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10.

Rainforests of the Atsinanana (Madagascar) (N 1257)

Year of inscription on the World Heritage List
2007
Criteria
(ix) (x)
Year(s) of inscription on the List of World Heritage in Danger
2010
Threats for which the property was inscribed on the List of World Heritage in Danger
a)
Illegal logging of precious wood species(ebony and rosewood)
b)
Secundary impacts of the illegal logging
c)
Poaching of endangered lemurs
Desired state of conservation for the removal of the property from the List of World Heritage in Danger
A Desired state of conservation has not yet been set.
Corrective measures identified
Corrective measures will be indentified together with the State Party by the World Heritage Centre/IUCN
monitoring mission (planned for May 2011) .
Timeframe for the implementation of the corrective measures
No timeframe has been set so far.
Previous Committee Decisions
31 COM 8B.9; 33 COM 7B.147, 34 COM 7B.2, 34 COM 15.2
International Assistance
Total amount provided to the property: 2010: USD 100,000 for Conservation and Management Support approved
by the Committee.
UNESCO extra-budgetary funds
Total amount provided to the property: 2005-2007: USD 1,140,000 and 2007-2009: USD 750,000 for the
Preparation of the nomination file and development of certain management tools supported through the
Madagascar World Heritage programme, with funding from the United Nations Foundation, Conservation
International and the Nordic World Heritage Foundation.
Previous monitoring missions
None
Factors affecting the property identified in previous reports
a)
Encroachment;
b)
Fire;
c)
Hunting and poaching;
d)
Artisanal mining;
e)
Illegal logging;
Illustrative material
http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/1257

Current conservation issues
On 12 February 2011, a report on the state of conservation of the property was submitted by
the State Party. This report contains information on the status of illegal logging of rosewood
(Dalbergia) and ebony (Diospyros) species in Masoala and Marojejy National Parks, two
components of this serial property consisting of 6 National Parks, but provides limited data
on the direct and indirect impacts of the illegal logging crisis on the property’s outstanding
universal value (OUV), including lemur populations. The World Heritage Centre and IUCN
recall that the Committee inscribed the property on the List of World Heritage in Danger at its
34th session (Brasilia, 2010), following a dramatic increase in illegal logging within the above

State of conservation of World Heritage properties
inscribed on the List of World Heritage in Danger

WHC-11/35.COM/7A.Add, p. 29