COVID-19 Messaging Quality & Consistency
The local community supporting community conservation areas within remote communities are often not well reached with information on the Covid 19 pandemic. Although Vanuatu is yet in semi locked down while it is allowing repatriation of citizens from nearby countries, and with the increasing cases in nearby countries in Fiji, Australia and New Zealand, the population remain at higher risk. The project is to provide training for local community trainers in particular those based in the local communities to become educators for the local indigenous communities working with community conservation to ensure their safety is practiced in the time of pandemic to restrict cases of community transmission.
Further Arts Nesar Studio
Area Of Work:
OP6 –Y7 (Jul 21-Jun 22)
Currently under execution
Project Characteristics and Results
Inovative Financial Mechanisms
A lessons learnt documentation of the project will be shared amongst stakeholders best practices generation.
The project is implementing the National Biodiversity strategy in protecting the Indigenous people and their culture to the preservation of biodiversity through applying measures to ensure the indigenous communities living with conservation areas are aware of the COVID 19 pandemic and are taking measures to protecting themselves.
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Number of indigenous people participated/involved in SGP project 700