14. Cost of the Forestry Sector Development Programs

14. Cost of the Forestry Sector Development Programs

Table 2: Financial Requirements of the Forestry Sector during the Planning Period from 1992-2010 (Millions of U.S. Dollars, constant 1998 prices)

9FYP10FYP11FYP       
97-0202-0707-12  Total% 
414.0504.5626.81867.0 100.0  
187.3259.4337.0909.6 48.6  
83.1116.8149.9400.5 21.4  
17.616.617.775.3 4.0  
25.911.613.176.8 4.1  
27.927.329.5112.9 6.0  
37.538.341.7154.1 8.2  
0.70.60.62.6 0.1  
21.121.324.184.7 4.5  
8.48.68.634.6 1.8  
4.03.33.23.4 0.6  
1.40.90.95.0 0.3  
 164.1 142.5 150.5621.4 33.2  
10.54.00.9  
 29.1  1.5  
9.08.69.035.2 1.9  
117.6104.8115.3449.6 24.0  
21.418.517.582.7 4.4  
5.66.627.824.7 1.3  
 200.8 299.3 397.01021.1 54.6  
71.981.494.4  
 306.7  16.4  
36.140.446.4153.1 8.2  
92.8177.5256.6561.3 30.0  
 49.0 62.6 79.3227.4 12.1  
343.4446.2566.2  
1603.0 85.7  
70.658.260.6266.9 14.3  
142.0176.4214.9642.0 34.3  
136.5218.6301.6729.8 39.0  
135.4109.5110.2498.2 26.6  

 

Total cost 
Breakdown byCommunity and private forestry
program:National and leasehold forestry
 Development of wood-based
 industries
 Development of industries based
 on medicinal and aromatic plants
 and non-wood forest products
 Conservation of ecosystems and
 genetic resources
 Soil conservation and watershed
 management
 Policy, legal, and instit. Reform
 Human resources development
 Forestry research and extension
 Resource info. and planning
 Monitoring and evaluation
 

Breakdown by

Investment
item:-Office infrastructure
 -Office transport/equipment
 -Miscellaneous. Development
 -Technical assistance
 -Fellowship/training
 Recurrent
 -Salaries/allowances
 -Office maint./oper. Expenses
 -Forest maintenance
 Physical contingency
 

 

Breakdown by

Local
type:Foreign
Breakdown byHMGN
source:Private sector
 External assistance