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Evaluation of Closed Darwin Initiative Projects in Indonesia



This evaluation of closed projects in Indonesia is based on a mix of interviews in UK and field visits. The five projects evaluated were running between 1995 and 2003 but there was also a current project that is a continuation of two of the earlier projects. The projects evaluated included a herbarium database, a revised university forestry curriculum for conservation and study of the biodiversity and hydrology of peatsawmp forest as well as the two projects referred to above, which related to illegal trade in rattan and bushmeat and moved on to establishment of a protected area. All the projects were considered to be highly relevant and to have been efficiently delivered.

Services:
M&E, Ecosystems

Geography:
Indonesia

Date:
2006 - 2007

Keywords:
ECP, evalution of closed project, Darwin, Darwin Initiative, DEFRA, M&E, Ecosystems, closed projects, Indonesia, Asia