The Catadupa Conservation Action Plan (C-CAP) is part of our CEPF-funded project "An Action Plan to Save Threatened Biodiversity in Catadupa", implemented between 2013 and 2015.
The C-CAP process had three stages:
- Determine suitable Biodiversity Targets which, if conserved, will result in conserving the whole of Catadupa’s biodiversity (as “nested” Targets) and hold an Experts Workshop to review status, stresses and sources of stress for these biodiversity targets
- Determine overall Threats ranking by “rolling up” sources of stress across all Biodiversity Targets.
- Hold Stakeholder Workshops to determine the sub-group of direct and indirect stakeholders contributing to each high-ranked overall Threat -Postulate and evaluate Strategies and Actions that will motivate these stakeholders to abate the threats