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Dinira National Park is well conserved. Although certain problems threaten its ability to function as a protected area, the park also possesses important strengths and advantages that lessen the impact of these threats on its ecosystems' biological integrity. One of these strengths is the design of its borders that exclude major population centers; another is the fact that there are no major access routes. In addition, the park guard stations will help management. Its major weakness is lack of personnel and lack of institutional presence, which in turn make minor problems worse. Luckily, resolving the personnel problem has a simple solution; nonetheless, administrative complications, INPARQUES' budget crisis, and the absence of park regulations makes Dinira vulnerable to the remaining threats it faces.

 

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