR
|Statement||by R.E. Salter and Bouaphanh Phanthavong.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2000/63725 (S)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 29 leaves|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||99910555|
The Lao People’s Democratic Republic was established in December , succeeding the Kingdom of Laos. This followed decades of civil war between the Royal Lao Government and the communist Pathet Lao, as well as involvement in the 2 nd Indochina conflict. With the defeat of the royalists, the monarchy was abolished and the communist Lao People’s Revolutionary Party (LPRP) instituted a one. private investment in the Lao PDR is vital to overcome the ten - sion between the growing needs for infrastructure and public services against state budgetary limitations. With significant infrastructure and resource exploitation needs and only limited capital resources, the Government of the Lao PDR has had to.
Prioritisation policy, procedures and practices relating to UXO clearance in Lao PDR Broader GOL priorities 8 Allocation of areas, clearance organisations and finances 10 The report maps the current prioritisation system in Lao PDR, including UXO policies and related development policies of the Government of Lao PDR (GOL. “Helping countries adapt to the health impacts of climate change is a key strategic priority for WHO globally, regionally, and here in Lao PDR.”- said Dr Mark Jacobs, WHO Representative to Lao PDR. WHO has been working with the Lao government to strengthen the health sector’s capacity to cope with climate change.
General background of the Lao PDR and its rural sector General profile of the country and main socio-economic indicators The Lao People's Democratic Republic is a small country with a total land area of about km 2 and a population of about five million people (mid estimate), giving an overall population density of 20/km 2. Following the increasing number of COVID cases, on 29 March the Government of Lao PDR formally announced nation-wide lockdown. Despite the still limited number of COVID cases, the outbreak in the region has impacted trade, construction and tourism and .
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Review of the National Protected Area System of Lao PDR viii The Lao approach to protected area management is more advanced than other more 'developed' Asian nations. This stems from three GoL policies: • Management should benefit NBCA residents • Management should proceed in a participatory manner with residentsFile Size: KB.
While Robichaud et al. () evaluated the representation of biodiversity of Lao PDR's current protected area system and identified priority areas for future conservation management; others did. The Lao PDR – United Nations Partnership Framework (UNPF) is.
the overall framework for the United Nations in Lao PDR. The United Nations Country Team (UNCT) is grateful for its partnership with the Government of Lao PDR and expresses its appreciation to all who participated in the. BIODIVERSITY AND PROTECTED AREAS Lao PDR.
Regional Environmental Technical Assistance Poverty Reduction & Environmental Management in Remote Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) Watersheds Project (Phase I) BIODIVERSITY AND PROTECTED AREAS Lao PDR. By File Size: KB. Protected areas system planning and management in Lao PDR status report to mid Protected areas system planning and management in Lao PDR status report to mid Complete Title: Protected areas system planning and management in Lao PDR Cited by: Needs and priorities for a protected area system in Lao PDR.
Forest Resources Conservation Project, Lao/Swedish Forestry Cooperation Programme, Vientiane, Lao PDR. Salter, R.E., Phanthavong, B., and Vongphet, V. Planning and development of a protected area system in Lao PDR: status report to mid ABOUT LAO PDR WHERE WE WORK The Lao PDR is a landlocked country with a diverse population of almost 7 million people, with more than ethnic groups and four major language groupings.
Economic activities include rice cultivation, mining of tin, gold, copper and silver, agricultural related industry and tourism related industry.
In the Lao PDR, legislation on ethnic minority groups is in place, but implementation remains weak. While health services for EMGs are given high priority, the Government is facing capacity constraints that affect services for EMGs. The Lao PDR also doesn’t have a large number of NGOs addressing minority ethnic group issues.
Motivation for payments for ecosystem services in Laos 3 closed in Commercial electricity generation commenced two years later (after the km2 reservoir filled and various infrastructure and engineering tests had been completed). Most of the dam’s electricity is sold and exported to Thailand.
For Laos, the core function of NT2 is to. Assessing Forest Governance in the Countries of the Greater Mekong Subregion David Gritten 1,*, Sophie Rose Lewis 1,2, monitoring system, and initiatives that support informed decision-making by forest product and Nam Pouy National Protected Area (Lao PDR) 3.
Transboundary Vietnam–Lao-Cambodia Landscape (VLCL): covering (a) Eastern. Southern Lao PDR’ project. Since the Eld’s Deer Sanctuary was founded intheir numbers have increased threefold from around 13 individuals to around 46 to Photo credit: UNDP Lao PDR File Size: 1MB.
cent of the country’s area, while this coverage of protected areas increases to around per cent of the land area with the addition of Provincial Protected Areas and District Protected Areas.
Although the Lao PDR is still rich in natural resources, its biodiversity has been negatively. • Area:sq km • Population: 6, system to a more countrywide surveillance system. CDC-WHO has also supported the transformation and expansion of Lao PDR’s early warning lao pdr, laos, influenza division, international activities, annual report.
Lao PDR has substantial dependence on external finance–particularly for priority health programs that include Tuberculosis, Malaria, and immunization programs.
Despite the recent increase, health’s share of the national budget is 6%, which is low compared to other countries in the region. Ecological surveys, monitoring and the involvement of local people in protected areas of Lao PDR Article January with 38 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Robert Steinmetz.
Publications advanced search. Protected area fact-sheets: annex to the Mid status report on protected area system planning and management in Lao PDR. Organization(s): Needs and priorities for a protected area system in Lao PDR. Author(s): Salter, Richard E. (Richard Edward). In Rural Areas 98 urban and peri-urban areas 99 3 Organizational Development within Agencies of Development Cooperation Bibliography Annex 1: I.
Situation Map of Lao PDR II. Organigram of Government of Lao P.D.R. (March ) III. Organization Chart of. The Lao PDR-United Nations Partnership Framework (UNPF) – reflects these strategic directions and sets out the priorities for the UN system in Lao PDR as a whole, including with respect to implementation of the Decent Work Agenda within which the ILO plays a key Size: 1MB.
Vientiane, 24 October - Today marks 74 years since the entry into force in of the UN Charter which embodies the hopes, dreams and aspirations of “we the peoples”.
On this day, the UN reaffirms its pledge to support countries around the world, including Lao PDR, in achieving their national priorities and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as set by the Agenda for.
The design of the National Protected Area (NPA) system was initiated in the late s by Government of Lao PDR under the Lao-Swedish Forestry Cooperation Programme, with technical support from.
In the Lao PDR, a system of National Protected Areas (NPAs) was established in The Lao NPA system has been praised for not only being established in areas of high conservation value but also forAuthor: Miles Kenney-Lazar.Grant Recipient: Lao PDR Amount: SDR million (US$ million equivalent) Terms: Grant Obiectives: To protect biological diversity through human resource development and institutional strengthening, the designation, establishment and management of priority protected areas and protection of File Size: 2MB.4.
FAO IN LAO PDR 25 A Brief Overview of FAO in Lao PDR 26 Coherence with United National Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) 27 5.
CPF PRIORITY AREAS 28 CPF Priority Area 1: Improved food and nutritional security through enhanced policy, planning and implementation 28File Size: 1MB.