Oaxaca Mexico
Description

Strengthening the conservation of globally significant biodiversity in the National System of Protected Areas and corridors, through integrated management of priority coastal, marine and terrestrial landscapes of Oaxaca and Chiapas, Mexico. With 3 components:

Strengthening Biodiversity conservation through integrated management of three priority landscapes; Landscapes: 1) Sierra Madre of Chiapas, 2) Sierra Sur of Oaxaca, and 3) Pacific South Coast of Oaxaca and Chiapas.

Improving Sustainable agriculture, fishing and forest production as a pillar of integrated management of the three priority landscapes.

Increasing financial sustainability and stakeholder participation in the integrated management of the three priority landscapes.

PartnersCI, CONANP and
Funding Amount$ 7,219,000 US dollars
Initiative TypeProject implementation in the field
Initiative StatusStarting the implementation
Description

Control the agricultural frontier, reduce deforestation, and degradation and promote low-emission rural development.

Reduce GHG emissions

Reorient forestry and agricultural policy

Reduce incentives that promote deforestation and degradation

Increase incentives for conservation, management, restoration and sustainable use of forest resources

PartnersMREDD
Funding Amount350,000 MXN
Initiative StatusCompleted
Description

There are three regional plans for the ordering and financial sustainability of tourism in ANPs, the Coast of Oaxaca, peaks of the neo-volcanic axis and northern Chihuahua and compliance with the Tourism standard to promote sustainable development.

PartnersEuropean Community
Funding Amount500,000 M €
Initiative StatusProposal
Description

The Dedicated Grant Mechanism (DGM) for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities in Mexico is a special initiative of the Forest Investment Program (FIP), one of the three programs of the Strategic Climate Fund (SCF). The MOU supports the efforts of developing countries to address the underlying causes of deforestation and forest degradation and to overcome the barriers that have impeded previous efforts.

The goal of the DGM is to strengthen the capacities of people who depend on forests to participate in processes related to REDD + at the local, national and international levels, in the selected states, in a way that facilitates the direction of the determinants. of deforestation and degradation of forest lands and the implementation of good practices in different productive sectors, in order to catalyze the shift towards a model of sustainable rural development low in CO2 emissions.

PartnersBM-RA
Funding Amount1,000,000 USD
Initiative StatusDeveloping
Description

The Dedicated Mechanism (MDE) for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities in Mexico is a special initiative of the Forest Investment Program (FIP), one of the three programs of the Strategic Climate Fund (SCF). The MDE supports efforts by developing countries to address the underlying causes of deforestation and forest degradation and to overcome the barriers that have impeded past efforts.

The goal of the MDE is to strengthen the capacities of people who depend on forests to participate in processes related to REDD + at the local, national, and international levels, in the selected states, in such a way that facilitates the address of the determinants of deforestation and degradation of forest lands and the implementation of good practices in different productive sectors, in order to catalyze the change towards a model of sustainable rural development low in CO2 emissions.

PartnersIndigenous Peoples and Local Communities of the states of Oaxaca, Yucatan Peninsula and Jalisco, Rainforest Alliance and the World Bank.
Funding AmountUSD 6,000,000
Initiative TypeIndigenous Peoples initiative
Initiative StatusIn the final phase for publication of the call for applications to be funded
Description

State program of CC, is the political subject of the state, financed by the BID and developed by the Mario Molina Institute. Consolidate Oaxaca as a resilient state in the face of the effects of the CC to ensure the ecological heritage. Strategic infrastructure, and cultural heritage. To contribute to the economic development low in CO2, The welfare of the population. Under the gender and intercultural approach.

PartnersIDB + FCS-WWF
Funding Amount200,000 USD
Initiative StatusDeveloped in the instrumentation phase