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    FUNDACION TUVA

    Table of contents

    Pr eface ......................................................................................................................................... i

    1 In tr oduction .............................................................................................................................1

    1.1 TUVAs scope and mission ........................................................................................................................ 11.2 Political challenges of people-oriented conservation ............................................................................. 21.3 The future before us.................................................................................................................................... 4

    2 Area of influence: Cor covados buffer-zones...........................................................................6

    2.1 Landscape and society in the southeastern buffer-zone........................................................................62.2 Landscape and society in the northeastern buffer-zone ........................................................................9

    3 Phase I: Beginnings and early development (1990-95)............................................................11

    3.1 Overview.....................................................................................................................................................113.2 Project opportunities................................................................................................................................. 113.3 Organization and staff...............................................................................................................................123.4 Initial neighborhood alliances .................................................................................................................. 133.5 Agroecology applied research ..................................................................................................................143.6 Natural forest management ......................................................................................................................143.7 Tree farming................................................................................................................................................163.8 Coastal resources protection and management.....................................................................................173.9 Rural Energy and Communications........................................................................................................183.10 Summary of progress (Phase I: 1990-1995)...........................................................................................19

    4 Phase II: Consolidation and H PK Grant (1995-97)................................................................25

    4.1 Overview.....................................................................................................................................................254.2 Summary of goals and achievements for Phase II................................................................................254.3 Organizational strategy.............................................................................................................................. 27

    Monitoring of resource flows and functional overlaps..................................................................274.4 Financial development ..............................................................................................................................294.5 Main areas of organizational consolidation ........................................................................................... 33

    Staff growth .......................................................................................................................................... 33Staff hired and trained with HPK funds ..........................................................................................37Infrastructure investment: computer systems and vehicles ..........................................................38Building of institutional relations ......................................................................................................39

    4 The futur e of TUVA: Five Year General Plan (1998-2002)...................................................43

    4.1 Overview.....................................................................................................................................................434.2 Transition plans..........................................................................................................................................44Executive Direction............................................................................................................................. 44Preparatory measures .......................................................................................................................... 45

    4.3 Summary of the Five Year Plan...............................................................................................................464.4 Mission.........................................................................................................................................................484.5 The Osa National Wildlife Refuge..........................................................................................................514.6 Organizational restructuring.....................................................................................................................54

    Overview............................................................................................................................................... 54Executive Council................................................................................................................................ 54Administration and program coordination...................................................................................... 56

    4.7 Program development ...............................................................................................................................58

    Overview............................................................................................................................................... 58The Osa changing reality.................................................................................................................... 58Education and exchange: Piro Biodiversity Center (PBC)...........................................................60

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    Forest Management Research: OFTER...........................................................................................614.8 Financial autonomy....................................................................................................................................62

    Overview............................................................................................................................................... 62Osa National Wildlife Refuge Endowment Fund ..........................................................................62Piro Reserve Fund vs. endowment ................................................................................................... 63Forest environmental services (CPBs) .............................................................................................64

    Scenarios for contingency planning.................................................................................................. 654.9 Five Year Plan budget ...............................................................................................................................684.10 Timetable of Activities for the Five Year Plan......................................................................................694.11 Conclusions.................................................................................................................................................70

    Apendix I: H PK Sum mary Expense Report .............................................................................72

    Apendix II: O sa Fallen Timber Extractive Reserves..................................................................72

    Apendix III : The Pir o Biodiversity Cen ter .................................................................................72

    Apendix IV: Int egrated Coastal Management : O STS and ADECO RO .................................72

    Appendix V: Rural Energy and Communications.......................................................................72

    Appendix VI: Bosque del Cabo Business Plan ...........................................................................72

    Appendix VII: Visitor s t o TUVA projects ..................................................................................72

    Appendix VII: Financial statements 1993-1997...........................................................................72

    List of Figures

    Figure 1 : Land use in Corcovado's Southeast Buffer-zone (SBZ) ............................................ ........................... 6

    Figure 2 : Land tenure in the SBZ .................................................. .............................................................. ........ 9

    Figure 3: Total combined income 1992-1997 (operations,programs,sales)............................................... ........ 30

    Figure 4: Programs income distribution (1992-1997) .................................... ................................................... 30

    Figure 5: Total operations income Figure 6: Total programs income .......