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Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment (SBIA) Stage 3: Project design
Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment (SBIA) Stage 3: Project design
Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment (SBIA) Stage 3: Project design
Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment (SBIA) Stage 3: Project design
Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment (SBIA) Stage 3: Project design
Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment (SBIA) Stage 3: Project design
Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment (SBIA) Stage 3: Project design
Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment (SBIA) Stage 3: Project design
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Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment (SBIA) Stage 3: Project design

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Stage 3 of the Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment for REDD+ projects.

Stage 3 of the Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment for REDD+ projects.

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  • 1. SBIA Stage 3: Project Design Results chains
  • 2. How will the social objective be achieved? OBJECTIVE FOR THE FOCAL ISSUE
  • 3. What is a results chain A results chain is a tool that clarifies assumptions about how strategies arebelieved to contribute to reducing threats and achieving the social or biodiversity targets.
  • 4. It demonstrates the desired future condition (with project)
  • 5. It helps identify “conceptual leaps” It is a diagram that maps out a series of causal statements that link factors in an “if…then” fashion
  • 6. Basic components of a results chain: Change over time
  • 7. Components of a results chain• Impact – The desired future state of a focal issue. A goal is a formal statement of an impact• Outcome – The desired future state of a direct or contributing factor (An objective is a formal statement of an outcome)• Output – The desired product of an activity or task• Strategies – The set of actions that a project implements• Result – A generic term used to describe the desired future state of a focal issue. Includes impacts, outcomes, and outputs
  • 8. Results chains do not generally show inputs andoutputs, but rather focus on performance-oriented results
  • 9. Criteria for a good results chain:• Simple: There is only one result per box.• Results oriented: Boxes contain desired results (e.g.,reduction of hunting), and not activities (e.g., conduct astudy).• Causally linked: There are clear “if…then” connectionsbetween successive boxes.• Demonstrates change: Each box describes how youhope the relevant factor will change (e.g., improve,increase, or decrease).• Reasonably complete: There are sufficient boxes toconstruct logical connections but not so many that thechain becomes overly complex.

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