BIMP EAGA PDF

The initiative is market-driven and operates through a decentralised organisation structure involving the four governments and the private sector. BIMP-EAGA co-operation aims to increase trade, tourism and investments inside and outside the subregion by facilitating the free movement of people, goods and services, making the best use of common infrastructure and natural resources, and taking the fullest advantage of economic complementation Geography[ edit ] BIMP-EAGA covers a land area of 1. It comprises the entire sultanate of Brunei Darussalam ; the provinces of Kalimantan , Sulawesi , Maluku , West Papua and Papua in Indonesia; the states of Sabah and Sarawak , and the federal territory of Labuan in Malaysia; the island of Mindanao and the province of Palawan in the Philippines. Key sectors[ edit ] Agro-industry. Major agriculture products include coconut, palm oil, livestock and poultry, and high-value tropical fruits and vegetables. EAGA areas are focusing on expanded production, complementation, processing and export, to supply speciality markets such as the halal food trade.

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One of the ways they are doing this is by setting a specific set of criteria in project planning. Only projects with well-defined concepts and implementation plans and those that use results-based approaches are considered under Vision BIMP-EAGA requires projects: to be consistent with and complement local and national development plans; to involve at least two countries; to have subregional implications, or can benefit from subregional synergies; to have positive social, economic, and environmental impacts; to catalyze private sector investments, especially SMEs; to have active local governments; and should be linked with ASEAN.

Having a more disciplined process of project planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation ensures delivery of targets and greater accountability on the part of stakeholders. Each proposed project under Vision will have project proponents tasked to prepare the project concept, identify potential funding and develop a full proposal.

In rare occasions, project proposals may come from the Senior Officials Meeting and Ministerial Meeting. The first five stages of the project cycle concern project design. These entail the development, appraisal, and adoption of the project concept and full project proposal. Stage 6 concerns project implementation, which involves the generation of the planned outputs and outcome through a series of actions or activities.

Stage 7 involves project monitoring and evaluation. The project is monitored and the results are evaluated and fed back into operations for future project designs. There is a separate template for infrastructure projects with significant environmental and social impacts. The template outlines project details like the cluster or working groups involved; the profile of project proponents, including their contact details and point person; the actual proposal, with a project summary and context and rationale, impacts, outcome, relevance, beneficiaries, and stakeholders.

The template also outlines implementation arrangements, work plan, and potential risks, a results-based monitoring matrix, and funding, including budget allocation for personnel, equipment and materials, meetings and trainings, reports, travel, among others, as well as funding source. The template for infrastructure projects with significant social and environmental impacts has a section on safeguards for the environment and the involuntary resettlement of affected communities, including indigenous peoples.

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Goals What is Vision ? Since its creation in , BIMP-EAGA has been a highly effective mechanism for member countries to accelerate social and economic development in remote and less developed areas. Now, as new trends and challenges emerge both regionally and globally, the organization has drawn up a blueprint for keeping itself relevant, going forward. It aspires to become resilient, inclusive, sustainable, and economically competitive. Creating sustainable, competitive and climate-resilient agriculture and fishing industries. Adopting a multi-country approach to tourism that benefits less developed areas.

BIMP EAGA PDF

One of the ways they are doing this is by setting a specific set of criteria in project planning. Only projects with well-defined concepts and implementation plans and those that use results-based approaches are considered under Vision BIMP-EAGA requires projects: to be consistent with and complement local and national development plans; to involve at least two countries; to have subregional implications, or can benefit from subregional synergies; to have positive social, economic, and environmental impacts; to catalyze private sector investments, especially SMEs; to have active local governments; and should be linked with ASEAN. Having a more disciplined process of project planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation ensures delivery of targets and greater accountability on the part of stakeholders. Each proposed project under Vision will have project proponents tasked to prepare the project concept, identify potential funding and develop a full proposal.

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