As implementation of the Improving Forest and Protected Area Management (IFPAM) in Trinidad and Tobago begins, it is important that key stakeholders understand their roles and responsibilities to assist in achieving the Project's objectives and deliverables.
One such key institutional partner is the Tobago House of Assembly (THA). The THA is empowered to formulate and implement policy, propose and adopt Bills, and lead on developing the skills needed for the sustainable management of natural resources on the island.
In this regard, on Monday 27th July, 2015, a meeting was arranged to formally introduce the Project Coordinating Unit to representatives of the THA as well as to share the final approved project and to devise plans for implementing the project in Tobago.
|Ms. Neila Bobb-Prescott (Chief Technical Advisor, IFPAM Project) handing over the IFPAM Project Brief to representatives of the THA after the meeting.|