Project
 
2002 - 2002


Indonesia:

Mid Term Review of Conservation of the Paguyaman Forest in North Sulawesi

The Darwin Initiative supported the establishment of a forest reserve in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. Through the project, Conservation of the Paguyaman Forest in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, (Ref 162/09/012) in partnership with a range of Indonesian organisations and additional support from the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), Jakarta. The project ran for a period of three years, commencing in October 1999. The LTS managed Edinburgh Centre for Tropical Forests conducted a Mid-Term Review of this project in September 2002 under the auspices of the Darwin Initiative Monitoring and Evaluation project.



Clients: Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs


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Geography: Indonesia

Date: 2002

Keywords: MTR, Darwin, Darwin Initiative, Paguyaman, forest, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, DEFRA
 
 


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