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Project Activities and Outputs
The project is divided into five major components reflecting the priority ranking determined at the regional level by the Regional Scientific and Task Team. UNEP will implement sub-components and their associated activities under four of these Components (I, III, IV and V), which are outlined below. The remaining Component and Sub-components to be implemented by UNDP are listed in the Logical Framework Matrix included as Annex XIII. Together these five principal components offer the greatest potential project benefits in terms of environmental protection from both national and transboundary perspectives over the project’s lifespan. These principal components and their associated objectives were developed for the project based on the areas of threats identified by the TDA, and areas of intervention identified in the SAP. These major components have associated objectives, activities and results.
As follow-on to the Pilot Phase GGLME project, this project is in the phase of early SAP implementation. Clearly identified in the process leading to this phase has been the need for regional and national demonstration projects to advance SAP implementation. A list of priority demonstration projects was developed, and then the demonstrations were assigned either to a single country, or for regional execution. The demonstration projects to be implemented by UNEP are:
These demonstration projects all address key issues identified during the Pilot Phase and Preparatory Phase of the GCLME project. These demonstration projects are nested within the major areas of intervention. Each demonstration project has an associated budget, regional or national management mechanism, and incremental cost analysis. Each demonstration project has significant co-financing from various sources, including the private sector. Representatives of the private sector have contributed in the development of the demonstration projects. . The private sector, especially the oil and gas and fisheries industries, have given indications of providing additional financing and technical expertise in the implementation of the demonstration projects. This collaboration will be actively pursued during the project implementation.