CARPE Planning, Management and Monitoring Documents


 

CARPE III Strategic Plan

 

Performance Management Plan

 

Reporting Templates

 

US Forest Service (USFS) Planning Guides

 

IUCN Small Grants Program

 

 

Tools for strengthening good governance in NRM in the Congo Basin


Since its inception, CARPE has developed under its strategic framework the Intermediate Result 2 (IR2) on good governance in Natural Resources Management (NRM) with two challenging indicators:

Indicator 1: Number of key new laws or policies for Protected Areas, logging concessions, and Community Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) areas passed or old laws and policies reformed with CARPE assistance;
Indicator 2: Number of NGO (and other civil society organizations) advocacy initiatives and activities (e.g., media articles about environmental governance issues e.g. illegal logging, bushmeat poaching; Natural Resources court cases brought or complaints filed with appropriate government agencies) promoted with CARPE assistance.

To achieve this challenge, CARPE has established a Small Grant Program as a mechanism to build civil society capacities through learning by doing, thereby enabling civil society to be more proactive and effective in mobilizing itself to work side-by-side with the government and other stakeholders to develop and promote new laws and policies, review existing ones and ensure their implementation for sustainable natural resources management.

Under the good governance component of the CARPE program, several tools were developed to ensure effective implementation, monitoring and reporting including:
a) the country team, which is a platform for planning and prioritizing actions for policies and legal development, revision and implementation,
b) the country matrix, to plan, execute and report on results and,
c) a detailed Small Grant Policy and Procedure Manual to administer the Small Grant program.
For advocacies, laws, decrees, policies and media articles generated under this program in the CARPE countries, select one of the nine CARPE countries listed below for specific documents.

Date Title Author Classification
07/23/2010 Clôture du projet d'appui aux efforts de conservations de la forêt galerie de Makera Ministere des ressources naturelle, Repubique du Rwanda Letter
07/23/2010 Tourism revenue sharing in Rwanda: Provisional policy and guidelines Rwanda Office of Tourism and National Parks Policy
07/23/2010 Rapport de suivi du processus de l'application des legislations forestieres et de la gouvernance en Afrique (AFLEG): Cas du Rwanda Thadee HABIYAMBERE Report
07/23/2010 Liste d'ONG et autres Organisations internationales impliquées dans le domaine des forêts et de l'environnement carpe Contact Information
07/23/2010 Draft Law for the sustainable management and utilisation of forests in Rwanda Republique du Rwanda Policy
07/23/2010 Liste provisoire pour le recueil de document de politiques et lois sur les forêts nationales Thadee HABIYAMBERE Policy
07/23/2010 Plan d'aménagement et de gestion forêt galerie de Makera, Rwanda: 2009 - 2013 Association Rwandaise pour l'Environnement et le Developpement Integre (AREDI) Management
07/23/2010 Atelier national sur le suivi du processus d'application des legislations, de la gouvernance et du commerce en matiere forestiere (FLEGT) Ministere des Ressources Naturelles Report
07/23/2010 Forestry activists meet to review progress (The New Times, page 5) The New Times Report
07/23/2010 Rapport d'une reunion pour examen de la revision de la legislation forestiere rwandaise Serge NSENGIMANA Report
06/21/2010 Country monitoring and workplanning matrix with budget USAID Manual
07/23/2010 Code de l'environnement Burundais (Draft) carpe Report
07/23/2010 Vers la révision du code de l'environnement de 2000 Agence Burundaise de Press News Items
07/23/2010 Module d'education environnementale a l'intention des encadreurs de clubs environnementaux dan les ecoles primaries proches du parc national de la Kiriba Organisation pour la Defence de l'Environnement au Burundi (ODEB) Report
07/23/2010 La révision du code de l'environnement burundais s'impose pour s'adapter aux réalités actuelles Agence Burundaise de Presse News Items
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