2018 50k 2 Capacity Building To strengthen appropriate border control

2018 50k 2 capacity building to strengthen

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2018 50k 2. Capacity Building To strengthen appropriate border control legislations (e.g. Quarantine) to reduce threats from new invasive species and genetically modified organisms being introduced into the country. Improve capacity to Enforce Biosecurity Act 2013 and other relevant legislation to improve protection against introduction of invasive species and negative impacts. 2016- 2018 USD 30K Supporting and strengthening border control through 2017- 2020 USD 100 K
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UNEP/CBD/COP/13/INF/34 Page 58 training and improved facilities. 3.Researc h and Monitorin g Monitoring programme are designed and implemented to identify pathways and monitor the arrival of new invasive species at ports of entry (e.g. airports, sea ports). 2017- 2020 USD 20 K Undertake studies and continue to monitor potential entry of marine invasive species especially within ports, marinas and locations where logs are loaded onto ships 2017 -2020 USD 50 K Undertake research on introduced and native invasive species under changing conditions such as waste and climate change. 2018 - 2020 USD 50 K Undertake research on the intra specific 2017- 2020 USD 50 K
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UNEP/CBD/COP/13/INF/34 Page 59 effects of invasive species on their native counterparts such as the effect of cane toad on indigenous frogs; the Common Myna, Acridotheres tristis and the European House Sparrow, Passer domesticus on native birds. Develop research and study on economic, social, health and environment impacts of IAS. 2017- 2020 USD 50 K 4. Education and Awarenes s Develop Education and awareness programme (tools, kits) for schools and communities 2017- 2020 USD 30 K raise awareness on the impacts of invasive species on biodiversity, economy, human health and cultural values. USD 20 K
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UNEP/CBD/COP/13/INF/34 Page 60 5. Establish ment of baseline data Develop and implement national invasive species management strategy to manage established invasive species within the country. Review available information on invasive species and their impacts in the Solomon Islands; identify priority threats, species and actions to manage them which will be implemented during the next five years. 2017 - 2020 USD 50 K IAS national database to be developed and update baseline information on the status and distribution of IAS and a programme to detecting range change & emerging impacts. 2016- 2020 USD 35 K 6. Managem ent and Eradicati on of IAS. Document & promote locally known biological control for IAS, e.g. GAS from red ants, Makira millipede, earth flatworm(Platymus 2017- 2020 USD 30 K
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UNEP/CBD/COP/13/INF/34 Page 61 Manokwarii) Support programs for Management and restoration of target species especially GAS, CRB, CB 2017- 2020 USD 70 K Use introduced Bio- control agents to manage and eradicate invasive species using appropriate best practices. 2017- 2020 USD 20 K Solomon Islands: project logical framework Project Summary Indicators Means of Verification Risks/Assumptions Goal To protect biodiversity, enhance food security and reduce negative economic impacts caused by invasive species in the Solomon Islands.
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