Mozambique

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Status on Key Actions


PoWPA Key Action Implementation Progress Global Average
1.1: To establish and strengthen national and regional systems of protected areas integrated into a global network as a contribution to globally agreed goals 3 - Significant progress, nearly complete 2
1.2: To integrate protected areas into broader land- and seascapes and sectors so as to maintain ecological structure and function 4 - Activity completed 1
1.3: To establish and strengthen regional networks, transboundary protected areas (TBPAs) and collaboration between neighbouring protected areas across national boundaries 3 - Significant progress, nearly complete 1
1.4: To substantially improve site-based protected area planning and management 3 - Significant progress, nearly complete 2
1.5: To prevent and mitigate the negative impacts of key threats to protected areas 2 - Activity fully underway 1
2.1: To promote equity and benefit-sharing 3 - Significant progress, nearly complete 1
2.2: To enhance and secure involvement of indigenous and local communities and relevant stakeholders 4 - Activity completed 2
2.1: Progress in assessing protected area governance 4 - Activity completed 1
3.1: To provide an enabling policy, institutional and socio-economic environment for protected areas 4 - Activity completed 2
3.2: To build capacity for the planning, establishment and management of protected areas 4 - Activity completed 2
3.3: To develop, apply and transfer appropriate technologies for protected areas 3 - Significant progress, nearly complete 1
3.4: To ensure financial sustainability of protected areas and national and regional systems of protected areas 4 - Activity completed 1
3.5: To strengthen communication, education and public awareness 3 - Significant progress, nearly complete 2
4.1: To develop and adopt minimum standards and best practices for national and regional protected area systems 4 - Activity completed 1
4.2: To evaluate and improve the effectiveness of protected areas management 4 - Activity completed 1
4.3: To assess and monitor protected area status and trends 3 - Significant progress, nearly complete 1
4.4: To ensure that scientific knowledge contributes to the establishment and effectiveness of protected areas and protected area systems 2 - Activity fully underway 1
Progress in incorporating climate change aspects into protected areas 3 - Significant progress, nearly complete 1
Progress in marine protected areas 4 - Activity completed 1

Priority Actions

countries
1
actions
13
steps
46
timeframe
2012 - 2018
cost
$8,170,000

Development of human capital (Field Rangers, Park Warden and other senior staff)
2012 - 2018 $215,000
2012 $5,000 3.1) Identification of training needs
2012 $10,000 3.2) Elaboration of Training program
2018 $200,000 3.3) Training
Elaboration of Conservation Law
2012
2012 1.1) Submission the the council of Ministers for approval
2013 1.2) Submission to the Parliament
Establishment of ecological corridors between Banhine National Park, Zinave National park and Gonarhezou Park
2012 - 2015 $305,000
2012 - 2020 2.1) Tender Launching
2013 $5,000 2.2) Selection of individual or company
2015 $200,000 2.3) Elaboration of Management plan
2020 $100,000 2.4) Implementation of management plan
Revision of boundaries of Protected area, namely Banhine National Park and Zinave National Park, Niassa Reserve
2012 - 2015
2012 6.1) Consultation with local communities
2012 6.2) Presentation at provincial level
2013 6.3) Submission to the Council of Ministers
Conduct mining impacts evaluation Studies in Conservation Areas . The case of Gorongosa National park and Chimanimani Reserve, due the mining concessions in the buffer zone and illegal mining
2012 - 2015 $263,500
2013 $500 7.1) Development of Terms of reference
2013 $3,000 7.2) Tender and selection of the company that will conduct the study
2013 7.3) Development of methodology
2014 $200,000 7.4) Evaluation of GNP and Chimanimani
2015 $10,000 7.5) Communication of Results
2017 $50,000 7.6) Public Awareness and education
Conduct evaluation study in the Maputo Special Reserve/Ponta de ouro Marine Partial Reserve, due the proposed marine Port at Techobanine area
2012 - 2015 $113,500
2013 $500 8.1) Development of Terms of reference
2013 $3,000 8.2) Tender and selection of the company that will conduct the study
2013 8.3) Development of methodology
2014 $100,000 8.4) Evaluation of Maputo Reserve
2015 $10,000 8.5) Communication of Results
Elaboration of biodiversity strategy and fifth national report
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2020 12.1) Preparation of Terms of reference
2012 - 2020 12.3) Selection of Company
2015 12.4) Elaboration of Biodiversity Strategy and Fifth National Report
Create local management committees at site level
2012 - 2013
2012 9.1) Identification of interested stakeholders in the area
2013 9.2) Organization of local communities committees
2013 9.3) Creation of protected area management committee
Integration of Climate Change Aspects in the management plans
2012 - 2016 $103,000
2013 $3,000 10.1) Tender and selection of the company that will conduct the study
2013 10.2) Development of methodology
2014 $100,000 10.3) Elaboration of management plans for Marromeu and Pomene Reserves
2015 10.4) Approval of the plans
2016 10.5) Implementation of REDD+ pilot project in Moribane and mocuburi forests reserves
Establishment of Mahlazine ecological Park
2012 - 2015 $7,100,000
2013 $4,500,000 11.1) Landmines cleaning
2013 $100,000 11.2) Viability Study
2015 $2,500,000 11.3) Construction of Infrastructures (veterinary hospital, offices, military museum,
Creation of New Conservation Areas (Coutadas de Caça and marine protected areas)
2012 - 2018 $70,000
2013 $50,000 4.1) Social and ecological surveys
2014 $15,000 4.2) Discussions with local communities and local government
2014 $5,000 4.3) Presentation at Provincial level
2014 4.4) Submission to the Council Ministers for approval
Creation of Transfrontier Conservation Areas between Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe and between Mozambique and Tanzania
2012 - 2015
2012 - 2020 5.1) Discussions at the provincial level
2015 5.2) Discussions with the Zambia and Zimbabwe
2015 5.3) Discussions with Tanzania
2015 5.4) Signature of MoU
2016 5.5) Signature of Treaty
Ponta do Ouro Marine Partial Reserve declared as World Heritage Site
2012 - 2015

LifeWeb Projects

Name Submitted Status Funding Needed Funding Secured
Capitalizing the Foundation for Conservation of Biodiversity (BIOFUND Mozambique) 15 09 2010 Partially Funded $93,980,000 USD $6,020,000.00

  • United Nations
  • United Nations Environment Programme