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Vanuatu
Biodiversity
International Waters
Land Degradation
48,274.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP5/Yr1/CORE/LD/11/07
Vanuatu high volcanic islands are faced with increasing urban and agricultural development pressure that the native forest areas are removed extensively that local community catchment areas are facing high sedimentation. This is no exception to the ( ... )
Vanuatu
CapDev
Land Degradation
42,553.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP5/Yr1/CORE/LD/11/03
The Vanuatu islands formed a total land mass of 12,336 square km provided for 80% of the Vanuatu population for subsistence lifestyle for their daily livelihood. With a rapid increasing human Population on small island, arable land are becoming ( ... )
Vanuatu
Climate Change Mitigation
49,500.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/CORE/Yr3/11/18
The project will promote the development of renewable energy using Bio mass gasifier to generate electricity to help local communities farmers to improve market for their local produce through production of value added products that meets market ( ... )
Vanuatu
International Waters
36,590.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/CORE/YR3/10/15
The Point Cross community has depended on a gravity fed water supply drawn from the forested upland area water source and drawn down about five (5) kilometers into two storage tanks, then supplied to the villages households. The water was supplied ( ... )
Vanuatu
Community Based Adaptation
Biodiversity
Land Degradation
38,720.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/CORE/Yr3/09/11
The major islands in Vanuatu are steep and volcanic. 80% of Vanuatu population living in the rural areas and engaging in subsistence gardening. With increasing population and market demand for agricultural crops the high steep slope areas are ( ... )
Vanuatu
Biodiversity
50,000.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/CORE/Yr3/10/13
Vathe Conservation Area in Santo Island in Vanuatu, covering an area of 2,500ha lowland forest provides habitat for a diversity of wildlife, including six of Vanuatu’s nine endemic bird species, one globally endangered species,and three vulnerable ( ... )
Vanuatu
Multifocal Area
Biodiversity
2,500.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/CORE/10/14
South Pentecost’s Land and Environment have provided sustenance and shelter to the people and animals of south Pentecost thousands of years. The spiritual and emotional links between the people and the environment, fish, birds, trees, animals ( ... )
Vanuatu
Biodiversity
21,427.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/NZAID/10/10
Lapo Village is one of six coastal communities situated in South West Bay (SWB), Malekula, Vanuatu. Malekula is the most populated and culturally diverse island in the nation, home to a rich array of marine and terrestrial flora and fauna including ( ... )
Vanuatu
Land Degradation
2,500.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/CORE/Yr2/08/07
The islands of Vanuatu are young steep volcanic islands with fertile soft ash soil that are vulnerable to tropical leaching and nutrient loss. The Ambae Island with a high population pressure result slopes and steep terrain are cultivated for ( ... )
Vanuatu
Multifocal Area
Biodiversity
12,910.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/NZAID/09/02
On smaller coralline islands in Vanuatu like Aniwa with the a population of 500 people living on the island had pressure on environmental resources. The increase harvesting of native forest vegetation for feul wood, ornamenta, settlement ( ... )
Vanuatu
Biodiversity
12,536.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/CORE/08/03
One of the major threats to Biodiversity in Vanuatu is the loss of native low land forest to the creation of large agricultural plantations. The Lamap community and other nearby villagers are within some of the large agricultural plantations. ( ... )
Vanuatu
Climate Change Mitigation
37,630.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/CORE/YR2/08/06
Akhamb island facing coastal erosion from sea level rise as a result of climate change. The project will implement the community climate change education strategy for Akhamb Island. The lack of the island management of disposal of waste including ( ... )
Vanuatu
Biodiversity
2,500.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/CORE/YR2/08/08
Efate Island coastal resources are facing degradation due to increasing urban poor planning development. The obvoius detrminets are the siltation in the lagoons and coral reefs resulting algal blooms, removal of mangrove habitats for tourism ( ... )
Vanuatu
Biodiversity
37,090.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/NZAID/Yr2/09/09
MOA yet under processed The coconut crab resources in TORBA and PENAMA Provinces are major income sources for the remote local communities and households. About 40,000USD generated on annual base for the TORBA province and 700 USD for PENAMA ( ... )
Vanuatu
Multifocal Area
24,355.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/CORE/Yr2/08/04
Crab Bay marine resources were overharvested by local villagers for subsitence needs including women earning family cash from sale of land crabs daily at the local market. Due to deline of target community fisheries resources, the community leaders ( ... )
Vanuatu
Multifocal Area
Biodiversity
41,400.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/CORE/09/05
The Species Birgus latro (giant Coconut crab) is an IUCN listed endangered species that is subject to over exploitation in Vanuatu. Some viable stocks identified in Sanma province are also vulnerable to over harvesting with the increasing demand ( ... )
Vanuatu
Community Based Adaptation
Biodiversity
International Waters
29,114.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/CORE/2008/02
The hardship for securing acessible water in small Islands community for domestic use such as the Ekipe community, becomes a detriments to surrounding environment including salt water reef areas environment that are use for daily domestic wash and ( ... )
Vanuatu
Biodiversity
25,948.00
Project Number:   VUT/SGP/OP4/CORE/2008/01
The Vanuatu coral Reef, a vital ecosystem for 80 % population living in subistence lifestyles is threatend by increasing human activities, impacts of Climate change and tectonic movements, that result mortality of coral reef over large areas. The ( ... )
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