The People and Nature Reconciliation (PanNature) on August 24 organized…
During 14th and 15th September, 2018 in Da Lat (Lam Dong), Green Livelihoods Alliance (GLA) and its partners in Vietnam held the 2018 mid-term monitoring and evaluation meeting. This yearly activity under GLA program aims at:
- Summarizing changes in the context that can have influence on the country Theory of Change and the annual plan;
- Updating and sharing results of outcome harvesting, then mapping outcomes on ToC;
- Reflecting and analyzing previous term’s progress;
- Adjusting the Theory of Change according to current context and expected outcomes;
- Planning for 2019;
The meeting was chaired by representatives from Tropenbos International. Tropenbos Vietnam, People and Nature Reconciliation (PanNature) and Viet Nature Conservation Center (VietNature) attended the meeting as Vietnam’s GLA partners.
GLA is sponsored by The Netherlands’ Ministry of Foreign Affairs and being implemented in 9 countries and 16 landscapes in Asia and Africa. GLA focuses on inclusive and sustainable forest governance contributing to protect public goods such as clean water, fertilized soil, good climate and biodiversity. Each landscape has its own theory of change developed based on current context and expected outcomes.
In Vietnam, GLA program is implemented in upper Srepok river basin landscape, mostly in Lak and Krong Bong district, Dak Lak province.