Overseeing the development of a terms of reference and feasibility report for undertaking an environmental impact assessment of a new oil and gas supply base for offshore production. Working with subcontractors to develop their specific components of the reports and combine them into the final versions.
Undertaking a midterm review to explore progress made towards the programs objectives, and providing recommendations for the implementation of two projects supported by the Livelihoods and Food Security Trust Fund and to be implemented by local partners in the Ayeyarwaddy Delta, Myanmar: (1) setting up sustainable livelihood funding mechanisms at community level in Phinsalu Sub-Township; (2) the improvement of smallholder farmer access to certified rice seeds in Bogale and Mawlamyinegyun Townships.
Assessing the status of candlenut plantations in Covalima in order to explore the potential for commercializing this traditional product in order to promote increased incomes for farmers in the medium and long-term. Identifying and providing recommendations to address the challenges in terms of accessing profitable markets and limited knowledge of appropriate management practices to increase productivity.
Conducting data analysis and supporting technical report writing for an REDD+ project PD on peatlands in Sumatra.
Devising a digital survey and developing an automated report generation tool for the Social and Environmental Impact Assessment (SEIA) as part of the RSPO certification process for oil palm smallholders.
Examining the processes of strengthening the Raja Ampat MPA network management unit through the lens of support organization Starling Resources. This assignment reviewed all steps undertaken in supporting this ‘first of its kind’ quasi-governmental organization in Indonesia, in terms of legal and regulatory establishment, staffing, capacity building, budgeting and financial management and administrative implementation. Assessment explored the potential for replication of the approach and captured lessons learned for wider practitioners.
As part of a series of case studies related to WWF supported marine initiatives across the Coral Triangle region, this case study development involved a thorough review of support activities implemented to date, and assessment of challenges, achievements and lessons learned.
The Indonesia Sustainable Ecosystems Advanced (SEA) Project is a five-year program that supports the Government of Indonesia to conserve biological diversity and improve the governance of marine resources at local, district, provincial and national levels. The communications plan will support this multi-partner initiative through the development of (i) an internal communications strategy (to ensure systematic coordination and communication processes within and between SEA project staff and primary sub-contractors); and (ii) an external communications framework to promote behavior change and adoption of sustainable management measures through the use of best practice approaches for identifying key target audiences, developing messaging utilizing baseline knowledge, skills, attitude and behavior assessments and strategic development of tailored communication techniques.
Designing and implementing a more rigorous impact assessment process across key programmatic areas. Providing training and evaluation support for key skills needed to implement and evaluate programs, utilizing the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation. Providing behavior change expertise and support in the development of new programming. Evaluating the impact of wildlife crime enforcement training and undertaking modifications to training provided. Designing and implementing a Global Youth Forum for Wildlife and People at CITES. (on-going)
International Fund for Animal Welfare