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ENPI FLEG Regional Conference<br />Andrew M Mitchell<br />World Bank<br />Chisinau <br />July 13 - 14 2010<br />
Background<br />2<br />St Petersburg ENA FLEG conference 2005<br />Continuing dialogue<br />EC – Improving Forest Law Enfo...
3<br />Full participants (7): <br /><ul><li>Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Georgia
Republic of Moldova
Russian Federation
Ukraine</li></ul>Observers (5+1): <br /><ul><li>Kazakhstan
Kyrgyz Republic
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
Uzbekistan
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  • Without a clear vision of what is to be achieved and a monitorable road map for the way forward, there will be no way of assessing in future, if the reforms have been successful. Arguably, the success of institutional reforms should be judged by the extent to which overall sectoral performance is improved – better forest management, greater investment and job creation in the industry, stronger financial performance of both private and public institutions, better environmental protection, improved protected area management, and some greater benefit for civil society resulting from better forest management. More clearly articulating the vision, now, for how to go about achieving these outcomes, and developing a broader base of support amongst all key stakeholders for a reform process would greatly help to clarify the way ahead.
  • Without a clear vision of what is to be achieved and a monitorable road map for the way forward, there will be no way of assessing in future, if the reforms have been successful. Arguably, the success of institutional reforms should be judged by the extent to which overall sectoral performance is improved – better forest management, greater investment and job creation in the industry, stronger financial performance of both private and public institutions, better environmental protection, improved protected area management, and some greater benefit for civil society resulting from better forest management. More clearly articulating the vision, now, for how to go about achieving these outcomes, and developing a broader base of support amongst all key stakeholders for a reform process would greatly help to clarify the way ahead.
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    1. 1. ENPI FLEG Regional Conference<br />Andrew M Mitchell<br />World Bank<br />Chisinau <br />July 13 - 14 2010<br />
    2. 2. Background<br />2<br />St Petersburg ENA FLEG conference 2005<br />Continuing dialogue<br />EC – Improving Forest Law Enforcement and Governance in the ENPI East Countries and Russia (2008-2011)<br />
    3. 3. 3<br />Full participants (7): <br /><ul><li>Armenia
    4. 4. Azerbaijan
    5. 5. Belarus
    6. 6. Georgia
    7. 7. Republic of Moldova
    8. 8. Russian Federation
    9. 9. Ukraine</li></ul>Observers (5+1): <br /><ul><li>Kazakhstan
    10. 10. Kyrgyz Republic
    11. 11. Tajikistan
    12. 12. Turkmenistan
    13. 13. Uzbekistan
    14. 14. + Turkey</li></li></ul><li>Implementing Organizations<br />World Bank, WWF and IUCN<br />Support selected pilot activities <br />active involvement of governments, civil society and the private sector<br />~80% of activities at a country level<br />and strategically targeted sub-regional & regional actions. <br />4<br />
    15. 15. 5<br />Overall objective<br />Tocontribute to: <br /><ul><li>the legal and sustainable forest management and utilization practices
    16. 16. a strengthened rule of law, and
    17. 17. improved local livelihoods, focusing on environmental sustainability, human right aspects and gender equity</li></li></ul><li>6<br />Specific Purpose<br />To:<br />improve forest governance by implementing some priorities from the ENA-FLEG Ministerial Declaration, through selected pilot activities, with the active involvement of governments, civil society and private sector<br />
    18. 18. 7<br />PROGRESS<br />Implementing Organizations<br />World Bank, WWF and IUCN<br />PMT and PCTs <br />NPACs and JCT<br />First year’s activities underway/ completed<br />
    19. 19. 8<br />PROGRESS<br />Examples:<br />Substantive analysis<br />Communications<br />Website<br />Newsletters<br />Workshops and other fora<br />Surveys<br />Processes<br />
    20. 20.
    21. 21. 10<br />
    22. 22. 11<br />
    23. 23. 12<br />Expected PROGRAM RESULTS<br />Increased awareness and commitment<br />Effective national and regional FLEG action processes in place<br />National ownership and capacity increased<br />Improved regional collaboration<br />Engagement of key trading partners<br />Continuation of the official ENA-FLEG process<br />SFM practices being implemented <br />
    24. 24. Thank You!<br />13<br />
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