Sierra Leone - National Targets

Show map

The national targets (or equivalent) presented in this database are taken from the NBSAPs received since COP-10, fifth national reports or from documents submitted separately. The mapping of national targets to the Aichi Biodiversity Targets by the Party concerned is indicated in the last column “Related Aichi Target(s)”. All Parties are encouraged to undertake this mapping exercise and to submit this information to SCBD for incorporation in this database.

Reference Target Related Strategic Goals/Aichi Targets
Strategic Output A1 Effective Public Education and Awareness Programmes Delivered and Improving People’s Attitudes and Behaviour Towards Biodiversity Conservation. 1
Strategic Output A2 Ensure that Sound Policy, Legislative and Institutional Measures for Biodiversity Conservation, including International Conventions are in place and Operational. 2, 3
Strategic Output A3 All Development, Extractive and Related Projects are Preceded by Sound Environment and Social Impact Assessment 4
Strategic Output A4 A Workable Mechanism for Mobilising Incentive Measures for Biodiversity Conservation Established and Being Implemented. 3, 4
Strategic Output B1 The Conservation of Forest Biodiversity Significantly Enhanced through Effective Law Enforcement and Programme Implementation 5
Strategic Output B2 The Conservation of Coastal and Marine Biodiversity, including Fisheries is Prioritised in National Programmes, Policies and Legislations. 5, 6
Strategic Output B3 Ecological Restoration and Recovery of Species and Ecosystem under Threat is Significantly Improved 1, 10
Strategic Output B4 Pollution Levels and Spread of Alien Species (Flora and Fauna) are Controlled and Well Managed. 8, 9
Strategic Output B5 Biodiversity Resources are Sustainable Utilised and Conserved for the Benefit of Current and Future Generations. 7, 8
Strategic Output C1 The Conservation Status of Protected Areas (Parks, Forest Reserves, Game Reserves and Sanctuaries) and the Wildlife therein Significantly Improved. 12, 13
Strategic Output C2 The Ecological Integrity of Inland and Freshwater Ecosystems Significantly Improved through Sound Conservation Actions. 11
Strategic Output C3 In-Situ Conservation for Species and Ecosystems in Protected Areas Enhanced by At Least 30%, Leading to Improved Conservation Status of Threatened Species and Habitats. 12, 13
Strategic Output C4 In-Situ Conservation Outside Protected Areas Enhanced by at Least 20%, Significantly Improving the Status of Habitats for Rare and Threatened Species. 12, 13
Strategic Output C5 Ex-Situ Conservation Programmes Designed, Supported and Implemented with Tangible Results. 13
Strategic Output D1 Plant Resources for Agricultural are Effectively Harnessed and Managed for the Benefit of Biodiversity and People 14, 16
Strategic Output D2 Animal Resources for Agricultural Husbandry are Effectively Harnessed and Managed for the Benefit of Biodiversity and People 14, 16
Strategic Output D3 Land Resources for Agriculture are Effectively Harnessed and Managed for the Benefit of Biodiversity Conservation and People. 14, 15
Strategic Output D4 Indigenous Knowledge and Intellectual Property Rights Well Harnessed within Local Communities and Producing Beneficial Results 16
Strategic Output E1 Diverse Capacities for Effective Implementation of National Biodiversity Programmes Built and Being Utilised. 17
Strategic Output E2 Public Participation on Biodiversity Conservation Significantly Improved and Making Positive Impacts. 18
Strategic Output E3 Planning for Biodiversity Conservation Becomes a Significant Part of Sectoral Programme of Activities. 17
Strategic Output E4 Access to Technology and Handing of Biotechnology is Made Effective and Beneficial to Local Biodiversity Programmes. 19
Strategic Output E5 Financial and Budgetary Resources for Biodiversity Programmes Mobilised and judiciously utilised. 20