Sentinel landscapes

Progress

Framework
Development of a theoretical framework with partners to identify four relevant outcomes to research and the socioeconomic, institutional and biophysical conditions that enable them: sustainability, livelihoods, equity, multifunctionality
Institutional mapping
Development of protocols and tools for data collection:
Resource management rules (formal and informal)
Stakeholders that use or influence the rule-making processes
Processes by which rules are made and applied
Gender integration
Incorporation of a gender perspective into data collection tools
Partnership building
Establishment of a strong collaborative partnership with the Peruvian Amazon Research Institute (IIAP) for data collection activities in the two sites located in Peru: Ucayali and Madre de Dios
Establishment of a strong collaborative partnership with Cooperazione e sviluppo (CESVI) for data collection activities in the site located in Bolivia
Training and data collection
Training on LDSF and socioeconomic teams was conducted in August 2014 in Madre de Dios, with strong support from the Nicaragua-Honduras sentinel landscape team
Data collection started in September 2014 and is currently being done in Peru

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