The Pyramid Diagnostic and Planning Tool for Good Forest Governance (En | Ru)
Posted on 12 August 2002
In an effort to identify and prioritize interventions that would advance sound forest management, the World Bank/WWF Alliance has developed "The Pyramid - A diagnostic and planning tool for good forest governance." It is hoped that this tool will stimulate participatory assessment and target-setting at the country level.
The concept behind the pyramid diagnostic and planning tool is that some elements of good forest governance are common to a wide range of nations. By grouping these elements in several tiers of complexity, the pyramid can serve as a country level planning tool in forest management.
In a multi-stakeholder process, the tool can be used to assess the status of forest governance using a scoring system to identify what is working, what is missing, and what needs to be done for different elements of forest governance.
The Pyramid Diagnostic and Planning Tool for Good Forest Governance