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1 Cambodia Tiger Recovery Program DRAFT Pre-Tiger Summit Partner Dialogue July 12-14, 2010, Bali-Indonesia The Forestry Administration, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

2 TIGER CONSERVATION LANDSCAPE (1) Eastern Plain Landscape and (2) Cardamom Mountain Range 2 1

3 Map of Protection Forests and Protected Areas in Cambodia Eastern Plain Landscape (EPL)- Site for Tiger Recovery Program

4 GOAL

5 PRIORITY ACTIONS 1- Will formally designate and secure at least one potential source site (around 1,500km ² ) as tiger habitat in EPL 2- Will establish and resource a dedicated law enforcement officers (of at least 50) full-time, well- trained and equipped ranger

6 PRIORITY ACTIONS 3- Will implement consistent tiger and its prey monitoring protocols and enforce effective management 4- Will strengthen trans-boundary cooperation to reduce wildlife poaching and illegal activities across border © FA, Cambodia

7 PROGRAM INDICATOR BY Design site for tiger restoration (2ys) Site formally designed Landscape management and zoning approved Tiger restoration identified 2- Enforcement capacity & habitat management (5ys) Law enforcement officer well trained & equipped Conservation infrastructure established Wildlife crime protection increased Tiger prey density increased © Birdlife, Cambodia

8 PROGRAM INDICATOR BY Monitoring system (2ys) MIST & other developed & implemented 4- Trans-boundary collaboration (3ys) Information sharing network established © FA, Cambodia

9 PROGRAM INDICATOR BY 2022  Source site protected  Tiger prey support 25 breeding females  Habitat connectivity through landscapes  Wildlife product across border reduced  Tiger reintroduction program developed © BirdLife Cambodia

10 CAPACITY NEEDS  Improve technical skills Reporting, patrolling, monitoring, investigation  Scientific skills Biological tiger & its prey monitoring  Awareness raising and outreach program Perception of tiger conservation value Threat to tiger survival

11 INDICATIVE COST ActivitiesCosts Designate inviolate tiger source site500,000 Increase capacity & effectiveness law enforcement 4,500,000 Integrate habitat management at landscape level 2,000,000 Implement tiger & prey monitoring1,500,000 Strengthen trans-boundary cooperation1,000,000 TOTAL (until 2015)9,500,000

12 FINANCING OPTION  International community WB, ADB, GEF-5, JICA,  NGOs  REDD  Tourism  National budget In kind support from government $$$$

13 SUPPORT NEEDED FROM GTI ActivitiesCosts Awareness raising for national government50,000 Awareness raising & outreach campaign for local communities 100,000 Trans-boundary meeting to strengthen cross border control for wildlife trade 95,000 Feasibility study & assessment of tiger re- introduction program 245,000 TOTAL (until 2015)490,000

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