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Handful of women sitting on ground, completing paper survey.
Livelihood survey in Man Pin Village to assess community’s socio-economic conditions and dependence on biodiversity and ecosystem services.
© Piman, T., SEI Asia
Empowering Civil Society and Governmental Agencies to Mainstream Biodiversity and Ecosystem Service Values into Development Plans for the Chindwin River Basin, Myanmar
Grantee Name: 
Stockholm Environment Institute
HOTSPOT
Indo-Burma
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$350,000
DATES
Apr 2017
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Jun 2019
Stats
Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Indo-Burma
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$350,000
DATES
Apr 2017
-
Jun 2019

Quantify the potential impacts of selected development plans (mining, logging, hydropower, agriculture, navigation, etc.) on biodiversity, communities and livelihoods in the Chindwin Basin. Build capacity of civil society groups and government agencies in valuation of ecosystem services and impact assessment of development plans. Through direct engagement and policy dialogue, mainstream biodiversity and ecosystem services into selected government policies and plans.

Strategic Direction: 6 Engage key actors in mainstreaming biodiversity, communities and livelihoods into development planning in the priority corridors