Strengthened multi-level governance framework for sustainable management and production in multiple use landscapes (MUL) and high value conservation forests (HVCF) in the Special Amazonian Territorial Circumscription (CTEA)
Level of improvement of family incomes derived from land uses in line with LUDPs, measured by the increase in:
a) Percentage of family income from diversified agricultural production with agroforestry production systems
b) % improvement in family income from timber and non-timber forest products.
It is proposed to manage this as two separate indicators, one for TFP and another NTFP.
b) Percentage of family income from wood and non-wood products
c) % improvement in family income in beneficiary families of the PSB.
c) Percentage of family income from Socio-Bosque incentives
d) Percentage of women´s incomes from non-wood products
e) Percentage of producers from indigenous nationalities located in protective forests from non-wood productsNumber of new partnership mechanisms with funding for sustainable management solutions of natural resources, ecosystem services, chemicals and waste at national and/or sub-national level.
Reduced direct pressure of productive sectors on forests, evidenced by the change in forest and ecosystem fragmentation patterns and landscape structure (measured by annual change in border length between intervened areas and remaining vegetation within a reference period, as per MAE methodology ), which improves conservation of threatened species
Surface area in hectares of MUL and HCVF outside of protected areas that maintain the supply of ecosystem services (including conservation of biodiversity, soils, water resources and carbon sequestration) through a strengthened multi-level governance framework and capacities based on landscape approach, as evidenced by:
a) Number of hectares covered through direct project intervention in the 3 priority landscapes
b) Number of hectares that can be potentially covered through indirect effect of project intervention (replication)
c) Number of hectares of the CTEA in the long term Tons of avoided emissions of CO2e attained through protection and sustainable management of forests :
a) Direct lifetime
b) Indirect lifetime Level of agreement by the Territorial Coordination Platform on a multi-level participatory governance involving central, provincial, cantonal and parochial levels based on a landscape approach and HCVFs.
Level of direct participation of women and members of indigenous nationalities in planning and management of MUL/HCFV in participatory structures that operate regularly and democratically:
a) Percentage of women in Citizen Assemblies, Cantonal Planning Councils and Territorial Coordination Platform
b) Percentage of members of indigenous nationalities in in Citizen Assemblies, Cantonal Planning Councils and Territorial Coordination PlatformNew:
Articulation of Land Use Information Systems.Number of planning and land use planning instruments that mainstream landscape approach, HCVF, biodiversity and ecosystem services considerations, gender and intercultural approaches in 5 cantons of the target landscapes approved, socialized and implemented:
a) Cantonal Land Use and Development Plans (LUDP) approved, socialized and implemented
b) Parish LUDPs approved, socialized and implemented
c) National level regulations in support of sustainable production in MUL approved, socialized and implemented
d) Local level ordinances that protect the natural resources (forests, water, biodiversity, wildlife) based on a landscape approach approved, socialized and implementedRevised New Indicator:
Knowledge management program for sustainable production and landscape management.Revised:
Level of improvement of institutional capacities of 7 institutions for sustainable planning and management in MUL, through the UNDP capacity score matrix.Original:
Improved institutional capacities of 7 institutions for effective sustainable planning and management in MUL in a coordinated and articulated manner, as measured by a % of increase in the UNDP Capacity Scorecard (Score rating: 0: Inefficient; 1: Good; 2: Very Good; 3: Excellent).
Degree to which financial institutions have mainstreamed environmental sustainability criteria in their loan portfolios for the CTEA measured by:
a) Number of financial institutions that mainstream environmental criteria in their portfolios of financial products for the CTEA
b) Percentage of their loan portfolios that mainstream environmental criteria
c) Number of personnel trained in sustainable financing and inter-cultural issues.
Increase in the volume of products commercialized in the target landscapes that respond to sustainable production criteria, measured by:
a) Sales volume of Amazonian establishments that incorporate good practices as evidenced by MAGAP statistics or international certifications
a) Volume of sales from Amazonian farms that incorporate environment-friendly best practices certified through the farm/agricultural production unit registry system
b) Volume of products entering the national market that comply with best practice or ecological certifications, as evidenced by MAGAP statistics. Comment: clearly detail the scope for this indicator and the difference with the indicator GEF.Re.2.2a
b) Volume of products entering the national market that comply with best practice or ecological certifications, as evidenced by MAGAP statistics.
Increase in volume of NTFP produced within the Socio-Bosque Program (PSB) that satisfies the demand identified by the Roundtable for Wood, Non-wood and Biodiversity Products, measure through:
a) Percentage of investment plans of PSB collective partners that include NTFP ventures with management plans.
a) Percentage of increase in community and individual PSB investment plans that include NTFP production with management plansRevised:
b) Volume of NTFPs directed to the national market from exploitation, based on management plans in PSB. (refers to the 4 products, will work with the global volume)
b) Volume of NTFP produced under management plans and commercialized in the national market (measured by MAE statistics)
Level of agreement by the Regional Platforms for Sustainable Supply Chains on sustainable production approaches for the CTEA, including deforestation free supply chains, certification standards, environment-friendly best practices, land use planning, based on a landscape approach.
Number of hectares of HCVFs in community and indigenous lands (in protective forests and PSB conservation areas) conserved through incentives, as evidenced by:Revised:
a) Hectares in protective forests with management plans that include production through comprehensive ATPA farm plans (for SLM).
a) Hectares of protective forests with management plans that have mainstreamed ATPA integral farm management plans (for SLM) Revised:
b) Area of MUL properties that have PSB agreements with investment plans that include SFM and SLM.
b) Hectares of PSB forests with investment plans that mainstream SFM and SLM
Degree of improvement in sustainable forest and biodiversity management of the Kutuku Shaimi Protective Forest , measured through:
a) Increase in the management effectiveness score for the measurement of the Kutuku Shaimi Protective Forest: management and planning; monitoring and follow-up; environmental communication; education and participation; management of biodiversity; public use and tourism.
b) Area of the Kutuku Shaimi protective forest managed under SFM and biodiversity criteria established in management plans.
c) % increase in the number of forest use permits granted by MAE on the basis of special management plans.
d) Increase in the number of Integrated Forest Management Plans authorized by MAE.
a) Increase in management effectiveness score for Protective Forests measuring: management and planning; monitoring and surveillance; environmental communication, education and participation; biodiversity management; public use and tourism.
b) Number of hectares of protective forests managed under SFM and biodiversity criteria established in management plans
c) Percentage of increase in the number of forest harvesting permits authorized by MAE on the basis of special management plans
d) Percentage of increase in the number of Integral Forest Management Plans authorized by MAE
Number of small, medium and large producers (including women and members of indigenous nationalities) that have improved their knowledge, attitude and practices for implementation of best practices to conserve biodiversity, reduce soil degradation and plan land use in the MUL of the three target landscapes (measured through surveys and including disaggregation by sex)
% reduction in the area of degraded area due to the adoption of best agricultural practices.Original:
Level of reduction of land degradation in the three target landscapes evidenced through the change in ecosystem function in areas under restoration with native species, measured through GAD restoration reports that include: i) georeferencing of areas identified for restoration; ii) number of hectares to be restored; iii) identification of landholders; iv) Schedule of restoration activities; v) technical information on maintenance and management of the area under restoration (survival and replacement rates)
Degree of adoption of silvopastures systems in the 3 selected landscapes that improve the connectivity and structure of the landscape, measured through the landscape metric (average weighted area of the Euclidean distance to the nearest neighbor (m)Original:
Degree of adoption of agrosilvopastoral systems in the 3 target landscapes that enhance landscape connectivity and structure, measured through the average Euclidian distance to the nearest natural vegetation patch weighted by area of the patches, as evidenced by:Revised:
a) Increase in the number of hectares under agroforestry or silvopastures systems in the process of being established in pastures or lands that are already deforested
a) Increase in the number of hectares under agrosilvopastoral systems in process of being established in pasture lands or already deforested landsb) Increase in the number of hectares incorporating live fences with native tree species in livestock areas
Surface area of three target landscapes covered by environment-friendly best practices following best practice manuals and guidelines, based on landscape, gender and inter-cultural approaches that contribute to establishing deforestation free supply chains :
a) Number of hectares of coffee and cacao in Northern Amazon with soil management, integrated pest management, best management of agro-chemicals, among others
b) Number of hectares of oil palm in Northern Amazon under certification schemes
c) Forest area covered with management plans for at least one NTFP species in the North, Central and South Amazonia.
c) Number of hectares covered by management plans for 4 NTFP species in Central Amazon
d) Number of hectares under livestock production in Southern Amazon with soil recovery practices, incorporation of native forest and fruit trees, live fences, and pasture management, among others.
e) Number of hectares of HCVFs conserved through conservation agreements with small, medium and large producers
Level of project implementation and achievement of results (percentage of budgetary execution)
Mid-term review report and final evaluation report
Number of publications on best practices and lessons learned (at least 1 on gender)