Mangrove rehabilitation site at Deaga Village, Deaga Village, Bolaang Mongondow Selatan District, North Sulawesi Province © MFF IUCN
Deaga village has two main mangrove ecosystem clumps, dominated by wooden mangrove and nypah. Stable coastal areas and relatively low disturbance have been resulted in the good development of mangrove belt along coastal and river bank areas.
It is identified a total of 168 ha of mangrove ecosystems in Deaga village, consist of 168 ha mangrove areas and 62 ha of high density nypah. Only small areas remained suitably for rehabilitation programme.
Fishing families in Deaga village.
- Climate change and disaster risk reduction
6,300 mangrove and 2,100 Terminalia cattapa seedlings were planted to rehabilitate 1 ha of mangrove and coastal areas.
- Gender equality
Two-day training on the production of sugar from Nypa tree, participated by 80 members. Prior to the training, intensive discussions were held with women's groups to provide introductory knowledge on the steps needed to be taken on sugar production from Nypa tree as well as the need to protect Nypa trees to ensure the sustainable supply.
Deaga Village, Bolaang Mongondow Selatan District, North Sulawesi Province
6th May 2014 to 5th May 2015
Daseng Lolaro, Desa Tiwoho, Kec. Wori., Kab. Minahasa Utara – North Sulawesi Province
Contact person: Mr Temy Adtya, Programme Coordinator
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