Sumatran Tiger is a project implemented under the framework of the UNDP Country Programme Action Plan (CPAP) 2011 – 2015 applying the National Implementation Modality (NIM), where the Ministry of Environment and Forestry act as the Implementing Partner. The Implementing Partner is responsible and accountable for managing the project – including the monitoring and evaluation of project interventions and achieving project outputs, and for the effective use of project resources.
The Directorate of Biodiversity Conservation under the DG of Natural Resources and Ecosystem Conservation (KSDAE), MoEF is the government institution responsible for the daily execution and coordination of the project. They work closely with relevant directorates within the DG of KSDAE, national park agencies and relevant BKSDA offices.
The Director of the Biodiversity Conservation Directorate serves as the National Project Director (NPD), is the MoEF focal point for the project. The NPD is responsible for providing government facilitation and guidance for project implementation.