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Draft SMART Objectives and Primary Survey Question for Terrestrial

Target Audience:



Farmers on Erosion Control Practice



Community Members for Forest Burning


Step in
the
Theory of
Change

Draft Objectives

Farmers Erosion Control

Primary survey question


Knowledge

1.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
farmers awareness of erosion control
practices

(i.e. selective cutting, no
burning, no tilling, sustainable traditional
farming practices, etc.)

from X% to Y%


2.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
farmers wh
o know that lack of erosion
control practices lead to sedimentation in
watershed from X% to Y%


3.

By July 2012: Increase the number of
farmers who are aware of the impact of
sedimentation on reef from X% to Y%




1.

Do you know of any erosion
control practices?


2.

Do you know what causes
sediment flow into the
watershed?


3.

What are some of the biggest
threats for
reefs in Palau?






Attitude

4.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
farmers who believe that the watershed
should be protected from sedimentation
from X%

to Y%


5.

By July 2012: Increase the number of
farmers who are willing to implement
erosion control practices from X% to Y%


6.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
farmers who agree that sedimentation
impact on the taro fields that they depend
on from X% to Y%


7.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
farmers who agree that sedimentation
impact on the reef that they depend on
from X% to Y%

4.

Do you believe the watershed
should be protected from
sedimentation?


5.

Would you be willing to
implement erosion control
practices?


6.

Does s
edimentation
impact

on
taro fields?


7.

Which l
and clearing practices
for agriculture do you think
causes sediment flow

into the
reef
?





Interpersonal
Communication

8.

July 2012: Increase the number of
farmers who have talked with other
farmers on how lack of erosion control
practices can lead to sedimentation
that destroys watershed from X% to Y%


9.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
farmers who have talked to local
experts on traditional vs new erosion
control practices from X% to Y%


10.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
farmers who have discussed amongst
themselves the negative
consequences
of sedimentation on
reefs

from X% to Y%


11.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
farmers who have discussed amongst
themselves the negative
consequences

of sedimentation in

taro fields from X% to Y%

8.

In the last 6 months have you
talked to anyone about
sedimentation flow and its
effect on watershed?


9.

In the last 6 months h
ave you
talked to anyone

on
traditional and new ways to
control land ero
sion?


10.

In the last 6 months have you
discussed with others on
whether or not sedimentation
flow into the reef impacts on
community livelihood?


11.

In the last 6 months have you
discussed with others on
whether or not sedimentation
flows into taro fields have
any
effects on community
livelihood?

Barrier Removal

12.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
farmers who complete erosion control
practices training from X% to Y%


13.

By July 2014: Increase Recruited /
Train
ed

community
mo
nitor individuals
from X% to Y%


12.

In the

last 6 months, have
you participated in any
training for erosion control
practices?


13.

Report number of community
monitoring team members

Behavior
Change

14.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
farmers who
are implementing

erosion
control practices from X% to Y%


14.

Have you in the last (6 mos.)
applied any erosion control
practices in your agricultural
land clearing
?

Threat
Reduction

15.

By July 2014: Decrease t
he
level

of
sediment in the watershed
from X% to
Y%

15.

Use scientific
monitoring
technologies to measure
sedimentation

in watershed

Conservation
Results

16.

By July 2015 Decrease the level of
water turbidity from X% to Y%


17.

By July 2018: Increase vegetation
within the riparian area from X% to Y%

18.

Use scientific monitoring
technologies to measure
water quality over time


19.

Delineate Watershed riparian
area and measure
vegetation over time


Step in the
Theory of
Change

Draft Objectives

For Community Members and Forest
Burning

Primary survey question


Knowledge


1.

By July 2014
:

Increase the number of
community members

who know th
e
impact of

forest
burning
on watershed
from

X% to Y%


2.

By July 2014
: Increase the number of
community members

who know the
impact of forest burning on the reef from
X% to Y%


3.

By July 2014
: Increase
the number of
community members

who know the
impact of forest burning on medicinal
plants from X% to Y%


4.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
community members who know that
there is less surveillance and
repercussions on forest burning

from X%
to Y%


5.

By July 2014: Increase
the number of
community members who
know

that

increased patches of degraded land
contribute

to deposits of rubbles and
sand in tributaries from X% to Y%


1.

From you knowledge
can

forest bur
ning
impact on
water quality or

not?


2.

From you
r knowledge is
forest burning connected to
reef quality or not?


3.

From your observation is
forest burning related to
traditional medicine
practices of not?


4.

From your knowledge is
there more or less
surveillance and
repercussion on forest
burning?


5.

From
your knowledge

do the
patches of
cleared land
impact on water tributaries
at all?


Attitude

6.

By July 2014
: Increase the number of
community members

who
believe that
there is an

impact of forest burning on
watershed from X% to Y%


7.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
community members
who
believe

that
there is an
the impact of forest burning
on the reef from X% to Y%


8.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
community members

who agree that
there is an impact of forest burning on
medicinal plants from X% to Y%




I’m going to read you a series of
statement and I’d like you to tell
me if you agree, strongly
agree,
disagre
e, strongly disagree or
neutral


6.

Forest burning does not
impact the watershed.


7.

Forest burning does not
affect the reef.



8.

Forest burning does not
impact traditional medicine
practices.



9.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
community members who believe that
there is less surveillance and
repercussions on forest burning from X%
to Y%


10.

By July 2014: In
crease number of
community members

who believe that
increased patches of degraded land
contribute to deposits of rubbles
a
nd
sand in tributaries from X% to Y%


9.

There is less surveillance and
repercussion on forest
burning


10.

Patches of cleared land
will
not affect

water tributaries





Interpersonal
Communicatio
n

11.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
community members who have talked to
others on the impact of

forest burning on
watershed from X% to Y%


12.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
community members who have talked to
others on the impact of forest burning
on the reef from X% to Y%


13.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
community members who have talke
d to
others about the impact of forest
burning on medicinal plants from X% to
Y%


14.

By July 2014: Increase the number of
community members who have talked to
others on the decreased surveillance and
repercussions on forest burning from X%
to Y%


15.

By July 201
4: Increase
community
members

who
have talked with others

about the

increased patches of degraded
land contribut
ing

to deposits of rubbles
and sand in tributaries from X% to Y%



11.

In the last 6 months have
you talked to another
person about

impact of
forest burning on
watershed?


12.

In the last 6 months have
you talked to another
person about

impact of
forest burning on reef?


13.

In the last 6 months have
you talked to another

about
the impact of forest burning
on medicinal plants

?


14.

In the last 6

months have
you talked to another
person about
forest burning
surveillance and
repercussions?


15.

In the last 6 months have
you talked to another
person about


patches of
cleared land from burning
contributing to rubble and
sand in tributaries?



Barrier
Removal

16.

By July 2014: Develop a community
petition to increase surveillance and
repercussions of field burning to be
16.

In the last 6 months have
you signed a petition to
increase field burning
surveillance and
repercussions?

signed and approved


17.

By July 2014: Increase
surveillance and
repercussions of
field burning
by
implementing a hotline
from X% to Y%


18.

By
July 2014: Increase number of
recruited/ trained community monitoring
team members from X% to Y%





17.

In the last 6 months have
you
reported to the
hotline
any incidences of field
burning?


18.

Report number of burning
monitoring team





Behavior
Change

19.

By July 201
4
:
Increase number
of
forest fires
reports to hotline
f
rom X%
to Y%


19.

Monitor reported forest fires

to
the hot line over time

Threat
Reduction

20.

By July 2014: Reduce incidence of forest
fire from X% to Y%

20.

Monitor incidence of forest
fires

over time


21.


Plot occurrence and
location of reported fires


Conservation
Results

22.

By July 2015: Reduce cleared patches
of degraded land area from X% to

Y%

23.

Use plotting from the reports
to determine level

of
cleared patches of
degraded land as a result of
field burning