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Mauritius, Mid Term Review of Developing Reserves for Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Fisheries in Rodrigues, DEFRA



This report provided the findings and recommendations of the mid-term review for Darwin Initiative Project 13-027: Developing Reserves for Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Fisheries in Rodrigues. The mid-term review aimed to assess the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness and impact of the project thus far and provide suggestions to overcome issues constraining project progress. One week was spent in Rodrigues with host country partners and interviews were held with a range of stakeholders. The project achieved significant progress in a number of areas – on monitoring and education/awareness activities particularly. The main host institution, Shoals Rodrigues, is a ‘child’ of successive DI projects that is now maturing into a credible local NGO run by respected local staff. This is a significant legacy for the Darwin Initiative.

Services:
M&E, Ecosystems

Geography:
Mauritius

Date:
2007

Keywords:
MTR, Darwin, Darwin Initiative, DEFRA, MTR, mid term review, reserves, biodiversity conservation, biodiversity, conservation, sustainable fisheries, fisheries, Rodrigues, Mauritius