Large Grant Facilities

Large Grant Facilities are a form of MFF project funding that was implemented between 2008-2011. Beginning late 2012, only Medium projects (referring to grant amount) will be implemented. On this page, MFF presents the Large Grant Facilities implemented during MFF's earlier days (with a higher limit of grant funding upto USD300,000).

 

 

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12 TH TrangMFF Siriporn

Ecosystem-based integrated coastal resource management through multi-stakeholder participation in Southern Thailand

Location: Tambon Tha Sala, Amphoe Tha Sala, Nakhonsithammarat; and Tambon Kho-Libong, Amphoe Kantang, Trang

Duration: 1st Sep 2009 to 31st Aug 2011

MFF Grant Amount: USD300,000

Topics: Integrated Coastal Planning, Community Resilence, Civil Society Engagement

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Promoting community participation in integrated coastal management in the North Western Province of Sri Lanka

Location: The project was implemented in over 50 coastal villages, in nine coastal Divisional Secretariat Divisions in Puttalam District, in the North Western Province of Sri Lanka

Duration: 1st Jan 2010 to 1st Aug 2011

MFF Grant Amount: USD 259,354.70

Topics: Strategies for Management, Sustainable Livelihoods

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Increasing the resilience of coastal and riverine communities to climate change and other threats, by conserving the ecosystems of the Maya Oya and associated coastal wetlands in Sri Lanka

Location: Negombo and Katana DS Divisions in the Gampaha District (Western Province) and Wennappuwa and Dankotuwa DS Divisions in the Puttalam District in the North-Western Province, Sri Lanka

Duration: 1st Sep 2009 to 30th Nov 2011

MFF Grant Amount: USD 151,895

Topics: Knowledge for Management, Reef to Ridge, Economic Valuation, Capacity Building, Civil Society Engagement, Integrated Coastal Planning, Strategies for Management

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Reversing environmental damage through community focused sustainable livelihoods in Ban Don Bay, Surat Thani Province, Southern Thailand

Location: Surat Thani, Southern Thailand

Duration: 16th Apr 2009 to 30th Sep 2011

MFF Grant Amount: USD300,000

Topics: Strategies for Management, Coastal Governance, Capacity Building

Replanting of Mangrove in LGF Activity

Community-based environmental coastal management in Demak, Province of Central Java

Location: Four villages (Sriwulan, Bedono, Timbulsloko, Surodadi) of the District Kacamatan of Sayung, the Regency of Demak, the Province of Central Java

Duration: 1st Nov 2011 to 30th Oct 2013

MFF Grant Amount: USD240,000

Topics: Strategies for Management, Reef to Ridge, Economic Valuation, Civil Society Engagement, Sustainable Livelihoods, Community Resilence

Sunset in Sundarban

Alternative livelihood options for vulnerable mangrove resources in the Sundarbans Tiger Reserve

Location: Sundarban Biosphere Reserve, West Bengal, India

Duration: 16th Nov 2011 to 15th Nov 2013

MFF Grant Amount: USD 299,600

Topics: Management Assessment and Monitoring, Community Resilence, Strategies for Management

Community member in Takamaka district discusses development impacts in a meeting organised ny the Large project grantees 29052012

Coastal development and ecosystem modelling as a tool to enable improved local and national policy and decision-making processes

Location: Beau Vallon Baie, Mahe; Anse Intendance, Mahe; North Island; Denis Island

Duration: 1st Aug 2010 to 30th Jul 2012

MFF Grant Amount: USD200,000

Topics: Knowledge for Management, Economic Valuation, Civil Society Engagement, Integrated Coastal Planning, Management Assessment and Monitoring, Private sector partnerships, Knowledge management and communications

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Enhancing community and island ecosystem resilience through innovative technology and food security

Location: Baa Atoll - five islands in the North Province of the Republic of Maldives: Kudarilkilu, Kamadhoo, Kilhahdoo, Dharavandhoo and Maalhos

Duration: 5th May 2010 to 30th Apr 2012

MFF Grant Amount: USD284,265

Topics: Reef to Ridge, Civil Society Engagement, Sustainable Livelihoods, Climate change, Gender equality

PoW 13 Contributing to marine protected Areas

Evaluating and improving the management effectiveness of Thailand's marine and coastal protected areas

Location: 21 Marine protected areas in the coasts of Andaman Sea, Western Gulf of Thailand, and Eastern Gulf of Thailand

Duration: 27th Apr 2010 to 27th Apr 2012

MFF Grant Amount: USD280,000

Topics: Marine Protected Areas, Management Assessment and Monitoring, Strategies for Management

PoW 6 Promoting civil society engagement

Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources Management Network through Community-based Learning Centers in Six Sub-districts of Trat Province, Thailand

Location: Muang and Laem Ngob districts, Trat province

Duration: 1st Jun 2011 to 30th Nov 2012

MFF Grant Amount: USD149,985

Topics: Capacity Building, Civil Society Engagement, Strategies for Management, Economic Valuation, Sustainable Livelihoods, Community Resilence, Financing Coastal Conservation, Capacity development

10 Projects

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No. Name Location Countries Start End Amount Type Status
1 Alternative livelihood options for vulnerable mangrove resources in the Sundarbans Tiger Reserve Sundarban Biosphere Reserve, West Bengal, India India 2011-11-16 2013-11-15 USD 299,600 LG Completed
2 Coastal development and ecosystem modelling as a tool to enable improved local and national policy and decision-making processes Beau Vallon Baie, Mahe; Anse Intendance, Mahe; North Island; Denis Island Seychelles 2010-08-01 2012-07-30 USD200,000 LG Completed
3 Community-based environmental coastal management in Demak, Province of Central Java Four villages (Sriwulan, Bedono, Timbulsloko, Surodadi) of the District Kacamatan of Sayung, the Regency of Demak, the Province of Central Java Indonesia 2011-11-01 2013-10-30 USD240,000 LG Completed
4 Ecosystem-based integrated coastal resource management through multi-stakeholder participation in Southern Thailand Tambon Tha Sala, Amphoe Tha Sala, Nakhonsithammarat; and Tambon Kho-Libong, Amphoe Kantang, Trang Thailand 2009-09-01 2011-08-31 USD300,000 LG Completed
5 Enhancing community and island ecosystem resilience through innovative technology and food security Baa Atoll - five islands in the North Province of the Republic of Maldives: Kudarilkilu, Kamadhoo, Kilhahdoo, Dharavandhoo and Maalhos Maldives 2010-05-05 2012-04-30 USD284,265 LG Completed
6 Evaluating and improving the management effectiveness of Thailand's marine and coastal protected areas 21 Marine protected areas in the coasts of Andaman Sea, Western Gulf of Thailand, and Eastern Gulf of Thailand Thailand 2010-04-27 2012-04-27 USD280,000 LG Completed
7 Increasing the resilience of coastal and riverine communities to climate change and other threats, by conserving the ecosystems of the Maya Oya and associated coastal wetlands in Sri Lanka Negombo and Katana DS Divisions in the Gampaha District (Western Province) and Wennappuwa and Dankotuwa DS Divisions in the Puttalam District in the North-Western Province, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2009-09-01 2011-11-30 USD 151,895 LG Completed
8 Promoting community participation in integrated coastal management in the North Western Province of Sri Lanka The project was implemented in over 50 coastal villages, in nine coastal Divisional Secretariat Divisions in Puttalam District, in the North Western Province of Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2010-01-01 2011-08-01 USD 259,354.70 LG Completed
9 Reversing environmental damage through community focused sustainable livelihoods in Ban Don Bay, Surat Thani Province, Southern Thailand Surat Thani, Southern Thailand Thailand 2009-04-16 2011-09-30 USD300,000 LG Completed
10 Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources Management Network through Community-based Learning Centers in Six Sub-districts of Trat Province, Thailand Muang and Laem Ngob districts, Trat province Thailand 2011-06-01 2012-11-30 USD149,985 LG Completed