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17. DESIGNING INTERPRETATIVE TRAILS AT DIRIÁ NATIONAL PARK

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Budget (USD)

(USD) – total:

545.000

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First Phase Needs

(USD): 287.500

(5 communities

+ 150 homes)

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Type of Project

Philanthropy Impact investment

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Timeframe

2 years

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Geographical Scope

Guanacaste

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Partners

Cooperatives, Community Associations (ADIs)

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Target

10 communities and 500 homes

WHAT DOES THIS PROJECT DO?

This project designs and implements a network of mandatory, cautionary, regulatory, informative and interpretative signs on three hiking trails and one biking trail in Diría National Park, with a speci c focus on awareness raising on biodiversity (conspicuous wildlife, plants, ecosystems), ecosystem services, climate change, local culture, history and traditions.

HOW IS IT GOVERNED?

It is governed by the National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC) through a long-term agreement with UCI.

WHAT IS THIS PROJECT?

It is coupled with an App (online and of ine) in English, Spanish and French, a communication and information strategy that positions Diría National Park as a prime destination in Guanacaste and the Nicoya Peninsula as a regenerative tourism destination

HOW IS IT VALIDATED?

By generating a set of informative and interpretative signs along hiking and biking trails, and a tri-lingual App.

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Contribution to UN Sustainable Development Goals

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"The future can't be predicted but it can be envisioned and brought lovingly into being. Systems can't be controlled, but they can be designed and redesigned." 

- Donella Meadows