Supporting the Sustainable Livelihood of Local Inshore Fishing Communities via Sustainable Indigenous Fisheries While Promoting the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Fishery and Mangrove Ecosystem Biodiversity-Moving from Critical Awareness to Remedial Action
- Community surveilance of coastal areas
- Estabklishing mechanism's and approcahes to cooperate effectively in ensuring long term surveilence, monitoring and enforcement activities
- Undertake initiatives to prevent pollution and improve conditions
- Alerting and reporting on the sources and types of river pollution
- Establishing mechanisms for further cooperation and collaboration to ensure effective monitoring and enforcement activities are sustained in the long run
- Strengthening the alliances built with other local community groups in the area
- increase the number of eco-rangers
- Monitoring the quality of the river over time and document changes to capture the experienecs and lessons learnt.
- Overseeing and monitoring the replanrted mangrove areas
- Publicise the success of mangrove forests regeneration and the remergence of biodiversity in the area
Loading map...

Project Snapshot

Country: Malaysia
Area Of Work: Biodiversity
Operational Phase: Phase 2
Grant Amount: US$ 50,000.00
Co-Financing Cash: US$ 13,262.00
Co-Financing in-Kind: US$ 55,968.00
Project Number: MAL/04/FP-12/47
Start Date: 8/2004
End Date: 2/2006
Status: Satisfactorily Completed
Project Characteristics and Results
+ View more