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Advancing Environmental Management Practices and Threatened Species Recovery through Partnerships with Private Sector in the Seychelles - First Phase
Grantee Name: 
Island Biodiversity & Conservation
HOTSPOT
Madagascar and the Indian Ocean Islands
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$152,458
DATES
Nov 2016
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Mar 2019
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Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Madagascar and the Indian Ocean Islands
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$152,458
DATES
Nov 2016
-
Mar 2019

Support private sector companies and landowners from the Seychelles, on the islands of Mahé, Grande Soeur and Sainte-Anne, to adopt biodiversity management best practices. With private sector partners, the project will also lay the groundwork for future reintroduction of rare, native Seychellois species, and invasive species management. This includes preparation of reintroduction plans, environmental impact assessment and pesticide management plans, according to the Government of Seychelles' regulations.

Strategic Direction: 2 Enable civil society to mainstream biodiversity and conservation into political and economic decision-making.