Building up: Implementation and Monitoring—role of self-analysis, fundraising and tools

Published: 02 June 2023
Last edited: 02 June 2023

Implementation is the desire of any plan. It is the “boots on the ground” that counts. A portion of the equation is developing a protected area enforcement plan. Equally important is the capacity to implement. To determine ability to implement, an organization must carry out a self-analysis. The plan can outline fundraising needs: capacity needs, equipment and tools. Additionally, an organization can have a buildup period for implementation showing donors the full picture of desired impact.


Collection of baseline and monitoring data and knowledge
Enforcement and prosecution
Evaluation, effectiveness measures and learning
Scale of implementation
Phase of solution
Documentation and dissemination of results

Enabling factors

Adequate financing and resources are needed for implementation and monitoring. If you have these then tracking and monitoring provides the results needed to show the benefit of an enforcement plan.

Lessons learned

The enforcement strategy is a plan, implementation is determined by other factors such as resources. The plan can be a fundraising tool as it clearly outlines desired state and needs.

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