The CDTA will contribute to the impact of sustainable use of forest resources in HOB Indonesai by strengthening the mahgment capacity of GOI on natural resources managment. This impact will be measured by the following indicators: (i) expansion of forest cover; (ii) improvement in the proportion of timber produced from sustainable tree plantations relative to the volume sourced from wild stock; and (iii) reduction in carbon dioxide emission.
The outcome of the Project is improved management of natural resources in the HOB Indonesia. Improvements in management will be reflected by the following indicators: (i) additional one million hectares of protected area established; (ii) strengthened capacity for sustainable forest and biodiversity management at the national, provincial, and district HOB Working Groups as reflected by greater coordination and cooperation among levels; and (iii) completed protection forest plans in four districts.
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