Evaluation of the Habitat Conservation Partnerships Program: Appendix D

Summary of findings

Criteria Ratings
Relevance criteria
Continued need for the program Expectations met
Alignment with federal government priorities Expectations met
Consistency with federal roles and responsibilities Expectations met
Expected results
Land securement: the extent to which land has been secured (acquired or has come under protection) Expectations met
Habitat management and stewardship: The extent to which:
  • wildlife habitats are conserved through stewardship actions and managed sustainably through the creation, improvement, maintenance and management of wetland habitat
  • the program components, industry and organizations build and implement standards, guidelines and best practices to maintain and improve habitat
Expectations met
Participation and engagement:  the extent to which target audiences participate and engage in conservation-related activities and are aware of conservation issues Further work required
Program efficiency
The extent to which the program’s cluster design is appropriate Expectations met
The extent to which the governance structure is clear, appropriate and efficient Further work required
The extent to which program delivery is efficient and economical Expectations met
The extent to which performance data is collected Further work required
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