MedScapes Project – Deliverables


WP1 - Project Management and coordination
Kickoff meeting 
Detailed critical-path plan finalised during Kickoff meeting; revised start of Y2. 
Monitoring Plan for work packages (& monitoring tools) 
Project narrative & financial reports at middle and end of project plus certified expenditure verification audits in accordance with the project contract 
Management meeting reports based on minutes of SC meetings.
Six-month internal reports on the progress of each work package

WP2 - Communication, Visibility and Dissemination of Results
CVD Plan and Project Branding 
• 1600 visibility packs
Project website 
• 8 specific-stakeholder seminars (2 per country)1st Jordan
• 8 follow-on workshops with end-users
4 memoranda of agreement with end-users stakeholders
• 8 newsletters, distributed to a mailing list in 4 participating countries 1st, 2nd3rd4th5th6th7th8th
• At least 6 main press releases in each partner-country 1st, 2nd, 3rd4th5th, Doc
4 questionnaire surveys each with a country-report
1 combined project-level report documenting the impact of the CVD on specific and general stakeholders

WP3 – Capitalisation
Capitalisation Strategy document 
• Communication with at least 10 Med Basin/European/Middle East networks, organisations/programmes and collaboration on capitalisation with at least 3
Attend 2 European Landscape Conferences or other gatherings 
• Informal E. Mediterranean network established of landscape practitioners, academics and stakeholders
• At least 1 Memorandum of Understanding or other agreement with State or NGO bodies for using MedScapes results in their policy making process
• At least 2 universities (outside the PPs) incorporate the landscape Educational Materials into their programmes
Tertiary/adult educator training programme on LCA education approved for inclusion in the LLP Comenius/Grundtvig training database
• Final Project Conference in Jordan, Program, Presentations
• Capitalisation report

WP4 – Best Practice Methodology
1 Stakeholder Needs and Perceptions report 
• Scientific paper on BPM submitted to an international journal
• Best-practice Guide for LCA (BPM summary)

WP5 - LCA training and implementation
5-day LCA training programme 
• LC Maps, typologies and reports
• Distribution of LCA results to stakeholders

WP6 - Community participative process
HIMA training workshop in Lebanon 
• 8 rural communities take part in Hima- process (2 + per country)
• Hima Guideline Manual
• develop short documentary film on partner Hima case studies

WP7 - LCA Results Integration and RISK TOOL development
• One freeware DSS and associated User’s Manual
• 30 CD-ROMs of the DSS software and User’s Manual distributed

WP8 - Develop tertiary-level educational material
• Experts workshop
• Education Material Package
An online training package
• 60 professionals/postgrads/trainees trained in two training workshops