Project Title

APEC Public-Private Dialogue with SMEs on Promoting Legal Trade in Harvested Wood Products and Strengthening Supply Chain Connectivity Towards Sustainable Growth 

Project Year

2016   

Project Number

EGILAT 02 2016A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EGILAT 02 2016A 

Project Title

APEC Public-Private Dialogue with SMEs on Promoting Legal Trade in Harvested Wood Products and Strengthening Supply Chain Connectivity Towards Sustainable Growth 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: General Fund 

Project Year

2016 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

141,800 

Co-funding Amount

Total Project Value

141,800 

Sponsoring Forum

APEC Experts Group on Illegal Logging and Associated Trade (EGILAT) 

Topics

Illegal Logging 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Viet Nam 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

China; New Zealand; Russia; Chinese Taipei 

Expected Start Date

01/11/2016 

Expected Completion Date

31/05/2017 

Project Proponent Name 1

Tran Kim Long 

Job Title 1

Director General 

Organization 1

Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development 

Postal Address 1

2 Ngoc Ha, Ba Dinh, Ha Noi, Viet Nam 

Telephone 1

84-4 37340781 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

kientq.htqt@mard.gov.vn; longtk.htqt@mard.gov.vn 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

 

Project Summary

The dialogue will enhance the capacity of member economies, to promote regional integration and trade facilitation by encouraging private sector and SMEs to foster trade in legally harvested wood products, and also advance conservation and rehabilitation of forest resources in conjunction with sustainable economic growth. This dialogue will be a platform for experts, officials, policy makers and international organizations to share views, experiences and work together on strengthening cooperation regarding trade in legally harvested wood products. Recommendations of the dialogue will be submitted to the EGILAT, SMEWG and circulated to all APEC member economies, relevant international organizations and other agencies. The two–day dialogue will be held in Feb 2017 in Nha Trang City, Viet Nam.

This project aims at: (1) Strengthening knowledge, best practices of the engagement of private sector and SMEs on promoting legal trade in harvested wood products and strengthening supply chain connectivity, properly assessing the on-going trend, challenges faced by APEC members in adapting, implementing timber legality guidance template and supply chain connectivity framework; (2) Providing APEC with inputs, recommendations on sustaining initiatives/best practices and utilizing APEC to strengthen region’s cooperation in legal trade in harvested wood products and its supply chain connectivity; and (3) sharing best practices in combatting illegal logging and building PPP model in order to promote the trade liberalization and facilitation in the region towards climate change mitigation and sustainable growth.

Relevance

Relevance-APEC: Recently, the engagement of Private Sector and SMEs in promoting legal trade in harvested wood products to combat illegal logging and associated trade has contributed to the conservation, reforestation and rehabilitation of forest resource towards sustainable development. The Rio+20 Outcome Document recognizes that forest ecosystem make important contributions to sustainable development, it also reaffirms the necessity to enhance and support more sustainable forestry that eradicates hunger and is economically viable, while conserving biodiversity and water resources and enhancing resilience to climate change and natural disasters (UN 2012, Paragraph 111). Trade in sustainable forestry products can be an important driver in the transition to a greener economy. Promoting private sector and SMEs investment towards more sustainable forest management can also create new export opportunities for economies, it is also important to enhance trade liberalization and facilitation process in the region by understanding and enhancing transparency/awareness of regulatory issues, coordination among government on policies, single contact point, variations in custom standards and regulations affecting trade in harvested wood products and its supply chain connectivity, etc.

In 2015, the APEC Ministers Responsible for Forestry recognized the important role of forests in supporting communities and mitigating and adapting to climate change; and reaffirmed their commitment to promote sustainable forest management, conservation and rehabilitation and combat illegal logging and associated trade. This activity is relevant to ECOTECH’s priorities of “regional economic integration” and “safeguarding the quality of life through sustainable growth.”

As it is widely recognized that APEC has made great joint efforts to promote legal trade in timber and timber products and combat illegal logging and associated trade. However, those efforts are not equally efficient among APEC member economies due to challenges such as lack of policy, regulatory frameworks, lack of governments’ capacity in selecting, implementing and managing, and lack of capacity/incentives to mobilize the private sector and SMEs, implement cooperation models such as PPP in promoting legal trade in harvested wood products, innovation issues, etc.

The project will focus on the role of Private sector and SMEs in working with governments to identify and address common challenges, impediments to promote legal trade in harvested wood products in the region through exchanging, sharing experiences and pilot activities/implementation, best practices and building PPP models from APEC and non APEC member economies.

The dialogue on these issues will benefit for state management, Private sector, SMEs and APEC economies towards sustainable development of forestry sector.

Relevance - Rank: This project falls under:

Rank 1 – Trade Facilitation and Liberalization: This dialogue will facilitate trade in legal harvested wood products and trade liberalization of the region, APEC Supply chain connectivity framework and Principles on Trade Facilitation.

Rank 2: Strengthening Quality Growth: Conservation, sustainable management, and rehabilitation of natural resources, including land, water, forest, among others; combatting illegal logging and associated trade.

Objectives

The project aims at the following objectives:

- Strengthening knowledge, best practices of the importance of the engagement of private sector and SMEs, properly assessing the on-going trend, challenges facing APEC members in adaptation, strengthening implementation of timber legality guidance template and supply chain connectivity framework;

- Suggesting long-term priorities for developing cooperation for consideration in APEC, establishment of innovative new partnership between governments and private sector, SMEs to adapt and implement across the region towards climate change mitigation and sustainable growth;

- Improving communication between EGILAT and other APEC sub-fora, as well as promoting coordination with other regional/international organizations, private sectors/SMEs;

- Providing APEC with inputs, recommendations on sustaining initiatives/best practices and utilizing APEC to strengthen region’s cooperation in fostering legal trade in harvested wood products and its supply chain connectivity, best practices in combatting illegal logging and building PPP model in order to promote the trade liberalization and facilitation in the region.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC: The APEC Ministers Responsible for Forestry in 2015 recognized the work of EGILAT since its establishment in 2011. They encouraged the continuation of information sharing and best practices on enforcement efforts and policies that are successful in combating illegal logging and associated trade, and endorsed the promotion of trade in legally harvested wood products.

In 2015, the APEC Ministers Responsible for Forestry recognized the important role of forests in supporting communities and mitigating and adapting to climate change; and reaffirmed their commitment to promote sustainable forest management, conservation and rehabilitation and combat illegal logging and associated trade.

This activity is relevant to ECOTECH’s priorities of “regional economic integration” and “safeguarding the quality of life through sustainable growth.”

The outcome of the project also contributes to the 2016 APEC’s objectives to seek Sustainable growth and climate change mitigation that is through conservation, sustainable management, and rehabilitation of natural resources.

Alignment – Forum: The importance of the engagement of Private sector and SMEs in promoting legal trade in harvested wood products to combat illegal logging and associated trade, strengthening its supply chain connectivity framework towards sustainable growth has been consistent with AEGILAT Work Plan 2016 and strategy action plan 2013-2017 as one of the priority areas in 2016.

TILF/ASF Justification

Holding this open dialogue is to increase the capacity of both public and private sectors/SMEs to promote regional integration and trade facilitation by encouraging private sector and SMEs to foster trade in legally harvested wood products, increasing the capacity to implement APEC timber legality guidance template and supply chain connectivity framework and also advance conservation and rehabilitation of forest resources in conjunction with sustainable economic growth, in turn, lower the overall costs of import and export as well as increase business competitiveness in the whole region. This project contributes to sustainable growth and development of the forestry in the APEC economies, especially, developing economies.

According to Bullet 8, page 28 of the Osaka Action Agenda, “SMEs are critical engine for growth and innovation in the Asia- Pacific region” and “APEC economies will cooperate to maintain and develop SME dynamism by improving the economic environment so that SMEs may fully exploit their creativity and mobility”. Accordingly, APEC economies, especially, the developing economies will ensure the availability and transparency of information by, through this project, holding an open dialogue to increase the awareness and experience/best practices of promoting both public and private sectors on fostering trade in legally harvested wood products and increasing the capacity of economies to implement APEC timber legality guidance template and supply chain connectivity framework toward sustainable economic growth.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: A two-day dialogue will be tentatively organized in Feb 2017 in the margin of EGILAT 11th in Nha Trang City. The first day will focus on the dialogue between international organizations such as TNC, ABAC, APEC economies’ sharing, panel taking point and updating their common understandings of legal trade in harvested wood products, successfully applied evidences, pilot activities and best practices in these fields and implementation of PPP models to support private sector and SMEs, the engagement in promoting legal trade in harvested wood products, forest conservation towards sustainable development. The second day will involve group discussion on policy making experiences, policy inputs and recommendations/initiatives for APEC, as well as follow - up activities. A science field trip will be arranged on the remainder second day. The draft recommendations will be circulated to all members and other stakeholders.

A report will be drafted after the Dialogue as one of the project’s outputs. This report will be composed of the following, but not limited to, sections: introduction of the project; briefings of the presentations made at the Dialogue including good practices (if any); briefing on discussions at the Dialogue; suggested recommendations/initiatives made by Dialogue participants and the project consultants. 

Outcomes: Dialogue participants will gain and enhance the capacity of member economies, to promote regional integration and trade facilitation by encouraging private sector and SMEs to foster trade in legally harvested wood products, benefits of the implementation of APEC timber legality guidance template and supply chain connectivity framework. Dialogue participants will be encouraged to propose recommendations on further work to assist SMEs in reaping benefits from fostering trade in legally harvested wood products in the APEC region.  They will have the opportunity to raise any useful policy suggestions in practice once returning to their home economies or organizations.

Similar Dialogues may be held in the future in order to improve the capacity of member economies, to promote regional integration and trade facilitation by encouraging private sector and SMEs to foster trade in legally harvested wood products.

Recommendations of this project may be submitted to EGILAT in 2017 for considerations and instructions. APEC members, in accordance with their domestic circumstances, may pursue relevant trade in legally harvested wood products and the implementation of APEC timber legality guidance template and supply chain connectivity framework policy actions to apply recommendations from this project to their home economies with view to assist SMEs in reaping benefits from fostering trade in legally harvested wood products. 

Beneficiaries: The selection criteria will be set to make sure that right participants will attend and benefit most as well as be able to bring about significant changes after the Dialogue’s completion. The criteria might include, but not limited to:

1) The direct beneficiaries of the project are SMEs and Private sectors in the APEC region who are involved in the combatting of illegal logging and associated trade as they can get a better knowledge and capacity to promote regional integration and trade facilitation by encouraging private sector and SMEs to foster trade in legally harvested wood products to further expand their export opportunities.

2) Governments’ officials and Public sector representatives who are directly involved in the policy making and implementation processes related to the combatting of illegal logging and associated trade can also benefit from economies’ best practices of how they can promote legal trade in harvested forest products in their daily business practices. In particular, public sector participants or experts come from agencies in charge of implementing APEC timber legality guidance template and supply chain connectivity framework, disseminating information or assessing impacts of APEC timber legality guidance template and supply chain connectivity framework on the business community and SMEs.

Regarding SME participation, the Organizers will encourage participants from SME Associations or a typical SME that is utilizing illegal logging and associated trade in their business activities since these participants will either be able to disseminate information from the Dialogue to similar events in their home economies or able to provide pragmatic experience during Q&A at the Dialogue.

Dissemination

-  All documents created under this project are posted to the APEC publications database and all project reports comply with the APEC Publications Guidelines, Logo Guidelines and IP Policy. Electronic Publication will be used to disseminate the Dialogue's documents widely.  APEC's official website will be the main one to upload the documents.  Other Vietnamese Ministries' websites (e.g. Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Administrative Forest Agency, Viet Nam's Chamber of Commerce and Industry) could also be used to disseminate the information with hyperlink to APEC website.  Other means of dissemination such as press release and social media will also be used.

-  The project targets government agencies relating to combatting of illegal logging and associated trade.

- SMEs, SME policy-makers, agencies relating to SMEs, interested academic representatives, SMEs local/regional/international organisations, etc.

No intention to sell outputs arising from this project.

Gender

Gender issues are addressed by the project proponent. Both men and women will get equal opportunity to participate in the project implementation, including in the process of preparatory stage, consultation and direct labours, etc.

In addition, to address gender concern and make sure that men and women are engaged efficiently in the Dialogue, the evaluation form delivered at the end of the Dialogue will include information on gender to aggregate for project assessment. PO expected that at least 40% of Dialogue participants will be female. The Organizers will also encourage speakers to incorporate Government agencies and SMEs related gender issues while making their presentations. In addition, to ensure that the outcomes of the Dialogue are made widely available to women involved in SMEs, the Organizers will consider inviting a speaker from PPWE who has expertise on the issue to disseminate information and create awareness amongst women-owned SMEs.

To encourage women’s participation in the Dialogue, in the General Information note of the event, PO will call for SMEWG focal points to select and nominate female participants to attend the Dialogue.        

As the number of women SME participating in actual operational activities of SMEs and Government agencies relating to combatting illegal logging and associated trade as well as in relevant policy-making processes has been increasing, women will also benefit from this Dialogue. The Project’s outputs and all the Dialogue materials will be uploaded to the APEC website, thanks to which women might access to the website for information and knowledge.

Work Plan

A two-day dialogue will be tentatively organized in Feb 2017 before EGILAT 11th. The first day will focus on the dialogue between international organizations such as TNC, ABAC, APEC economies’ sharing, panel taking point and updating their common understandings of legal trade in harvested wood products, successfully applied evidences, pilot activities and best practices in these fields and implementation of PPP models to support private sector and SMEs, the engagement in promoting legal trade in harvested wood products, forest conservation towards sustainable development. The second day will involve group discussion on policy making experiences, policy inputs and recommendations/initiatives for APEC, as well as follow - up activities. A science field trip will be arranged on the remainder second day. The draft recommendations will be circulated to all members and other stakeholders for reference, the main proposal timeline as follows:

Timeline

Actions

Oct - Nov 2016

Submit, finalize Concept Note and endorse by APEC, start project;

Nov 2016 – Dec 2017

Draft the Dialogue agenda and circulate it to economies for comments. Economies are strongly encouraged to provide comments on the draft agenda to the Dialogue Organizers.

Incorporate the comments and finalize the agenda to reflect all interests by stakeholders.

Invite and secure speakers for the Dialogue, call for case studies from economies;

Promotion and dissemination of information on the Dialogue.

Dec 2016 - Jan 2017

Invite participants from relevant APEC Ministries/ agencies - academia and research institutes in APEC member economies.

Confirmation of the event details (a General Information document is circulated to EGILAT representatives for nominating Dialogue participants).

Preparation work by the Organizing Committee (logistic and documentation)

Research on the case studies in Viet Nam; finalize event, including travel arrangement;

Jan – Feb 2017

Conduct the two-day dialogue;

Feb 2017 – May 2017

Upon conclusion of the Dialogue, event organizers will work with co-sponsors, speakers and other participants to draft a report for the APEC SMEWG.

Report of this project will be circulated to SMEWG and other APEC for a (such as ABAC, CTI) for information. Viet Nam will work with economies to provide suitable language on this Dialogue in the SMEMM Statement; however, this will depend on consensus among APEC member economies.

Risks

The risks which may involve in implementing this project are as follows:

Risk

Description

Mitigation

Speakers

Selection of suitable and  prominent candidates with vast experience

Early consultations with international organizations, agencies, and APEC economies in identifying prominent speakers

Cancellation of speakers

Secure back-up speakers for the Dialogue and send immediate invitations when there is a cancellation of speaker(s)

Participants

To get quality and quantity from APEC economies

Consult with co-sponsoring economies to set general criteria for participants and highlight it in the General Information document sent to SMEWG representatives for nominating Dialogue participants.

Awareness

Dissemination and marketing of the event

To actively market and promote the event through EGILAT, SMEWG representatives

Logistics and facilities

Restricted selection based on capacity and budget

Early reservation and planning

Monitoring and Evaluation

The PO will work closely and regularly with co-sponsoring economies in determining the content of the Dialogue’s agenda, selection of speakers, moderators, experts and participants for the Dialogue.

The project will adhere strictly to APEC project implementation procedures, including the timeline of actions.

An evaluation form will be prepared and distributed to all participants (the Organizers expected that there will be 80 participants attending the Dialogue) as well as the speakers, moderators and experts to assess the effectiveness of the Dialogue with respect to the relevance on the topics, presentations by speakers, overall impact and suggestions for further improvement and/or activities/initiatives for future projects. The organizing committee will compile all comments and reflect them into the final report, which will be submitted to the APEC EGILAT, SMEWG for consideration.

The final report will be developed and submitted to EGILAT, as well as uploaded to APEC Publication Database. The gender issue will be seriously considered during the implementation of the project.

In order to measure progress, project outcomes and impacts/ successes, various indicators may be used in the forms of pre-event survey, after-event evaluation form, project summary report etc. In particular:

Proposed activity

Potential indicators

Report

At least 2 case studies conducted by independent consultants.

Means: survey, data collection and analysis, desk study etc

Workshop

(To announce draft report and discuss recommendations from the report and next steps)

Means: Workshop, evaluation form, participant statistics (number, gender, economies, level), stakeholder feedback (comments or grades on how well the project met its objectives), number of recommendations adopted, total documents distributed etc.

It is expected that the Workshop will attract 80 participants.

Linkages

EGILAT will be the group which oversees this Project and will be responsible for disseminating information about the Dialogue to APEC member economies. The outcomes of the Dialogue will be submitted to EGILAT, SMEWG for consideration and further action.

Relevant APEC fora such as ACTWG, SCCP, SMEWG…and regional and international organizations (Global Forum…), ABAC, TNC, WWF, FAO, World Bank, will be invited to attend the dialogue and participate in the consultation and evaluation process.

Private sector and SMEs participation in the planning and implementation of the outcome of the project will also be sought.

Past EGILAT Project: The Importance of the issue of promoting legal trade in harvested wood products and strengthening supply chain connectivity is widely accepted by the various international fora and administrative frameworks. But there was less opportunity and networking and information for policy makers to be updated about practical knowledge and approaches on evidence-based deliberation.  As long as we referred to the history of past EGILAT project, this project will be the first APEC EGILAT project that mainly focuses on coherent combination of promoting legal trade in harvested wood products and strengthening supply chain connectivity, in the policy making and the implementation.

Sustainability

After the Dialogue takes place, the Project Organizers will work with consultants, speakers and participants to develop recommendations for concrete, future steps that are selected based on the input provided by the Dialogue. These recommendations will be sent to EGILAT, SMEWG by a representative from Viet Nam. EGILAT will consider and if possible, endorse the recommendations as well as the follow-up activities/initiatives developed from the Dialogue.

The Dialogue materials will be available for using by participants, economies, stakeholders and beneficiaries belong after the project has been completed, through its availability as a handout document and online are at no cost on the AIMP. In the short term, future actions on this area may lead to a development of a guidebook or reference toolkit on SMEs’ utilization of the combating illegal logging and associated trade. References, presentations, and recommendations from this Dialogue may form a good baseline for such guidebook and/or toolkit. Dialogue speakers and participants are also valuable resources to get inputs or experts for future surveys, questionnaires, field trips or other activities. It is also expected that the lessons and experiences from Dialogue will have positive impacts and enhance the development of SMEs from easier access to international markets through fostering trade in legally harvested wood products. To measure such impacts, questionnaires circulated to Dialogue participants will include a question on possible impact after the Dialogue. In addition, evaluation of participants’ understanding and impacts will be conducted by a post-event survey 1-2 months after completion of the Dialogue.

The outcomes and recommendations of this Dialogue may be used as the input for future projects/ studies in EGILAT, SMEWG.

Project Overseers

The Project Overseers will be: 

Mr. Tran Kim Long
Director General, International Cooperation Department,
Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of Viet Nam (MARD)
Tel:  +84-4-38434682      E-mail:  longtk.htqt@mard.gov.vn

Mr Tran Kim Long is Director General of International Cooperation Department, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of Viet Nam (MARD) since 2013 to present.

His responsibilities are for overall management of the ICD, which is the advisory and management unit to the MARD Minister on matters of international cooperation and international economic integration in the Agriculture and Rural Development Sector. Under his instruction and management, ICD takes the leading role in coordinating with donors and other relevant agencies and NGOs in preparing, negotiating and appraising ODA and FDI projects and programs in Vietnam’s ARD Sector.

Mr. Ta Quang Kien, contact responsible for project
Official, Global Integration and Foreign Investment Division,
International Cooperation Department (MARD) 
Tel:  +84-4-37330781       E-mail:  kientq.htqt@mard.gov.vn

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

APEC Funded Positions

Duties

Total Hours

Speakers

The Project Overseer seeks APEC funding to support 13 speakers in total for the two-day Dialogue.

Two-day

Researchers

Will be responsible for developing at least 2 case studies (conduct researches, collect, analyze and synthesize data). First component of this project. Each researcher will be contracted to undertake one case study. Duration for case study development is 3 months. Case studies have to be submitted to the organizers by the end of Jan 2017 at the latest (Lump sum: 10.000 USD for developing one case study).

3 months


Consultants

Consultant will work with speakers and discussants in drafting, revising and finalizing agenda; take notes; develop and finalize the report of the Dialogue with recommendations; work as a coordinator in all substantive matters, design the field trip (240 hours total)

240

Secretaries:

will assist consultant to organize the Dialogue (substance and paperwork) (560 hours total)

560

Short-term staffs (clerks/contractors)

will handle all logistics and most of administrative arrangements for the organization of the Dialogue (600 hours total)

600

Waivers

Waiver

Justification

Waiver for advance payment

Travel airfare, per diem for speakers, active participants - to encourage participation in the project; field trip/Site Visit to study on the best practice/ example model, it will enhance the participants to have further point of view and increase capacity.

Waiver to fund governmental officials from non-travel eligible member economies, non-APEC members and representatives of international organizations as speakers for airfare and per diem

Most of the time, even non-travel eligible member economies government officials are subject to budgetary constraints as such, withdrawal of commitment from the project is unavoidable.

Fund 11 speakers for the Dialogue

PO requests for funding of 11 speakers for both days. As the Dialogue will last for 2 days, 11 speakers are needed fund for whole two-day workshop. We need all speakers to stay until the end of Dialogue because they will contribute to the recommendations of Dialogue which is one of the most important outcomes of the project.

This request with justification will be sent to PD in charge during implementation process.

Contracts of researchers and consultants, secretarial and contractors

i) Roles and responsibilities of researchers and consultant are different. These persons are also differed in work duration and thus, cannot be putted a single contract.

ii) Project consultant and researchers work independently with close collaboration. From the nature of their work and for transparent purposes, it is reasonable to divide different contracts for these persons. It will also help to avoid burden to the consultant on financial and administrative work.

Translator and Interpreter

The case study and local presentations need to translate to English. These do not include the translation of final project reports and/or final outputs, associated equipment or any other expenses thereof.

The interpreters are using at the workshop to interpret for local participants. It would be encourage them to participate at the workshop and join all activities.

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