Sustainable Development and Biodiversity Conservation in Rarau-Giumalau Massif
The project aims at biodiversity conservation in Rarau-Giumalau reservation by establishing a ‘Natura 2000’ site and at contributing to the sustainable development of the communities situated in the vicinity of the reservation through eco and agro-tourism development and promotion of natural, cultural and traditional values.
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Project Characteristics and Results
- the involvement of the local authorities, including the Campulung Moldovenesc Municipality, 4 local NGOs and members of the local community create the pre-requisites for sustainability; - the training activities undertaken under the project raise the interest of local population to develop agri-tourism; - the horse shelter is part of the Carpathian Tour - a larger initiative creating an equestrian tourist network to link Maramures and Bucovina.
Notable Community Participation
All project activities involved local communities, including youth who participated as volunteers in research camps. The local population was the target group for training activities. A local municipality (Campulung Moldovenesc) co-financed the building of the horse shelter for the equestrian tourism trail.
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Number of national policies informed in biodiversity focal area 1
Number of CBOs / NGOs participated / involved in SGP project 4
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