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Working together to build MPAs for long-term marine resources management

24 Apr 2017

Country: Asia Region, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Pakistan

Topic: Management Assessment and Monitoring, Marine Protected Areas, Sustainable Livelihoods

Our oceans and wetlands are crucial for our survival. Mangrove forests, for example, sequester massive amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and protect coastal communities from cyclone storm surges, while coastal wetlands and coral reefs pro...    

Nature: the decisive solution for the climate change crisis

Bangkok, Thailand 11 Jan 2017

Country: Asia Region, Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Pakistan, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Viet Nam

Topic: Capacity development, Climate change, Coastal Governance ...

This blog, published in Thomson Reuters Foundation News, highlights how MFF harnesses the natural functions of ecosystems and women’s strength in resource management to bring about better solutions to climate change mitigation and adaptation.    

A look back at 2016: Coastal conservation in Asia

Bangkok, Thailand 31 Jan 2017

Country: Asia Region, Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Pakistan, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Viet Nam

Topic: Capacity Building, Capacity development, Civil Society Engagement ...

Through Mangroves for the Future (MFF), coastal conservation in Asia will enter the new year with renewed optimism after making significant progress towards sustainable development in 2016.    

Featured Projects

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Sustainability of Pyinbugyi Village Tract’s Ecosystem through Community Based Mangroves Conservation and Coastal Bank Protection

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Location: Pyinbubyi Village Tract, Palaw Township, Dawei District, Tanintharyi Region, Myanmar

Topics: Capacity Building , Climate change , Community Resilence

MFF Grant Amount: MMK 31,185,000    


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Fifth Postgraduate Certificate Course on Integrated Coastal Management

Bangkok, Thailand 8 Jun - 29 Jul 2015

Mangroves for the Future Initiative (MFF) in partnership with the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), will offer the 5th Postgraduate Certificate Course on Integrated Coastal Management (ICM) from 8th June to 29 July 20...    

Applying gender integrated planning in the MFF Programme (MFF internal training workshop)

Asia Region 20 Apr - 24 Apr 2015

As part of its resilience approach to coastal management, MFF strongly focuses on gender responsive project planning. All members of the MFF implementation team are expected to be knowledgeable and skilled in the gender ...    

Road to Resilience: Developing a conceptual framework for MFF

Bangkok, Thailand 18 Mar - 20 Mar 2013

The workshop aims to develop categories for building resilience, particularly a draft resilience framework in the context of the MFF project objectives. Countries will prepare specific follow-up plans to act as a road m...    

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Landmark agreement signed between IUCN and the government of Myanmar in the dawning of a new democratic era

Bangkok, Thailand 31 Mar 2016

Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, 31 March 2016 — A Host Country Agreement (HCA) to establish an IUCN Office in Myanmar was signed by IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature, and the government of the Republic of the Un...    

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