According to ADB website, the project intends to improve the management, sustainability, and resilience of marine protected areas in the Coral Triangle region, home to the highest coral diversity in the world. It will strengthen the capacity of coastal communities and institutions to manage coral reef resources and associated ecosystems. It will also support sustainable marine-based livelihoods.
The project will enable coastal communities, and the institutions that support them, to manage coral reef resources, and associated ecosystems and biodiversity in a sustainable manner for increasing the economic and social welfare of coastal communities. COREMAP-CTI will support the government's sector development plan and national targets for establishing effective Marine Protected Areas.
Global Environment Facility Grant - US$ 8.0 million
Loan Ordinary capital resources - US$ 45.52
Project Officer: Lawira, Helena
Southeast Asia Department
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