Management Planning
Al-Ikhlas Development
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Table of Contents
Foreword
Acknowledgements
About the authors
1. Introduction
2. Definitions and background
2.1 Protected areas
2.2 Management planning
2.3 Budget
2.4 Time requirements
2.5 Management by objectives
2.6 Management Plan
2.7 Other plans associated with the Management Plan
2.8 Why plan?
2.9 Legislative, statutory or other requirements
2.10 The benefits of management planning
2.11 Implementation of national or regional policies and corporate
strategies
3. Requirements for successful preparation and implementation
of Management Plan
3.1 Introduction – what works
3.2 The process used in plan preparation
3.3 The presentation, style and content of the Management Plan
3.4 The context within which the plan must operate
3.5 Resources, commitment and capacity
3.6 Problems encountered in planning and implementation
3.7 Abbreviated forms of planning
4. The management planning process
4.1 Overview of the process
4.2 Preparing a Management Plan
Step 1. Pre-planning phase
Step 2. Data collection, background research and initial fieldwork
Step 3. Evaluating the information
Step 4. Identifying constraints, opportunities and threats
Step 5. Developing management vision and objectives

Step 6. Identifying and evaluating options including zoning
Step 7. Integration into a draft plan
Step 8. Public consultation, including public exhibition of the draft plan
Step 9. Revision of draft and production of final plan
Step 10. Approval of plan
Step 11. Implementation of the Management Plan
Step 12. Monitoring and review
Step 13. Decision to review and update the Management Plan
5. Involving people
5.1 Why involve people
5.2 Whom to involve
5.3 Types of involvement
5.4 Consultation
5.5 Methods
5.6 Towards community based planning
6. The international dimension to management planning
6.1 The management of World Heritage sites
6.2 Ramsar Sites
6.3 UNESCO Biosphere Reserves
6.4 Protected areas subject to international or regional agreements
6.5 Transboundary arrangements
7. Abbreviated planning approaches
Annex: Roles, responsibilities and skills
The planning team
The project manager, the planner and the author
References

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