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Milne Bay Community-based Marine and Coastal and Marine Conservation Project

Graham B. K. Baines

Milne Bay Community-based Marine and Coastal and Marine Conservation Project

terminal evaluation of Phase 1

by Graham B. K. Baines

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Published by United Nations Development Programme in Papua New Guinea .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coastal zone management,
  • Coastal ecology

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMBCBM & CBP terminal evaluation report
    StatementGraham Baines, John Duguman, Peter Johnston
    ContributionsDuguman, John, Johnston, Peter
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH198.P43 B35 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 46 p. :
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24913460M
    LC Control Number2009512966

      The outcome was that the communities have proposed establishing five community-based marine conservation areas, consistent with many of our scientific guidelines — particularly protecting key habitats for focal fisheries and rare and threatened species, such as nesting and feeding areas for seabirds and turtles. 2. Increase programmatic and financial support for community-based marine management from the. Milne Bay Provincial Government. The increased commitment of the Government of Milne Bay for. community-based management has been demonstrated in several ways. The Governor of Milne Bay. provided ECA with an office space at a highly discounted rate.

    Moreover, the Milne Bay governor wanted CI out of his province immediately and was calling for a forensic audit of what he called “the grossly misnomered” Milne Bay Community Based Coastal and. primary focus of the project was bêche-de-mer, the community-based management arrangements had to be inclusive of other living marine resources. The community selected to undertake the project was Obulaku village on Kiriwina Island in the Trobriand Islands. The Trobriand Islands are located off the eastern coast of Papua New Guinea in Milne Bay.

    Blue Parks are outstanding marine protected areas that safeguard ocean wildlife. Blue Park Awards incentivize effective science-based marine conservation, and the growing network of Blue Parks brings us closer to our goal of strong protection for 30% of the ecosystems in each marine biogeographic region of the world’s ocean by a component of the Milne Bay Community-Based Coastal and Marine Conservation Project (MBCP), which had been conceived as a reincarnation of the earlier Biodiversity Conservation and Resource Management Program in a coastal and marine setting (van Helden ). The new project, like its predecessor, would be funded by the Global.


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Milne Bay Community-based Marine and Coastal and Marine Conservation Project by Graham B. K. Baines Download PDF EPUB FB2

Conservation (CI) CBC&MC Community-Based Coastal and Marine Conservation in Milne Bay Province CELCOR Centre for Environmental Law and Community Rights, Inc. (PNG) CI Conservation International CI-HQ Conservation International Headquarters (Washington, D.C., USA) CLD Community Livelihood and Development CMMA Community Managed Marine Area.

Community-based Coastal and Marine Conservation in the Milne Bay Province Project Summary The project will develop participatory management processes that protects a sample of Milne Bay coastal marine biodiversity in three designated zones that are representative of the ecosystems and social settings in the Milne Bay Province.

Community-based Coastal and Marine Conservation in Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea Country: PAPUA NEW GUINEA Project Overview The project is a ten year intervention, divided into two phases with three different geographic zone areas.

It started in and has a focus on mitigating the threats to marine biodiversity through the establishment of community managed protected areas.

With a budget of nearly seven million dollars (Government of Papua New Guinea, n.d.), 16 the Milne Bay Project was perhaps one of the largest marine conservation projects to date (Kinch, Author: Jeff Kinch.

Marine Protected Areas/Locally Managed Marine Areas Establishment in zone 1. The idea of setting up MPAs has already been stated in output 2. The project also seeks to provide options where by local communities benefit from these in terms of food security and income source.

A stand out benefit that communities could get is through dive tourism. The engagement process is a fundamental component of the UNDP-funded Milne Bay Community-based Coastal and Marine Conservation Project, which is executed by Conservation International.

The project’s objective is to set up community-managed marine protected areas in collaboration with local communities to conserve a representative sample of marine ecosystems found in the project. Milne Bay Provincial Government; and the Government of Papua New Guinea.

NETULI ISLAND COMMUNITY OPTIONS PAPER 3/23/ Milne Bay Community-based Coastal and Marine Conservation Project 2.

Key Stakeholders: Countries: PAPUA NEW GUINEA: Comments: Final External Independent Evaluation of Phase 1 of Milne Bay Community-based Coastal and Marine Conservation Project was sucessfully completed in July practice by looking at the case of a marine conservation programme in Papua New Guinea.

The Milne Bay Community-based Coastal and Marine Conservation programme (CMCP) constitutes an inter-esting case study as it illustrates how, over the life of the project, the project team was forced to shift its focus from the biodiversity that. MPA & LMMA in Milne Bay Province Coastal and Marine This report provides some of the thoughts or points to consider in setting up MPAs (marine protected areas) and LMMAs (locally managed marine areas) with the local communities in Milne Bay Province.

84 UNDP, ‘Final Evaluation of the Milne Bay Community-based Coastal and Marine Conservation’, Global Environment Facility, C H A P T.

The second phase (due for completion in ) will focus on community-based assessments in one of the case study areas. This second phase is an integral component of the Milne Bay Community-Based Coastal and Marine Conservation Project (MBCP), which is being implemented by UNDP and executed by Conservation International.

Baines, G. Duguman J and P. Johnston. Evaluation of Milne Bay Community-based Marine and Coastal and Marine Conservation Project - Terminal Evaluation of Phase I. Baines, G. P Hunnam, MJ Rivers and B. Watson. South Pacific Biodiversity Conservation Programme (SPBCP) Terminal Evaluation Mission Final Report.

UNDP. marine conservation in Papua New Guinea Photo: USAID CTSP / Tory Read “Wiyaloki was doing their own management long before CI came to them.” — George Aigoma, CI The ideas behind community-based resource management are not new to the Kisakisa clan, owners of Wiyaloki Island in Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea.

Sincematriarch. The book concludes with a synthesis of the major challenges for conservation and strategies for the book is intended for undergraduates and graduates taking courses in coastal and marine conservation and management, as well as for those actively engaged in coastal-marine conservation Cited by:   Pacific-American Climate Fund, Conservation International: Spreading the Reach of Community-Based Marine Management in Milne Bay.

Fact Sheet, USAID, Manila. Google ScholarAuthor: David K. Mitchell, George Aigoma. Following this, Jeff was involved in the development and initial implementation of the United Nations Development Program’s ‘Milne Bay Community-based Coastal and Marine Conservation Program’ before moving to Fiji in to work as the Community Development Specialist with the Foundation of the Peoples of the South Pacific International.

Conservation Program (MBP) and the Social Evaluation Study (SES) Introduction. Before making a commitment to a given area, programs such as the Milne Bay Community-based Coastal and Marine Conservation Program (MBP) must collect information on local institutions, community history, social and political structures, and opportunities for, and.

This marine assessment surveys the coral reefs of Papua New Guinea's Milne Bay Province, which plays an integral role in sustaining coastal communities and represents an important component of the nation's rich natural heritage. Until recently, this environment was under minimal stress, threatened only by a small human population.

Community-based Coastal and Marine Conservation in the Milne Bay Province Papua New Guinea UNDP Conservation And Sustainable Use of. The Milne Bay Community-based Coastal and Marine Conservation Project was largely funded through the Global Environment Facility, the birth-right given to the People of Milne Bay, under the Biodiversity Convention, created in Rio de Janeiro Objectives.

To support community-led, ecosystem-based adaptation and to improve sustainable fisheries management through local interactive visual materials and community action planning.

Project Summary. Local food security and community health depends on the Milne Bay ecosystem, which contains 32 percent of PNG’s highly biodiverse coral reefs. However, this globally important .Milne Bay is the largest maritime province and contains the most abundant coral reefs.

There are a few mining and oil palm projects in the area, but most of the people are subsistence farmers and fishers. community education in conjunction with the marine conservation project; Implementation of Marine Protected Areas: Community-based.