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Thematic Guidelines (Appendix 2)





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Thematic GuidelineiAppendix 2j
Table of Contents
Page
‚PDPresent State of the Natural Environment (Ecosystem)
1
@‚P|‚P Global Productivity and Human Activities
1
@‚P|‚Q Global Environment Issues and Local Communities
7
‚QDWhat Does Nature Conservation Mean?
20
@‚Q|‚P The Significance of Nature Conservation
20
@‚Q|‚Q Nature Conservation Efforts
23
‚RDThe Significance and Philosophy of JICA Cooperation
27
@‚R|‚P Trends in International Assistance
27
@‚R|‚Q Nature Conservation by Multilateral and Bilateral Aid Institutions and International NGOs
34
@‚R|‚R The Significance and Philosophy of Japan's Environmental Cooperation
51
@‚R|‚S Direction and Achievements of JICA's Environmental Cooperation
59
‚SDStrategies for Nature Conservation Cooperation
66
@‚S|‚P Three Factors of Nature Conservation Activities
66
@‚S|‚Q Concepts behind the Objectives : Capacities Necessary for Nature Conservation
68
@‚S|‚R Systematic Chart of Objectives
72
@‚S|‚S Strategies for Nature Conservation Cooperation
75
‚TDCapacity Development based on the Relationship between the Natural Environment and Society
124
@‚T|‚P The Concept of Target Areas
124
@‚T|‚Q Target Area Case Studies
129
‚UDPriority Areas for Nature Conservation Cooperation
139
@‚U|‚P Improving the Capacity of Local Residents to Manage Natural Resources
139
@‚U|‚Q Conserving Areas and Ecosystems with High Biodiversity
145
@‚U|‚R Rehabilitating Vegetation in Degraded Lands
148
‚VDProject Identification and Formulation Methods for Nature Conservation Cooperation
151
@‚V|‚P Project Identification and Formulation Policy
151
@‚V|‚Q Matrix for Project Identification and Formulation
153
@‚V|‚R PDM Models
161
@‚V|‚S Major Cooperation Projects
218
‚WDConsiderations for Implementing Nature Conservation Cooperation
227
@‚W|‚P Cooperation with a Long-Term Outlook
227
@‚W|‚Q Poverty Reduction Activities Implemented by Local Residents
228
@‚W|‚R Consideration for Minority Groups
230
@‚W|‚S Incentives for Self-Initiated Conservation Activities
232
@‚W|‚T Exploring Appropriate Methods
233
@‚W|‚U Examination of Appropriate Evaluation Methods
235
@‚W|‚V Coordination with Other Aid Agencies
241
@‚W|‚W Strengthening the Cooperative System with NGOs and Other Organizations
241
@‚W|‚R Developing and Strengthening Japan's Foundation for Cooperation
242

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