Grants

Welcome to the MFF Grants page. MFF invests directly in coastal ecosystems through on-the-ground projects. Several types of projects are used to channel MFF activities. Since 2008, both small-scale and larger projects have been implemented in the member countries. From 2012, regional projects have been introduced as a way of addressing topics relevant to the whole MFF Region.  

Small Grant Facility (SGF) 
SGF Projects are the mechanism through which funds are provided for small-scale projects. Each member country receives funds to establish a Small Grant Facility to deliver projects under two categories: less than US$10,000, and between US$10,000 to US$25,000. MFF also encourages co-financing of these projects, especially by the private sector.

Small Grant Facility projects are important for supporting local action in the form of community-based project activities. The National Coordinating Body (NCB) in each country has full ownership of the Small Grant Facility. The NCB calls for proposals and selects the projects for funding. The projects themselves are managed for each NCB by the country office of IUCN or UNDP.

Between 2008 and 2011, more than 80 Small Grant Facility projects were implemented across the MFF region. These focused primarily on supporting NGOs and community-based organizations working to meet the needs of coastal communities. By linking these projects to government agencies, much interest has been generated among officials in scaling up their learning to other agencies and to policy makers. For example, the research-oriented projects in India have encouraged the Ministry of Environment and Forests to provide funds to build upon MFF’s work.

Medium Grant Facility (MGF)
Medium projects were introduced at the 7th meeting of the MFF Regional Steering Committee held in November, 2010. The budget range for medium projects is USD 50,000-100,000. These  projects go through a multiple-stage approval process. Following the NCB call for proposals and preliminary review, the project proponents may refine or adjust their proposals. Once the NCB endorses a proposal, it is forwarded to the MFF Secretariat for the second stage of evaluation.

MFF Medium Projects will follow from the priorities identified in the National Strategy and Action Plan (NSAP) prepared by each MFF Focal Country, and will commence in late 2012.

Large Grant Facility (LGF)
The budget range for large projects is upto USD 300,000. MFF Large projects were implemented between 2008-2011. Beginning late 2012, only Medium projects (referring to grant amount) will be implemented. MFF is currently documenting lessons learned from the Large Projects implemented during MFF's earlier days (with a higher limit of grant funding upto USD300,000).

Regional Initiatives

MFF regional projects span several countries to consolidate existing knowledge on best practices in coastal resource management and to conduct research onemerging issues to acquire new knowledge. Each regional project has the direct support of at least three MFF member countries, with a strong leading partner organization selected from MFF’s core institutional partners.

To emphasize the strength of MFF as a regional initiative, the Regional Steering Committee recognized the value of implementing projects that bring together at least two member countries and one core institutional partner. Four projects, to be implemented with MFF's core insitutional partners UNEP and FAO, will span topics around mangrove conservation; community resilience; governance in small island communities; and responsible diving. The National Coordinating Bodies of India and Sri Lanka will also lead a regional study about the conservation of living resources in the Gulf of Mannar.

 

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Related Documents

Annexes to MFF Grant Facility Guidelines (MSWord)

Including templates for Concept Notes

Author: MFF

Publisher: MFF

Posted on: 29th Oct 2015

Category: SGF (Small Grant Facility)

Size: 2.1 MB

Mangroves for the Future Guidelines for Grant Facilities

Revised 27 July 2015

Author: MFF Regional Secretariat

Publisher: MFF

Posted on: 29th Oct 2015

Category: SGF (Small Grant Facility)

Size: 1.3 MB

308 Projects found

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5.25 Madupuwath magazine c KEkaratne 2009

Publishing an environmental magazine, Madupuwath

Location: Maduganga, Sri Lanka

Duration: 1st Jan 2009 to 31st Dec 2009

MFF Grant Amount: US$4,386

MFF Grant Type: Small Grant Facility

Topics: Civil Society Engagement, Gender equality, Knowledge management and communications

5.4 Homestead Banana cultivation Batticaloa c KEkaratne 2009

Training and supporting fisher families in Kattankudy to establish banana-based home gardens

Location: Kattankudy, Batticaloa, Sri Lanka

Duration: 1st Jan 2009 to 31st Dec 2009

MFF Grant Amount: US$3,952

MFF Grant Type: Small Grant Facility

Topics: Strategies for Management, Community Resilence, Gender equality, Sustainable Livelihoods

P24Biogas cook BalapatiyaLK c KEkaratne 2009

Establishing a community biogas plant

Location: Maduganga, Sri Lanka

Duration: 1st Jan 2009 to 31st Dec 2009

MFF Grant Amount: US$4,382

MFF Grant Type: Small Grant Facility

Topics: Strategies for Management, Civil Society Engagement, Gender equality

P21Palugaswewa tankLK c KEkaratne 2009

Restoring a village tank

Location: Rekawa, Ussangoda and Kalametiya (RUK) area, Sri Lanka

Duration: 1st Oct 2009 to 30th Nov 2009

MFF Grant Amount: US$3,650

MFF Grant Type: Small Grant Facility

Topics: Strategies for Management, Civil Society Engagement, Sustainable Livelihoods, Gender equality

P10Greenbelt at PanamaLK c KEkaratne 2009

Coastal green belt planting and livelihood improvement

Location: Panama, Sri Lanka

Duration: 1st Jan 2009 to 31st Dec 2009

MFF Grant Amount: US$4,254

MFF Grant Type: Small Grant Facility

Topics: Sustainable Livelihoods, Community Resilence, Gender equality

P13Bamboo plant nurseryLK c KEkaratne 2009

Cultivating bamboo as a wood substitute to protect mangroves and control erosion at Rekawa lagoon

Location: Rekawa, Ussangoda and Kalametiya (RUK) area, Sri Lanka

Duration: 1st Jan 2009 to 31st Dec 2009

MFF Grant Amount: US$4,060

MFF Grant Type: Small Grant Facility

Topics: Strategies for Management, Community Resilence, Gender equality

IMG 1223

Developing socio-ecological profile of the Jaffna lagoon

Location: Jaffna Lagoon

Duration: 1st Jun 2014 to 31st May 2015

MFF Grant Amount: LKR 2,048,310

MFF Grant Type: Small Grant Facility

Topics: Knowledge for Management

Women Group Empowerment for Development Sustainable Local Micro Businnes on Mangrove Rehabilitation

Women's GroupsEmpowerment through Sustainable Micro-Business Development in Mangrove Rehabilitation Areas

Location: Pesantren village is part of Ulujami Sub-District, Pemalang District and about 20 kms from Pemalang. Pelanag is located in eastern of Jakarta (about 250km)

Duration: 27th Aug 2012 to 27th Apr 2013

MFF Grant Amount: Total USD 27,800 which breakdown into: USD 25,000.00 (MFF) and USD 2,800.00 (In-kind Mitra Bahari)

MFF Grant Type: Small Grant Facility

Topics: Civil Society Engagement, Gender equality, Sustainable Business Practices, Sustainable Livelihoods, Capacity Building, Knowledge for Management

IMG 3125 Copy

Alternative Livelihood to the Women in Delft Fisher Community

Location: Delft Island

Duration: 1st Jun 2014 to 31st May 2015

MFF Grant Amount: LKR 1,973,400

MFF Grant Type: Small Grant Facility

Topics: Sustainable Livelihoods

Women taking water from pond ShyamnagarCIUCN

Promoting accessibility to safe drinking water for the vulnerable community in Kultoli village

Location: Kultoli village, Munshiganj, Shyamnagar, Satkhira, Bangladesh

Duration: 24th Feb 2014 to 23rd Feb 2015

MFF Grant Amount: BDT 1 million

MFF Grant Type: Small Grant Facility

Topics: Community Resilence

308 Projects

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No. Name Location Countries Start End Amount Type Status
1 Raising buffalo to enhance the income of widows and their families in Pottuvil (Phase 2) Pottuvil, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2009-10-01 2009-11-30 US$5,146 SG Completed
2 Rehabilitating and conserving habitats for clams Siab Yuan, Chumphon, Thailand Thailand 2009-05-01 2010-11-30 US$9,980 SG Completed
3 Rehabilitating mangroves and beach forests at Khlong Prasong Khlong Prasong, Krabi, Thailand Thailand 2009-10-01 2010-10-31 US$10,156 SG Completed
4 Rehabilitation and reconstruction of Pottuvil mangrove nursery Panama, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2009-01-01 2009-09-30 US$3,860 SG Completed
5 Rehabilitation and sustainable management of the North-East Point marsh North-East Point, Mahé, Seychelles Seychelles 2010-08-01 2010-12-31 US$11,900 SG Completed
6 Rehabilitation and Sustainable Use of Mangroves at Pesantren Village Pesantren village, Pemalang, Central Java, Indonesia Indonesia 2010-05-04 2011-04-04 US$27,046 (from a total budget of US$27,922 approved by MFF SG Completed
7 Rehabilitation of degraded seagrass area in Tuticorin coast of Gulf of Mannar, Tamil Nadu, to support long term conservation of seagrass habitats Koswari Island, Gulf of Mannar, Tamil Nadu, India India 2013-12-10 2015-03-10 INR 1,426,750 SG Completed
8 Removing cattail from a village drainage canal Rekawa, Ussangoda and Kalametiya (RUK) area, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2009-02-01 2009-09-30 US$4,386 SG Completed
9 Removing pond apple from parts of the Maduganga wetland Maduganga, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2009-02-01 2009-11-30 US$3,842 SG Completed
10 Replanting mangroves and introducing eco-friendly home gardening Puttalam, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2009-01-01 2009-12-31 US$3,904 SG Completed
11 Replanting mangroves in Batticaloa lagoon Batticaloa, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2009-01-01 2009-12-31 US$4,360 SG Completed
12 Replanting mangroves in Pottuvil lagoon Kottukal, Pottuvil, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2009-01-01 2009-12-31 US$4,018 SG Completed
13 Replanting mangroves in the Dutch Canal to enhance ecosystem productivity Puttalam, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2009-03-01 2009-11-30 US$4,386 SG Completed
14 Residential planning - architecture model in mangroves populated areas in Ca Mau for climate adaptation and sustainable development Ca Mau Province Viet Nam 2014-06-01 2015-05-31 VND380,130,000 SG Completed
15 Restoration of coastal vegetation in Hnila Union of Teknaf Peninsula Hnila Union, Teknaf Peninsula Bangladesh 2016-05-25 2017-08-24 BDT 18,00,000 SG Completed
16 Restoring a village tank Rekawa, Ussangoda and Kalametiya (RUK) area, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2009-10-01 2009-11-30 US$3,650 SG Completed
17 Restoring mangroves for nak thale (otters) Pa Klork, Phuket, Thailand Thailand 2009-05-01 2010-11-30 US$9,404 SG Completed
18 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
19 Reviving traditional livelihoods Pottuvil Sri Lanka 2011-05-01 2012-01-31 LKR 673,090.00 SG Completed
20 Road to resilience in Shyamnagar Shyamnagar, Satkhira, Bangladesh Bangladesh 2016-05-01 2017-10-31 BDT 7,469,800 MG Completed
21 Role of coastal ecosystems in enabling resilience of coastal communities post a natural disaster Andhra Pradesh India 2014-12-15 2016-01-15 INR 1,017,500 SG Completed
22 Safeguarding mangroves through awareness programmes Mulipuram, Puttalam, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2009-02-01 2009-09-30 US$4,374 SG Completed
23 Sand Dune Stabilization for Mangrove Protection in Miani Hor Maini Hor, Lasbela District, Balochistan Pakistan 2013-07-05 2014-05-05 PKR 972,800 SG Completed
24 Sea Cucumber Culture as an Alternative Livelihood Mannar Sri Lanka 2011-11-01 2012-10-30 LKR 670,560/= SG Completed
25 Seasonal and spatial variation of physico-chemical parameters of water in the Panama lagoon Panama Sri Lanka 2012-06-01 2013-05-31 LKR 743,400/- SG Completed
26 Socio-economic impact assessment of mangroves replantation to encourage community-based mangroves protection and management in Bang La, Dai Hop and Tan Thanh coastal communes in Hai Phong City Bang La Commune, Dai Hop Commune and Tan Thanh Commune, Hai Phong City Viet Nam 2014-02-01 2015-01-31 VND421,722,000 SG Completed
27 Stakeholder led management planning for Vembanad Kol backwaters, Kerala Vembanad-Kol backwaters, Kerala, India India 2011-11-28 2012-11-30 INR 880,000 SG Completed
28 Status of shelterbelts along India’s southern coast Five coastal states (Orissa, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala) and one Union Territory (Puducherry), India India 2009-01-02 2009-10-31 US$22,352 SG Completed
29 Strengthened capacity of children, communities and local government by better preparedness and mitigation of climate change and disaster risk in Kendrapara district, Odisha 7 villages in Chandilbaunsamula Gram Panchayat and 4 villages in Kandira Gram Panchayat, Rajnagar Block, Kendrapara district, Odisha India 2013-12-10 2015-06-10 INR 1,160,000 SG Completed
30 Strengthening coastal livelihoods and community-based tourism Chalong Bay (from Cape Phanwa to Ban Bangkhonthi), Phuket, Thailand Thailand 2009-10-01 2010-10-31 US$11,065 SG Completed
31 Strengthening Community-Based Fisheries Management at Miani Hor Winder, Tehsil Sonmiani, District Lasbela Pakistan 2016-04-15 2017-04-14 PKR 2,003,800 SG Completed
32 Strengthening conservation of mangroves and other marine and coastal resources at Thong Toam Yai Bay Thong Toam Yai, Chumphon, Thailand Thailand 2009-10-01 2010-10-31 US$9,979 SG Completed
33 Strengthening Market Links for Sustainable Hau Cultivation and Conservation of the Marshland in Gdh. Fiyori G.Dh Fiyoaree Maldives 2015-07-01 2017-03-30 MVR 343,138 SG Completed
34 Strengthening the capacity of a community network for managing Phuket’s coastal resources Muang and Thalang, Phuket, Thailand Thailand 2009-10-01 2010-10-31 US$11,007 SG Completed
35 Strengthening the capacity of the community organization "Anse Kerlan Avangard" to investigate and design for counter-erosion actions in the community Anse Kerlan coastal area, Praslin Island, Seychelles Seychelles 2014-10-01 2015-05-31 SCR 269,100 SG Completed
36 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
37 Strengthening the Defenders of the Coast Karachi, Pakistan Pakistan 2011-12-01 2012-06-30 PKR 860,000 SG Completed
38 Strengthening the Resilience of Coastal Communities, Ecosystems, and Economies to Sea-Level Rise and Coastal Erosion Pakistan and Thailand Pakistan
Thailand
2013-01-01 2014-12-31 USD199,994 RG Completed
39 Strengthening the waste management system on Noonu Manadhoo Atoll and greening the island Manadhoo Island, Noonu Atoll, North Province, Maldives Maldives 2009-10-01 2010-03-31 US$25,000 SG Completed
40 Students and community to protect ecosystem and biodiversity through school garden model Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province Viet Nam 2016-03-01 2017-03-01 VND 313,900,000 SG Completed
41 Study of whale shark and marine megafaunal distribution along Odisha and potential for marine and coastal species-based tourism Odisha, India India 2016-07-18 2017-05-17 INR 698,500 SG Completed
42 Studying carbon sequestration in mangroves Puttalam Sri Lanka 2011-01-05 2012-04-30 LKR 425,000.000 SG Completed
43 Studying seagrasses in Puttalam lagoon Puttalam lagoon, Puttalam Sri Lanka 2011-05-01 2012-04-30 LKR 587,000.00 SG Completed
44 Sunflower Oilseed Processing and Marketing in the coastal region of Bangladesh Amragachi Bazar and Rayenda Bazar, Sarankhola, Bagerhat, Bangladesh Bangladesh 2014-02-24 2015-02-23 BDT 1.65 million SG Completed
45 Support and develop community based eco-tourism in the coastal nature reserve and environmental protection area in Thanh Phong commune, Thanh Phu District, Ben Tre Province Thanh Phong Commune, Thanh Phu District, Ben Tre Province Viet Nam 2013-08-01 2015-03-31 520,950,000 VND SG Completed
46 Supporting farmers in implementing the mangrove based polyculture of shrimp-crab - fish (spotted scat) and with Scirpus(ScirpuslittoralisSchrab) for aquaculture natural feed in TraVinh province Long Khanh and Long Vinh communes, Duyen Hai District, Tra Vinh Province, Vietnam Viet Nam 2014-05-01 2015-04-30 VND 379,250,000 SG Completed
47 Supporting farmers in shrimp-crab polyculture model integrated in mangrove forest in Tra Vinh Province : Duyen Hai districts - Tra Vinh province (including the communes: Vinh Long, Long Khanh, Dong Hai, Dan Thanh, Truong Long Hoa). Viet Nam 2013-08-26 2015-01-31 369,700,000VND SG Completed
48 Survey and assessment in Gulf of Mannar and Palk Bay to support strategy to conserve and manage seagrass habitats Gulf of Mannar and Palk Bay, Tamil Nadu, India India 2011-12-20 2013-02-28 INR 855,700 SG Completed
49 Sustainability of Pyinbugyi Village Tract’s Ecosystem through Community Based Mangroves Conservation and Coastal Bank Protection Pyinbubyi Village Tract, Palaw Township, Dawei District, Tanintharyi Region, Myanmar Myanmar 2016-08-01 2017-07-31 MMK 31,185,000 SG Completed
50 Sustainable and Effective Coastal Resources Management to Improve Community Well-Being through Indonesia Coral Action Network (I-CAN) Lemito subdistrict, Pohuwato Regency, Gorontalo Indonesia 2014-05-06 2015-05-05 IDR 192,950,000 SG Completed
51 Sustainable coastal livelihoods through Integrated Mangrove Fishery Farming Systems (IMFFS) Tamil Nadu, India India 2009-01-06 2009-10-31 US$21,000 SG Completed
52 Sustainable Community based dry fish unit as a tool for improving livelihoods of Sundarban dependent fisherman community Mathurapur village, Munshiganj union, Shyamnagar, Satkhira, Bangladesh Bangladesh 2016-05-24 2017-05-24 BDT 420,000 SG Completed
53 Sustainable fishing practices promoted to reduce usage of harmful fishing nets in coastal areas of Sindh (Tippon Area). Keti Bander Town, District Thatta Pakistan 2016-04-15 2016-12-14 PKR 2,140,000 SG Completed
54 Sustainable freshwater aquaculture in the mangrove-dominated Indian Sundarbans Sundarbans, West Bengal, India India 2009-12-02 2011-01-01 US$12,000 SG Completed
55 Sustainable livelihood development for low- income families in the Puttalam lagoon area Puttalam, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2009-07-01 2009-12-31 US$3,939 SG Completed
56 Sustainable livelihood through improving ecosystem in mangrove area Tuol Kouki leu, Tuol Koukikroum, Koh Chak and Tachat, Tuol kouki commune, Mondol Seima district, Koh Kong province Cambodia 2015-05-01 2016-04-30 KHR 100,000,000 SG Completed
57 Sustainable Mangrove Management and Polyculture System Development at Karangsong, Indramayu Regency, West Java Karangsong Village, Indramayu District, Indramayu Regency, West Java Province Indonesia 2014-04-11 2015-04-10 IDR 204,175,400 SG Completed
58 Sustainable use of appropriate energy and strengthening of small-scale credit scheme to contribute to adapting to climate change and improving local livelihoods Development Khmer Community (DKC) Cambodia 2015-05-01 2016-04-30 99,459,000 KHR SG Completed
59 Sustainable Use of Cam Thanh Nypa Wetlands, Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province Cam Thanh Commune, Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province Viet Nam 2013-04-01 2015-03-31 US$67,412 MG Completed
60 Sustainable use of mangrove resources to benefit poor women through a co-management pilot in the core zone of Xuan Thuy National Park, Vietnam Xuan Thuy National Park, Nam Dinh province, Vietnam Viet Nam 2011-10-01 2013-02-28 VND373,050,000 SG Completed
61 Sustainable Use of Mangroves for Small-Scale Entrepreneurs Rehri Goth, Sindh Province Pakistan 2013-07-05 2014-07-05 999,000 SG Completed
62 Synergy of Mangrove Forest Rehabilitation and Sustainable Economic Development of Coastal Community at Kraksaan Subdistrict, Probolinggo Sidopekso village, Kebonagung village, and Kalibuntu village, Kraksaan Sub-district, Probolinggo District, East Java Province Indonesia 2014-04-11 2015-04-10 IDR 160,694,800 SG Completed
63 Teaching Integrated Coastal Management Karachi, Sindh Province Pakistan 2013-07-05 2014-05-05 PKR 958,000 SG Completed
64 The Application of Mud Trap Technique as the Medium of Coastal Rehabilitation in Pulau Dua, Nature Reserve Coastal area in Pulau Dua Nature Reserve, Sawah Luhur Village, Serang-Banten Indonesia 2016-03-02 2016-12-31 IDR 170,000,000 SG Completed
65 The Development of Silvofishery Techniques, Mangrove Rehabilitation, and Women's Empowerment by Processing Non-Timber Plants in Mangrove Forest Siduwonge village, Randangan District, Pohuwato Regency, Gorontalo Indonesia 2014-05-06 2015-05-05 IDR 195,425,000 SG Completed
66 Thickening Mangrove Vegetation to Support the Diversification of Fisheries Production in Tanjung Pecinan Village, Situbondo Tanjung Pecinan village, Mangaran sub-district, Situbondo Indonesia 2016-03-02 2016-12-31 IDR 170,002,000 SG Completed
67 Training and supporting fisher families in Kattankudy to establish banana-based home gardens Kattankudy, Batticaloa, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2009-01-01 2009-12-31 US$3,952 SG Completed
68 Training and supporting fisher families in Ussangoda to establish home gardens Rekawa, Ussangoda and Kalametiya (RUK) area, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2009-02-01 2009-11-30 US$3,240 SG Completed
69 Trial on polyculture of mud creeper (Cerithidea obtusa) and blood cockle (Anadara Granosa) under mangrove canopy in Thanh Phong Commune, Thanh Phu dist, Ben Tre Province Thanh Phong Commune, Thanh Phu District, Ben Tre Province Viet Nam 2014-04-10 2015-04-10 365,440,000 VND SG Completed
70 Valuation of Mangroves in PQA Indus Delta: An Econometric Approach Coastal areas of Sindh, Pakistan Pakistan 2014-12-25 2015-12-25 PKR 1,650,750 SG Completed
71 Value of ecosystems’ services provided by the Jaffna lagoon and contribution of the lagoon to the livelihoods of peripheral villagers Jaffna Lagoon Sri Lanka 2014-06-01 2015-04-30 LKR 1,638,450 SG Completed
72 Where did all the soil go? Coastal monitoring as a tool for developing local capacity, raising public awareness and assessing long-term environmental change Anse Possession, Praslin, Seychelles Seychelles 2010-08-01 2011-07-31 US$23,200 SG Completed
73 Women's Group Empowerment through Livelihood Improvement and Mangrove Rehabilitation Torosiaje Jaya village, Popayato District, Pohuwato Regency, Gorontalo Province Indonesia 2014-05-06 2015-05-05 IDR 198,775,000 SG Completed
74 Women's Group Empowerment through Mangrove-Based Product Processing Mootilango village, Duhiadaa district, Pohuwato Regency, Gorontalo Province Indonesia 2014-05-06 2015-05-05 IDR 196,500,000 SG Completed
75 Women's GroupsEmpowerment through Sustainable Micro-Business Development in Mangrove Rehabilitation Areas Pesantren village is part of Ulujami Sub-District, Pemalang District and about 20 kms from Pemalang. Pelanag is located in eastern of Jakarta (about 250km) Indonesia 2012-08-27 2013-04-27 Total USD 27,800 which breakdown into: USD 25,000.00 (MFF) and USD 2,800.00 (In-kind Mitra Bahari) SG Completed
76 Women’s Group Empowerment to Increase Household Income through Production and Marketing of Mangrove and Fisheries-Based Products in Karanganyar Village, Paiton Karanganyar Village, Paiton Probolinggo, East Java Indonesia 2016-03-02 2016-12-31 IDR 130,005,000 SG Completed
77 Youth Power against Global Warming by Promotion of Seagrass Learning An island of Baan Tung Nang Dum, Phang Nga Province’s Kuraburi District in the Andaman Sea & Baan Tha Pae Yoi, Phang Nga Province’s Kuraburi District, on Koh (island) Prathong of the Andaman Sea Thailand 2013-06-19 2013-08-31 300,000 THB SG Completed
78 “Mangroves are a Must!” Promoting mangrove conservation awareness and education in the face of climate change in the Seychelles Mahé and Praslin islands, Seychelles Seychelles 2009-07-01 2011-02-28 US$25,000 SG Completed