Integrated Management and Conservation of the Mara Basin Reversing the Water Degradation in the Romanian Transboundary Region of the Upper Tisa
Integrated Management and Conservation of the Mara Basin Reversing the Water Degradation in the Romanian Transboundary Region of the Upper Tisa
The aim of the project is to contribute to the protection of international waters in the Upper Tisza catchments, focusing on the integrated management of natural resources in Mara tributary river basin.
The objectives are: restoration and control of ecological degradation of aquatic habitats that sustain biodiversity; development of income-generating activities, finally contributing to the protection of waters (ecotourism); community empowering targeting the reduction of pollutant charges in international waters.
The project brings demonstrative support for Water Framework Directive implementation, and facilitates the achievement of Romania’s Millennium Development Goals.
 
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Project Snapshot

Grantee:
Asociatia EcoLogic
Country:
Romania
Area Of Work:
Biodiversity
International Waters
Grant Amount:
US$ 34,206.00
Co-Financing Cash:
US$ 35,380.00
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 3,000.00
Project Number:
ROM/OP3/2/06/06
Status:
Satisfactorily Completed
Project Characteristics and Results
Significant Participation of Indigenous Peoples
An increased participation of the locals will be secured by facilitating better organization, through improved capacities of representation and advocacy within the environmental protection decision-making process (empowerment of communities). Significant participation of indigenous people is visible in: capacity building of the local groups that allows participatory planning of nature friendly management and activities in the Mara basin, as well as the creation of additional workplaces through eco-tourism development. Local groups will also be involved in practical activities in the Mara basin, such restoration of the waterfalls on the upper course of the Mara for the improvement of indigenous fish population’s habitat condition or eco-protective visitor infrastructure development for the associated wetlands.
Capacity - Building Component
Long-term sustainability will be assured by building up capacities of indigenous towards better organization, participatory planning of interventions and increasing responsibility towards decisions that affect them. This will reduce the impact upon nature and will be achieved by: community training on nature friendly agriculture and raising awareness on the implementation of the “Code of good agricultural practices” followed by income-generating activities related to water resources management and community training for the formation of community based organization.
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Indicators
Empowerment
Number of CBOs / NGOs formed or registered through the SGP project 2
Biophysical
Hectares of globally significant international water body or marine and coastal protected area sustainably managed or protected by SGP project 27
Biophysical
Pollution discharge into International Water reduced Kilogram (Kg) of Nitrogen (N) discharge into International Water reduced 68400
Biophysical
Number of local policies informed in international waters focal area 4
Livehood
Number of households who have benefited* from SGP project 1500

Grantee Contact

Mrs Edit Pop
Phone: 0040 262 224035
Email: edit_pop@nvn.ro
 

Address

Bd. Unirii Nr. 28
Baia Mare , Europe and the CIS , 430232
 

Website

http://www.ecologic.romm.ro

SGP Country office contact

Mrs. Tania Mihu
Phone:
+4 021 201 7827
Fax:
+4 021 201 7828
Email:
Ms. Andreea Ihos
Phone:
+4 021 201 7827
Fax:
+4 021 201 7828
Email:

Address

UN House, 48A Primaverii Blvd., sector 1
Bucharest