The MangyanTamaraw Driven Landscape Program was initiated in 2012 on the behalf of the IUCN-SSC (International Union for the Conservation of Nature – Species Survival Commission). This socio-environmental program is developed by the D’ABOVILLE Foundation in partnership with international and national organizations, Philippines authorities and local stakeholders. It focuses its attention on the Critically Endangered Tamaraw, Mindoro’s biodiversity and the residing communities living in the mountainous interior of the Island.

 

OUR VISION AND STRATEGY OF INTERVENTION

Goal and vision of the Mangyan – Tamaraw Driven Landscape Program

Strategic Structure of the Program

Strategic Approach of the Program

OBJECTIVES

Objective 1: Improve the governance and protection measures in Mts Iglit-Baco National Park

  • Fight illegal activities and reduce poaching
  • Support the development of a proper Protected Area General Management Plan
  • Support the proclamation of MIBNP under NIPAS (Natural and Biotic Area, ICCA)

Objective 2: Establish a proper zoning system along with an integrative traditional hunting management planning within the CZM

  • Establish a “Strict Protection Zone” to secure a minimum security area for wildlife
  • Increase potential areas of dispersion and survival on most recent range of Tamaraw
  • Encourage traditional lifestyle  of IP communities

Objective 3: Introduce and develop an innovative land-use management approach and alternative subsistence capacities to residing Mangyan Communities

  • Ensure subsistence means and increase productivity of land
  • Decrease need for more land for kaingin and preserve mature and aging forest
  • Enhance production for inside and outside market opportunities

Objective 4: Support the development of an Island Wide Strategy of Conservation for the Tamaraw

  • Conduct island wide ecological assessments and surveys to locate remaining Tamaraw groups and identify suitable areas for subpopulations survival.
  • Design meta-population structures and models to ensure efficiency of conservation efforts and long term viability of the different sub-populations
  • Define long term vision for Mindoro biodiversity and land-use management

Objective 5: Promote the development of ecotourism in Mindoro

  • Highlight the Park as an outstanding outdoor destination within the Philippines.
  • Help improve infrastructures and communication inside the Park
  • Connect with National and International Tour Operators working in the field of ecotourism

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DOCUMENTS & FINDINGS

LOGICAL FRAMEWORK OF THE PROGRAM

General approach and strategy of action of the Program to address the different issues and bring consistent responses in Mts Iglit-Baco National Park.

NEWS

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Consultation with residing Mangyan communities and local stakeholders regarding programs and development within Mts Iglit-Baco Protected Area (December 8)

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DAF with the presence of E. Schütz participated to the large consultation meeting held at station 1 in Mts Iglit-Baco National Park last December 8. The meeting was at the…

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First tamaraw pictures caught by the camera traps in Aruyan-Malati (December 2017)

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A group of three tamaraws was captured using camera trapping method in the Aruyan-Malati area. The method was recently initiated and deployed in this critical location in order to gather…

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Workshop on Tamaraw monitoring techniques with TCP rangers (November 10)

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Program Manager Emmanuel Schütz and his field technical assistant J. Belmonte, in collaboration with TCP coordinator Ms. P. David jr, conducted a workshop with the rangers’ team leaders assigned on…

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Workshop and training with local DENR staff on the use of camera traps (November 9)

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Program Manager Emmanuel Schütz and Johanna Rode-Margono of Chester Zoo conducted a workshop at the Gene Pool Farm, to train DENR MENRO staff and TCP/PAO rangers on the use of…

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Visit of International Partners from Berlin Tierpark (Germany) and Chester Zoo (UK) – November 7 to 13, 2017

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In November 2017, Christian Kern and Nadja Niemann of Berlin Tierpark and Johanna Rode-Margono and Scott Wilson of Chester Zoo, traveled to the Philippines to visit our program’s site in…

CONTACTS

Emmanuel Schütz

Program coordinator, Philippines

Tél : +63 (0) 916 6725 834

Email:
manuschutz.ph@gmail.com

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