5. 2 National Biodiversity Action Plan goal 1




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5.2 National Biodiversity Action Plan
GOAL 1: To take appropriate measures to protect critical ecosystems against harmful effects

or destructive practices for conservation of biological diversity.


5.2.1 Priority short-term, medium-term and long-term actions, costs and implementers


Goal-Objective-Action-Expected Result


INDICATORS


IMPLEMENTERS

COST

US$

(I)

2004-2008

(II)

2009-2015

G1O1- A1 Protecting nesting grounds for marine turtles

E1: Project management staff hired


E2: Equipment acquired and installed
E3: A protection program for marine turtles nesting grounds put in place
E4: More than 85% of the marine turtles nesting grounds identified
E5: A marine turtles management committee established
E6: Marine turtles nesting grounds fully protected


A protection program for marine turtles nesting grounds designed by 2005
More than 40% of the coastline of Liberia checked for marine turtles nesting grounds by 2006
More than 85% of the coastline of Liberia checked for marine turtles nesting grounds by 2007
A 27- member National Marine Turtles committee selected by 2008

SAMFU, SAED, UL, MOA



200,000

X




G1O1- A2 Strengthening the Liberian coast guard to deter marine poaching
E1: Project management staff hired
E2: Two naval boats acquired and operationalized
E4: Instructional materials produced
E5: Coast guards capacity improved
E6: Liberia’s territorial waters fully protected from

poachers



Regular patrols by the Liberian coast guards commenced by 2005
350 training manuals developed by 2005
400 information brochures developed by 2005
125 coast guards trained by 2005
250 coast guards trained by 2007


MOD, BOMA, MOA, MOJ

2,000,000

X




G1O1-A3 Constructing storage facilities for the conservation of local crop genetic materials
E1: Project management staff hired
E2: Equipment acquired and installed
E3: Local genetic materials collected and characterized
E4: Storage facilities properly managed

E5: Seventy-five storage facilities operationalized


E6: Viable agricultural local genetic materials stored
E7: Local genetic materials adequately stored in the five Agriculture Regions


Five suitable sites selected in each of the five Agricultural regions by 2005
Eight storage facilities constructed in each Agricultural region

by 2006
120 personnel trained in storage procedures and techniques by 2006


Forty storage facilities in all Agricultural regions operationalized by 2007
Thirty-five additional storage facilities constructed in the remaining 7 counties by 2007
225 personnel trained in storage procedures and techniques by 2007


LWS/WF, CARI, MOA, LPMC

510,000

X




G1O1-A4 Providing local crop genetic materials for use by local communities
E1: Project management staff employed
E2: Equipment acquired and installed
E3: Farmers and their respective planting materials needs met for each county

E4: Livelihood activities of farm households in all

15 county raised
E5: Farmers sensitized on the concept of

revolving planting materials



750 farmers and their respective planting materials needs identified for each county by 2004
Crop genetic materials distributed to communities identified by 2008



LWS/WF, CRS, CARI, UMCAP, CDA, MOA

830,000

X




G1O1-A5 Rehabilitating wetlands and mangroves

E1: Project management staff hired


E2: Equipment acquired and set up
E3: A rehabilitation program of degraded wetlands and mangroves in each county established
E4: Personnel for project operations employed

E5: Productivity of wetlands and

Mangroves of Liberia improved


A rehabilitation program of degraded wetlands and mangroves in each county designed by 2004
Recruitment of personnel by 2005



EPA, BOMA, MOA, MOH, FDA

200,000

X




G1O1-A6 Developing Action Plans for bird species of global conservation concern
E1-Information on the ecology and reproduction of the birds made available
E2-The public fully informed about the birds
E3- Laws to protect the birds available

Programmes to study the ecology and reproduction initiated by 2005
Appropriate awareness designed by 2005
Awareness programme annunciated in the 15 vernaculars of Liberia by 2006
Legislation to protect the birds enacted by 2007


FDA, SCNL

150,000










G1O1A7 – Establishing and supporting local site support groups (SSGs) at hotspot to help in site protection

Establishing a profile of local SSGs by 2005
Conduct workshops for awareness by 2005


SCNL, FDA, Birdlife Intl/Liberia

200,000

X




G1O1A8 – Encouraging research in all seasons crop production

Awareness, Legislation and Monitoring conducted by 2005

UL,CARI, FDA, MOA

50,000

X




G1O1A9 – Remediation of abandoned mines in natural heritage sites

East Nimba Heritage Site assessed for possible tourist attraction by 2004

Existing facilities including the railway rehabilitated by 2006



Old mines reclaimed by 2007

MICAT,EPA, MLME LIMINCO

1,500,000









G1O1A10 – Protecting of breeding colonies of bird species of global conservation concern
E1-The public fully informed about the birds
The birds fullu protected

Studies of the period of migration conducted by 2005
Intensive protection campaign executed during period of migration from 2005 to 2008

Birdlife International, SCNL




X




G101-A11: Initiating integrated conservation and development for threatened Important Bird Areas (IBAs)
E1-Important Bird Areas of the country identified
E2- Important bird Areas of the country protected

National survey to identify Important Bird Areas of the country conducted by 2005
Integrated ecosystem management approached adopted for the areas by 2006



Birdlife International, SCNL










G1O2-A1 Gathering baseline information on the taxonomy of plants and animals in proposed protected areas
E1: Project management staff employed
E2: Equipment acquired and put in use
E3: Botanists, biometricians, zoologists, foresters and taxonomists hired
E4: Taxonomical data of each proposed protected area catalogued

Recruitment of botanists, biometricians, zoologists, foresters and taxonomists by 2004
Taxonomical survey of each proposed protected area conducted by 2005



FDA, UL, CUC, SOLF

250,000

X




G1O2-A2 Gathering socioeconomic data of proposed protected areas
E1: Project management staff employed
E2: Equipment acquired and put in use
E3: Social foresters, agricultural extensionists, forest and agricultural economists, sociologists and statisticians employed
E4: Socio-economics data of each proposed protected area compiled and catalogued


Recruitment of social foresters, agricultural extensionists, forest and agricultural economists, sociologists and statisticians by 2004
Socio-economics survey of each proposed protected area conducted by 2005


SCNL, FDA, UL, CUC, CI, FFI

90,000

X







G1O2-A3 Supporting creation of Lake Piso, Cestos-Senkwehn, Wologizi, Lofa-Mano and Wenegizi as protected areas
E1: Project management staff hired
E2: Equipment acquired and put in use
E3: Project operations personnel employed
E3: Baseline ecological data of Lake Piso, Cestos-

Senkwehn, Wologizi, Lofa-Mano and Wenegizi

gathered and catalogued
E4: Lake Piso, Cestos- Senkwehn, Wologizi, Lofa- Mano and Wenegizi

gazetted as protected





Recruitment of personnel by 2004
Preliminary survey of Lake Piso, Cestos-Senkwehn, Wologizi, Lofa-Mano and Wenegizi conducted by 2004 – 2006
Survey result published by 2007
A legislation to gazette Lake Piso, Cestos-Senkwehn, Wologizi, Lofa-Mano and Wenegizi as protected areas enacted by 2008

FDA, SCNL, CI, FFI

400,000

X







G1O2-A4 Supporting the creation of new protected areas to cover all the country’s ecosystems
E1: Project management staff set up
E2: Equipment acquired and operationalized
E3: Personnel for inventories hired
E4: Inventories result catalogue and accessible
E5: Suitable gazetted as ecosystem types as protected areas



Recruitment of personnel for inventories by 2004
3 regional inventories conducted to determine the various ecosystem types in the country by 2004 - 2006
Inventories result published by 2007
A legislation enacted to gazette the suitable ecosystem types as protected areas enacted by 2008

FDA, UL, EPA, SOLF

112,600

X




G1O2-A5 Establishing/Demarcating boundaries of new and existing protected areas
E1: Project management staff employed
E2: Equipment acquired and operationalized
E3: Survey team hired
E4: Boundary lines of each protected area established


A surveying team assembled for each protected area by 2005
Boundary lines demarcation of each protected area commenced by 2005
25% boundary lines of the protected areas demarcated by 2006
50% boundary lines of the protected areas demarcated by 2007
75% boundary lines of the protected areas demarcated by 2008
100% boundary lines of the protected areas demarcated by 2009


FDA, EPA, SOLF, MLME, CI

1,000,000

X

X

G1O2-A6 Preparing management plans for protected areas
E1: Project management staff employed
E2: Equipment acquired and operationalized
E3: Stakeholders especially local communities ideals and opinions incorporated.
E4: Each protected area comes under appropriate

Management regime




3 participatory/consultative workshops of stakeholders, especially local communities conducted to consider the plans by 2006
A management plan for each protected area designed by 2007

FDA, MPEA, CI, EPA

50, 000

X




G1O2-A7 Formulating appropriate legislation for protected areas
E1: Existing legislation reviewed

E2: Results of review process made public


E3: New legislation formulated to cope with present realities

Consultative workshop to review existing legislation on protected area management held in 2005
Drafting committee set up to formulate a revised legislation in 2005
A new protected area law enacted in 2006

FDA, EPA, MOJ, Green Advocates

50,000

X




G102-A8: Establishing four botanic gardens in Southeastern, Northwestern and Central Liberia and within the Monrovia area

Committee set up to select suitable
Sites identified by survey engineers and botanists
10 acres earmarked for each of the sites
plant specimens collected from botanically rich areas in the country
Botanic gardens established in Bong (Central), Maryland (Southeastern) and Grand Cape Mount (Northwestern) Counties


POCAL, UL, FDA, MOA

400,000




X

G1O3-A1 Reactivation and strengthening the capacities of biodiversity institutions
E1: Project management staff employed
E2: Equipment acquired and operationalized
E3: Colleges of Science and Agriculture &

Forestry, University of Liberia re-capacitated

operationalized

E4: Science departments and Faculty of Agriculture & Integrated Rural Development, Cuttington

University College re-capacitated & operationalized

E5: Mano River Union Forestry Training Institute and Marine Training Institute re-capacitated

operationalized
E6: Curricula of the various institutions upgraded


University of Liberia, Colleges of Science and Agriculture & Forestry renovated by 2005
Cuttington University College, Science departments and Faculty of Agriculture & Integrated Rural Development renovated by 2006
Mano River Union School of Forestry and the Marine Training Institute reactivated by 2006
Curricula of the various institutions revision completed by 2006

UL, CUC, MOE, MOA, FDA

1,200,000

X




G1O3-A2: Holding in-service workshops and seminars to update knowledge of personnel in forestry and protected areas management
E1: Project management staff employed
E2: Equipment acquired and operationalized
E3: Training needs and level of biodiversity

institutions met


E4: Capacity of personnel in forestry and protected areas management built and improved



Training needs and level of biodiversity institutions identified by 2004
3 regional training workshops in forestry and protected areas management conducted by 2004
6 regional workshops in forestry and protected areas management conducted by 2005


UL, CUC, EPA, FDA, SOLF

25,000

X




G1O3-A3: Building human capacities in EIA in related biodiversity disciplines
E1: Present cadet of EIA technicians reviewed
E2: Roaster of EIA technicians set up
E3: EIA training conducted at all levels

Training of trainers workshop held for EIA technicians 2004
Training workshop on EIA techniques conducted in 2004
50 EIA technicians certificated in 2005
10 college graduates trained in environmental risk assessment by 2006



EPA, FDA, MOA, MLME

50,000

X




G1O4-A1 Revision of, as appropriate, existing legislations in forestry and protected areas management
E1: Project management staff employed
E2: Equipment acquired and operationalized
E3: Legislation enacted to ensure 10% of the benefit accrued by logging companies be remitted to the local communities in which they operate by 2005
E4: Suitable mechanisms designed for the implementation of protected areas management laws by 2006
E5: Appropriate legislations enacted for forestry and protected areas management by 2006


Legislation enacted to ensure 10% of the benefit accrued by logging companies be remitted to the local communities in which they operate by 2005
Suitable mechanisms designed for the implementation of protected areas management laws by 2006
Appropriate legislations enacted for forestry and protected areas management by 2006


EPA, MPEA, FDA, MIA,MOJ, Green Advocates

85, 000

X




G1O4-A2 Assessing existing institutional capacities to determine gaps for the creation of new institutions as appropriate in forestry, marine and protected areas management
E1: Project staff employed
E2: Equipment acquired and put in use
E3: Existing biodiversity institutions capacitated and upgraded
E5: Institute of Environmental Resources

Management operationalized



Capacity gaps identified in existing biodiversity institutions by 2004
Existing biodiversity institutions curricula revised by 2005
Institute of Environmental Resources Management established by 2006

UL, CUC, MOE, MOA, FDA,

EPA


82,000

X




G105-A1: Conducting social, economic, cultural and environmental impact assessment of protected areas and ecological corridors

Impacts on customary use of biological resources established
Impacts on the respect, preservation, protection and maintenance of traditional knowledge established
Impacts on sacred sites and associated ritual ceremonial activities established
Codes of Ethics and protocols for cultural privacy developed
Baseline studies conducted to include the following elements:

  1. species inventories

  2. identification of endangered species and species at risk

  3. identification of particular significant habitats

  4. identification of areas of particular economic significance

  5. identification of particular significant physical features

  6. identification of sites of religious, spiritual, ceremonial and sacred significance




  1. demographic factors

economic parameters such as housing and accommodation, health status, income level, infrastructure and asset distribution, traditional systems of production and gender roles and relations, traditional non-monetary systems, responsibilities and concepts of equity in society, and traditional systems of resources allocation, including resources that have been hunted, collected or harvested



SCNL, FDA, FFI, CI

175,000

X

X

G1O6A1: Developing regulations covering the introduction of exotic genetic resources
E1-The UN Treaty on

Genetic Resources ratified


E2- Legislations on the

Introduction of genetic

reforms reviewed
E3-Guidelines and

Regulations on the

introduction of genetic

resources into Liberia

prepared
E4-Leislation enacted on the introduction of genetic resources


The FAO convention on Genetic Resources acceded to or ratified by 2004
Consultative meetings with stakeholders to review existing policies on exotic genetic resources held by 2005
UN Treaty on Genetic Reform adopted by 2005
Legislations on exotic genetic resources reviewed by 2005
Recommendations on the introduction of genetic resources made to the Legislature for enactment into law



UL,EPA, FDA, MIA, MOJ, MPEA, MOA

200,000

X




G1O6A2: Conducting workshops on the importance of genetic resources
E1: Resource persons/experts on genetic resources identified for consultation
E2: Stakeholders identified
E3: Public awareness materials on the importance of genetic resources prepared and the information disseminated through the media

Survey carried out to identify resource persons/experts in genetic resources conservation and roster of experts prepared
Relevant institutions for genetic resources identified and informed on the conduct of workshop
Print materials such as leaflets, brochures on the importance of genetic resources prepared and distributed to public and stakeholders
Use of dramas, talk shows, interviews, to inform stakeholders and the general public on the importance of genetic resources

MIA,MOA, FDA

75,000

X




G107A1: Developing regulations for logging and plantation development on enclaves on higher elevations and waterways

Workshop for creating awareness on the reservation of enclaves on high elevations within industrial plantations and along waterways conducted by 2005


MIA,MOA, FDA,MICAT, SOLF, Firestone, LAC

25,000

X




G107A2: Creating awareness on the importance of providing/leaving enclaves on higher elevations and waterways
E1-cross-section of the public fully informed
E2-Farming and the development of plantations on high elevations and along waterways reduced


Consultative meetings with the management of large-scale plantations held by 2005

Consultative meetings with local government officials in the countries held by 2005


Village drama groups organized by 2006

FDA,MOA, EPA, SAMFU, SOLF




X




G109A1: Designing appropriate artisanal fishing gears


Selected net mesh tried by 2004
Construction of ponds by 2004

LWS/WF,UMCAP,MIA,MOA

250,000

X




G109A2: Establishing fishing regiments/seasons
E1- National fish statistics obtained
E2- Fishing monitored and regulated

A monthly survey to determine species, size and quantity of fish harvest conducted by 2005
A monthly quota of fish harvest determined by 2006
Regulations on fish harvesting developed by 2006
Mechanism to monitor fish harvesting quota put in place by 2006



MOA, EPA




X




G109A3: Reinforcing existing laws on the use of explosives and chemicals
E1-Unlawful use of explosive reduced significantly

Awareness workshop conducted by 2004
Existing laws on explosives and chemicals reinforced between 2004-2008

MIA, MOJ, FDA

20,000

X




G1011A1: Reinforcing quarantine laws
E1- The entry of pathogens and undesired alien species of plants and animals reduced by 90%
E2: Quarantine laws widely known

Existing laws reviewed, strengthened and enforced between 2005
Public education and awareness on quarantine laws conducted nation wide 2005
Relevant Ministries and Agencies employ enough quarantine officers by 2006

MOA, MOJ, MOF

45,000

X




G1012A1: Establishing monitoring systems for the introduction of Alien species
E1- Airports and Seaports controlled for the importation of alien species
E2: Customs officers know about alien species


Monitoring capacity of EPA strengthened by 2005
Customs officers trained in tracking down alien species by 2005
Environmental inspectors and customs officers set up a joint monitoring team by 2006
A national monitoring put in place and operational by 2007

MOA,MOJ, FDA, EPA

30,000

X







G1O13-A1 Supporting law enforcement in the conservation of each ecosystem
E1: Project management staff hired
E2: Equipment acquired and put in place
E3: 660 training manuals produced for protected

areas law enforcement


E4: 1,400 information brochures produced

for protected areas law enforcement


E5: General public awareness on the importance of ecosystems conservation appreciated
E6: Protected areas personnel capacity improved


660 training manuals designed for protected areas law enforcement by 2004
1,400 information brochures designed/ developed for protected areas law enforcement by 2004
6 awareness campaigns on the importance of ecosystems conservation for the general public conducted by 2005
250 protected areas personnel trained by 2006
500 protected areas personnel trained by 2007

SCNL, ERADRO, UL, CEEP,SOLF, FDA, LNP

58,000

X




G1014A1: Designing incentives package for graduates of biological and environmental sciences
E1: Salary structure of graduates reviewed
E2: Housing scheme set for college graduates



A survey of students in the areas of environment sciences is conducted by 2004
A scholarship programme initiated by 2005
Habitat programme initiated for graduates in 2006
Graduates in biological sciences provided housing by 2008

MPEA, MOL, MOE

185,000

X




G1O15-A1 Supporting prevention of coastal erosion by putting in place break waters and planting of coconut trees along the coast line
E1: Project management staff employed
E2: Equipment acquired and operationalized
E3: 95% of affected coastline areas and those

proned to erosion identified


E4: Beaches and other areas pruned to erosion prevented from erosion

E5: Sand mining along beaches controlled



45% of affected coastline areas and those pruned to erosion checked by 2005
95% of affected coastline areas and those pruned to erosion checked by 2006
Break waters constructed along 50% of the coastline areas and areas pruned to erosion by 2007
Break waters constructed along 95% of the coastline areas and areas pruned to erosion by 2008
Coconut trees planted along beaches by 2008
Control measures instituted to regulate sand mining along beaches 2008

EPA, MPW, MLME, FDA, NPA

350,000

X




G1015A2: Enforcing existing laws on beach mining
E1-The National Coast Guard conduct regular petrol along the beaches
E2- Beach mining reduced by 75%

The National Coast Guards empowered by 2005
Alternative to coastal sand found by 2005

MOD, MIA, MPW, NPA

4,000,000

X




G1016A1: Supporting training in Risk Assessment and management for Biotechnology
E1- Trained personnel available to conduct risk assessment
E2-Personnel capacitated to conduct risk assessment

10 Graduates in biological sciences and/or chemistry selected by 2005
The graduate trained at the postgraduate levels in risk assessment by 2008
The graduate integrated and empowered

EPA, UL, CUC, MOA

200,000







G1016-A2: Supporting adherence to international regulations governing the use and release of LMOs to the environment
E2 -Bio-safety policy formulated

E3- The use and release of LMOs legislated


E4-Monitoring and enforcement of legislation on LMOs carried out
E5- Public awareness on the issues of Bio-safety carried out on the issue of biosafety

Necessary administrative system set up at the EPA by
Biosafety activities coordinated and come in collaboration with relevant national institutions /UNEP-GEF
National vision on biosafety identified
Draft NBF prepared following series of consultations
Finalizing NBF and submission to UNEP-GEF

EPA, Green Advocates, MFA, MOA

85,000

X



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