Assumption There will still be 1 or 2 sunny days Risk Shortage of Treatment

Assumption there will still be 1 or 2 sunny days risk

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Assumption: There will still be 1 or 2 sunny days Risk: Shortage of Treatment chemicals Assumption: Procurement plan will prevent shortage of chemicals Activities 1. Merremia control & eradication 1.1 Awareness/ and Training 1.2 Survey 1.3 Merremia eradication and management model 1.4 Fencing of targeted plots in the reserve areas 1.5 Integrated management practices 1.6 Farming of sweet potato 1.7 Planting of native and high value trees Number of awareness raising events and trainings conducted Number of surveys conducted Number of hectares fenced Number of gardens established within the fenced area Number of high value Posters and pamphlets available Survey report available Model design and protocol documented Targeted fenced plot available Record of number of planted trees available
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UNEP/CBD/COP/13/INF/34 Page 74 1.8 Clearing of merremia in clear forest and planting of trees 1.9 Injection of herbicides in merremia vines 1.10 Encourage natural regeneration of indigenous tree species 1.11 Improve invasive species database through data entry 1.12 Inter villages/reserve border security 2. Little fire ant eradication at Lake Letes. 2.1 Awareness /Training 2.2 Survey 2.3 Baseline data collection on the infestation of LFA in the area 2.4 First application of LFA baits (granules and paste) in the infested area 2.5 Ongoing LFA baits application every 6 weeks 2.6 Monitoring of efficiency of the bait application every 6 weeks 2.7 Improve invasive species database through data entry 2.8 Inter villages border native trees planted Number of hectares cleared from merremia. % of regeneration of indigenous species Quality of IS data base improved Number of community leaders appointed and trained as Biosecurity Agents Number of reports submitted Number of awareness and training conducted. Number of training participants recorded Percentage of LFA infestation coverage on baits applied Number of other ants species recorded Site map of the management area available. Site map of the regenerated indigenous species available Invasive species database installed and operational Letter of appointment List of the trained Biosecurity agents Training report available Survey report available LFA monitoring report available
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UNEP/CBD/COP/13/INF/34 Page 75 security 3. Baseline data collection for marine invasive species and COT management in Port- Vila and Luganville harbor. 3.1 Awareness / training 3.2 Survey 3.3 Identify marine invasive species 3.4 Kill crown of thorn through mixture of lemon and vinegar injection 3.5 Remove the crown of thorns with assistance from secondary school (Malapoa college) 3.6 Improve invasive species database through data entry 3.7 Strengthen ballast water management system for international and local vessels LFA population coverage trend recorded Quality invasive species database improved Number of reports submitted Number of awareness and training conducted Survey report Quantity/number of crown of thorns removed Number of participating students Quality invasive species database improved Invasive species database developed and operational List of approved Biosecurity agents Report of the training and awareness List of marine invasive species Report on COT remove
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