Protected areas are locations which receive protection because of their natural, ecological and cultural values.
The project "Forest and Mountain Protected Areas" (FMPAP) is funded by a grant from
the Global Environmental Facility and aims to strengthen the protection and
management of forests and mountain protected areas of global significance.
Source of funding: Federal Ministry of Environment and Tourism (GEF-WB supported)
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Period: 2012 - 2013
One of the components of the project, which contributes to the achievement of the objective,
is to strengthen the capacity of institutions and other entities responsible for the planning, establishment and management of protected areas and biodiversity
conservation. To achieve sustainability and the defined objectives of nature conservation and biodiversity, it is essential to build the capacities of all stakeholders involved in the process. Certain capacities, particularly in the identified protected areas already exist, but it is necessary to build and develop the skills of technical management for the present but also the future management bodies.
Preparation of the plan and terms of reference for the trainings
Monitoring the effects of the training
The audit and evaluation of studies prepared by the project: Drafting of the Red List and Baseline Ecological Assessment Report for Una National Park and Nature Park Blidinje
Periodic assessment of the effectiveness of protected area management
Monitoring and evaluation of activities and results in order to strengthen the
capacity and professional review and evaluation report on the implementation of training, and the results of the project to achieve the project objectives
TYPES OF SERVICES
Networking and Communication
Preparation of educational materials