National Strategy for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity

2.2 STRATEGIC ISSUES, NATIONAL POLICIES, STRATEGIES AND PRIORITY ACTIVITIES.

7. Consolidate national efforts directed at IN SITU CONSERVATION.

Policies

Strategies

Priority activities

  • Consolidate the existing protected wildlife areas.
  • Develop management strategies for protected wildlife areas based on conservation and sustainable use objectives.
  • Strengthen civil society’s participation and joint responsibility in conservation projects.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Strengthen technical capacity to ensure the effective management of biodiversity in protected wildlife areas.
  • Develop financial opportunities for the management of protected wildlife areas.
  • Implement proposals on land use for conservation purposes (GRUAS Project).
  • Strengthen planning initiatives in protected wildlife areas in order to identify opportunities to complement protection efforts or generate economic benefits for their management and for local communities.
  • Establish active management programs for the conservation of species that require this approach.
  • Promote the creation and development of private wildlife areas.
  • Promote conservation of genetic resources of interest to the agricultural and forestry sectors.
  • Strengthen capacity to control the entry and impact of exotic species.
  • Financial consolidation of the protected wildlife areas.
  • Identify habitats of particular interest for conservation outside the protected wildlife areas and define technical criteria for the establishment of biological corridors to facilitate research and production activities.
  • Provide training in monitoring and active management of species of particular interest and in conservation biology, both for officials of SINAC and owners of private reserves and farmers.
  • Technical analysis of the management categories in existing protected wildlife areas and their adaptation to comply with conservation and sustainable use objectives.