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CI-GEF PROJECT AGENCY
GEF Project Document
Improving mangrove conservation across the Eastern Tropical Pacific Seascape (ETPS) through coordinated regional and national strategy development and implementation.
Eastern Tropical Pacific Seascape (ETPS)

including Costa Rica, Panamá, Colombia and Ecuador.

Submitted: 11th March 2015

PROJECT INFORMATION


Project Title:

Improving mangrove conservation across the Eastern Tropical Pacific Seascape (ETPS) through coordinated regional and national strategy development and implementation.

Project Objective:

To implement a comprehensive, multi-government ratified and regionally articulated mangrove conservation strategy in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Seascape (ETPS) countries of Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia and Ecuador through on-the-ground management activities and the strengthening of national and local policies that inform ridge-to-reef development planning and practices relevant to mangrove conservation.

Project Outcomes:

1.1. The four ETPS countries adopt and advance the regional strategy for the conservation of mangroves elaborated by the Comisión Permanente del Pacífico Sur (Permanent Commission for the South Pacific or CPPS) to implement key mangrove conservation and restoration measures identified in this project by Y2Q4.

1.2. Costa Rica participates in the development of the regional strategy for the conservation of the mangroves via an agreement as a Cooperating Non-Party to the CPPS by Y1Q3.

1.3. Policy makers and national mangrove managers from at least three countries have the tools and capacity to strengthen the implementation of the regional mangrove strategy.

2.1 At least two ETPS countries have updated national mangrove action plans in line with the regional strategy that addresses pressure on mangroves from sources across the ridge-to-reef (watershed) scale by Y2Q4.

2.2. At least two ETPS countries have passed stronger regulations and incentives conducive to mangrove conservation.

3.1. At least two key mangrove ecosystems have updated management plans and/or new local development plans consistent with updated national and regional strategies, taking into account the results of economic valuation studies from this and related projects and building on increased national capacity and support to protect mangroves in a comprehensive ridge-to-reef context by Y2Q4.

3.2. Economic evaluation tools and methodologies developed through the GEF-UNEP Blue Forests and other related projects are tested in at least two ETPS countries during their development phases to maximize applicability to policy and management at local to national scales by Y2Q3.

3.3. Outreach and capacity building for at least 30 local policymakers and stakeholders finalized by Y2Q4.

3.4. At least two demonstration projects that provide incentives and/or that create business opportunities associated with the conservation and sustainable use of mangroves initiated in at least two selected sites by Y2Q4.


Country(ies):

Eastern Tropical Pacific Seascape (ETPS) including Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia and Ecuador.

Gef id:

5771

Gef Agency(ies):

Conservation International

CI Contract id:

1000369A

Other Executing Partners:

(1) CI-ETPS Program;

(2) Permanent Commission for the South Pacific (CPPS);



(3) UNESCO-Quito.

Duration in Months:

24 months

Gef Focal Area(s):

International Waters IW-3 / IW -2

Start Date (mm/yyyy):

08/2015

Integrated Approach Pilot:

N/A

End Date (mm/yyyy):

07/2017

Name of Parent Program:

N/A

ProDoc Submission Date:

23rd March 2015

Re-submission Date(s):

20th April 2015



Funding Source

Amount (USD)

GEF Project Funding: GEFTF IW-3 / IW-2

1,900,810

Full Project Agency Fee:

171,073

PPG Funding:

91,000

PPG Project Agency Fee:

8,190

Total GEF Grant:

2,171,073

Co-Financing : CI Walton Family Foundation (Cash)

0.896M (secured 04/15)

1.5M Extra TBD

Co-Financing : IADB (Cash) -

2,000,000 TBD

Co-Financing : Oleoducto al Pacifico (Cash & In-Kind)

40,000 TBD

Co-Financing : IKI-UNDP (Cash & In-Kind)

184,288 (updated 03/15)

Co-Financing : Blue Carbon Initiative (Cash & In-Kind)

200,000 -300,000 TBD (04/15)

Co-Financing : CPPS (Cash & In-kind)

500,000 TBD

Co-Financing : UNESCO (In-kind)

250,000 TBD

Co-Financing : Government of Costa Rica (TBD)

275,000 TBD

Co-Financing : Government of Panamá (TBD)

125,000 TBD

Co-Financing : Government of Colombia (TBD)

300,000 TBD

Co-Financing : Government of Ecuador (TBD)

500,000 (updated 03/15)

Total Co-Financing :

6,750,000 (TARGET)

Total Project Cost:

8,921,073


TABLE OF CONTENTS

PROJECT INFORMATION 1

ACRONYMS & ABBREVIATIONS 6

GLOSSARY OF TERMS 10

SECTION 1: PROJECT SUMMARY 11

SECTION 2: PROJECT CONTEXT 16

A.Introduction 16

B.Environmental Context and Global Significance 16

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Figure 1. Locations of the four demonstration sites selected across the eastern tropical pacific seascape. The trans-boundary area of interest for Ecuadorian/ Colombian common mangrove policy is also highlighted. 17

C.Socio-Economic and Cultural Context 19

D.Relevant Policies, Laws, Regulations, Rules, and Standards 21

E.Institutional Context 23

SECTION 3: PROJECT JUSTIFICATION 27

A.Problem Definition: Global Environmental Problems and Root Causes 27

F.Barriers to Addressing the Environmental Problems and Root Causes 29

G.Current Baseline (Business-as-Usual Scenario) and Future Scenarios without the Project 30

H.Alternatives to the Business-as-Usual Scenario 34

I.Cost Effectiveness Analysis 35

J.Incremental Cost Reasoning and Expected Contributions to the Baseline 36

K.Associated Baseline Projects 37

L.Project Consistency with GEF Focal Area and/or Fund(s) Strategies 40

M.Project Consistency with National Priorities, Plans, and Policies 40

Table : Project Consistency with National Priorities, Plans, and Policies. 40

N.Country Ownership and Drivenness 43

O.Project Consistency and Alignment with CI Institutional Priorities 43

SECTION 4: PROJECT STRATEGY 45

A.Project Vision and Objective 45

P.Project Components, Expected Outcomes, and Outputs 45

Q.Project Timeline 54

R.Expected Global, National, and Local Environmental Benefits 55

S.Expected Human Well-being Benefits 57

T.Linkages with other GEF Projects and Relevant Initiatives 57

Table : Other Relevant Projects and Initiatives 57

U.Appropriateness of New Technology and Methodologies to be applied by the Project 60

V.Project Stakeholders 60

Table : Project Stakeholders 60

W.Project Assumptions 63

Table : Project Assumptions 63

X.Project Risk Assessment and Mitigation 65

Table : Project Risk Assessment and Mitigation Planning 65

Y.Sustainability 66

Z.Project Catalytic Role: Replicability and Potential for Scaling Up 67

AA.Innovativeness 68

AB.Project Communications, and Public Education and Awareness 68

AC.Lessons Learned During the PPG Phase and from other Relevant GEF Projects 69

SECTION 5: COMPLIANCE WITH CI-GEF PROJECT AGENCY’S ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK (ESMF) 71

A.Safeguards Screening Results 71

Table : Safeguard Screening Results and Project Categorization 71

AD.Project Safeguard Categorization 73

Table : Project Categorization 73

AE.Safeguards Policies Recommendations 73

AF.Compliance with Safeguard Recommendations 74

AG.Accountability and Grievance Compliance 78

SECTION 6: IMPLEMENTATION AND EXECUTION ARRANGEMENTS FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT 80

A.Project Execution Arrangements and Partners 80

AH.Project Execution Organizational Chart 82

SECTION 7: MONITORING AND EVALUATION PLAN 83

A.Monitoring and Evaluation Roles and Responsibilities 83

AI.Monitoring and Evaluation Components and Activities 83

Table : Project M&E Plan Summary 85

SECTION 8: PROJECT BUDGET AND FINANCING 87

A.Overall Project Budget 87

Table : Planned Project Budget by Component 87

Table : Planned Project Budget by Year 87

AJ.Overall Project Co-financing 88

Table : Committed Cash and In-Kind Co-financing (USD) 88




Appendix I: Project Results Framework

Appendix II: Project Timeline

Appendix III: Safeguard Screening Results

Appendix IV: Project Results Monitoring Plan

Appendix V: GEF Tracking Tool by Focal Area

Appendix VI: Safeguard Compliance Plan

Appendix VII: Detailed Project Budget

Appendix VIII: Co-financing Commitment Letters

TABLES AND FIGURES



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