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Revision as of 18:52, 16 May 2007


Figure on the structure of the State of the Art of Capacity Building for ICZM in Europe.

Courtesy of Stella M. Vallejo from Theme 10 experts workshop in 1st ENCORA Thematic Workshop at Valencia, Spain, Nov 06


Theme10 Flowchart StellaVallejo.jpg


General Issues

The Integrated approach to Coastal Zone Management (ICZM)

The Capacity Building Concept

The European Context

Capacity Building in the frame of Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM)

An informal definition:

"The design and conduct of the range of activities necessary to enhance the capacity of institutions and the individuals to comprise them to undertake the effective ICZM programs"[1]

Evidence of Needs

Capacity Building Needs Associated to the ICZM Cycle

Article by Stella Maris Vallejo* and Maria D. Herrera Ximenez** - 10/05/2007

(*) Consultant

(**) Coastal Resources Centre, University of Rhode Island

Assessment

Existing Resources

Formal Capacity Building

Informal Capacity Building

Good and Bad Practices and Lessons Learned

Maximising Capacity Building Effectiveness

  1. Cicin-Sain et al., 2000>Cicin-Sain et al., 2000, Ocean & Coastal Management 43 (2000)291-330, p.292-p.294