Eptisa has awarded a new technical assistance project for the institutional strengthening of the Environment, Biodiversity, Climatic Changes and Forests Development Management Vice Ministry (EVM) of Bolivia

The contract is part of the PACSBio, which has as aim the biodiversity conservation and the sustainable development in Bolivia

November 05 2012

The new contract consists of providing international technical assistance for the Biodiversity Sustainable Conservation Support Program (PACSBio). The project general objective is to offer a technical assistance for an adequate implantation of the Program, which has a budget of €2,098,785 financed by the European Union.

The aim of the program is the biodiversity conservation and the sustainable development in Bolivia, thus supporting the Bolivian policies, in conformity with the Protected Areas (PAs), developed under the Protected Areas National System (PANS).

Eptisa, in Consortium with Agreco, will provide a long term international Technical Assistance in order to give a support to the Environment, Biodiversity, Climatic Changes and Forests Development Management Vice Ministry (EVM) and the PANSER for the inter-sector set up, the institutional strengthening in the entire management cycle – planning, funds management, programming; budgeting, execution, control and evaluation- in regards with the SPSP (Sector Policy Support Program) instrument and the visibility.

It also supports the environmental management and monitoring of the PANS through he Digital Observatory of Protected Areas (DOPA)22 in Bolivia, for the conservation of the biodiversity APs through the Common Center of Research of the European Community (CCI).


 
 Eptisa has awarded a new technical assistance project for the institutional strengthening of the Environment, Biodiversity, Climatic Changes and Forests Development Management Vice Ministry (EVM) of Bolivia