Support to OneMap Myanmar

In collaboration with CDE Myanmar, HAFL carries out a scenario analysis to test various political regimes and their potential outcomes on ecosystem services in Tanintharyi Region. The analysis will result in a peer-reviewed publication.


  • Lead school School of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences
  • Institute Multifunctional Forest Management
    HAFL Institut Hugo P. Cecchini
  • Research unit Forest Policy and International Forest Management
  • Funding organisation Others
  • Duration 01.03.2021 - 31.12.2021
  • Project management Dr. Mélanie Feurer
  • Head of project Dr. Mélanie Feurer
  • Project staff Dr. Mélanie Feurer
  • Partner CDE - Centre for Development and Environment


During Mélanie Feurer's PhD, she developed ecosystem service models for one of the target areas of the OneMap Myanmar project. Unfortunately, after a military coup in the country the project had to phase out early and therefore aimed to finalize more outreach materials. In order to make further use of the previously developed models and account for the current conflict in Myanmar, it was decided to apply the models for a political scenario analysis to determine potential outcomes for nature and people in Tanintharyi.


The project will result in one peer-reviewed publication. The manuscript is planned to be submitted by the end of March 2022.

This project contributes to the following SDGs

  • 15: Life on land