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Capacity and Tools for Biodiversity Mainstreaming in the Guinean Forests of West Africa Biodiversity Hotspot
Grantee Name: 
Fauna & Flora International
HOTSPOT
Guinean Forests of West Africa
AMOUNT
US$49,966
DATES
Sep 2019
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Nov 2019
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Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Guinean Forests of West Africa
AMOUNT
US$49,966
DATES
Sep 2019
-
Nov 2019

Support the production of a working draft of a Theory of Change (ToC) for biodiversity mainstreaming in private and public policy and practice across the GFWA hotspot. This will provide the basis and the rationale for actions and partnerships with private sector and will guide and facilitate partnerships among local communities, private sector and government to develop models for best practices in mining, sustainable forestry and sustainable agriculture by private companies. The ToC will guide the RIT and CSOs/NGOs in delivering on the SD 2. Mainstream biodiversity conservation into public policy and private sector practice in the nine conservation corridors, at local, sub-national and national levels and its associated Investment Priorities.

Strategic Direction: 4 Build the capacity of local civil society organizations, including Indigenous People’s, women’s and youth groups, to conserve and manage globally important biodiversity