Impact Tracking Database - Robert Spaull - 10/08/2018

Informative Title/Headline (English only) : 
Cameroon create three road maps for national and local implementation of IPBES Assessment
Language(s) of Evidence of Impact: 
Description of Impact(s) (English Only): 
At a regional workshop in Côte d’Ivoire in April 2018, representatives from three GIZ projects in Cameroon (ProPFE; BSB and PRADEC) as well as delegates from the Central African Forest Commission (COMIFAC) crafted three time-bound road maps sketching how they will use the IPBES Africa Assessment results at national and local level. Activities within the plans include awareness building workshops; evaluating ecosystem services of the Dzeng communal forest; conducting a national biodiversity and ecosystem services assessment; capacity building for young researchers; valuing the ecosystem services of the Lagdo dam catchment basin; engaging more with IPBES; and building awareness of IPBES research results with key policy makers.
Type(s) of Impact(s) Generated (English Only: 
New/changed commitment
Source: 
Other
Date/range of ‘Implementation': 
April, 2018
Scale of Impact: 
National
Region of Impact: 
Africa
Country/Countries of Impact: 
Submitted by
Salutation: 
Mr.
First Name: 
Robert
Last name: 
Spaull
Institution: 
IPBES
Position/Title: 
Head of Comms
IPBES Role (If Any): 
Secretariat: Bonn
Other source: 
ValuES Project Report
CSV