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Developing Tools and Knowledge for Key Biodiversity Area Management and Delineation in Seychelles Using New IUCN International Standards Better Natural Resource Governance
Grantee Name: 
Plant Conservation Action group
HOTSPOT
Madagascar and the Indian Ocean Islands
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$99,990
DATES
Apr 2018
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Mar 2020
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Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Madagascar and the Indian Ocean Islands
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$99,990
DATES
Apr 2018
-
Mar 2020

Develop an online, accessible database on plants for Seychelles Key Biodiversity Areas. Work on developing the database and interface, and strengthen a network of contributors and users. The database will fill a gap in terms of conservation planning for the Seychelles, while enhancing consistency and transparency of the Environmental Impact Assessments which are a key tool to prevent damages to biodiversity in the Seychelles, where urban development and infrastructures represent the main threat to terrestrial biodiversity.

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