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Vanuatu
Biodiversity
International Waters
28,000.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP6/Yr6/CORE/IW/20/14
Vanuatu lowland areas including beaches and littoral vegetation are loss increasing sea level rise and coastline erosion threatening their livelihoods and reducing critical ecosystem functions such as beaches and seagrass beds and coral reef that ( ... )
Vanuatu
Biodiversity
25,000.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP6/Yr6/CORE/BD/20/08
The endemic bird, white Collared Petrel population are found roosting on higher montane areas above 800m above sea level in Tanna and Futuna. Wth the increasing population living in villages surrounding the montane area of Toukousmera people eat ( ... )
Vanuatu
CapDev
Land Degradation
49,200.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP5/Core/BD/19/07
The modification of natural forest in small isalnds for subistence agriculture and village settlements expansion, compouned by destructive cyclones are threats to local endemic birds survival in small isalnds. Hwever the limited understadning on ( ... )
Vanuatu
Land Degradation
18,960.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP5/STAR/LD/20/09 - recoded
The open grass land in much of Tanna is a result of modification of natural forest to agriculture, and further the natural revegetation was suppressed by the Active volcano acidic ash fall which make the land vulnerable to loose productivity to ( ... )
Vanuatu
Land Degradation
40,000.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP6/Yr5/CORE/LD/20/06
The Project to be located on the Shepherds islands of Tongariki, Buniga, Makira, Mataso and Tongoa to raise poultry in small areas that will contribute to the food and livelihood security of households and manage soil erosion. As well as improve ( ... )
Vanuatu
International Waters
Land Degradation
Chemicals
42,284.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP5/STAR/CHEM/19/04
Like most capital cities across the Pacific, Port Vila is undergoing rapid population growth (2.5% annual growth), leading to increased population density. This has in turn led to an increase in the amount of waste produced, an increase not matched ( ... )
Vanuatu
Biodiversity
38,000.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP5/STAR/BD/19/05
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