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Bank Risk Rating: B
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Board Decision Date: 2017-06-16
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Borrower or Client: GOVERNMENT OF INDONESIA
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Investment Amount (USD): $ 47.38 million
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Project Cost (USD): $ 53.08 million
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Coral Reef Rehabilitation and Management Program- Coral Triangle Initiative (COREMAP-CTI)
The objective of the Coral Reef Rehabilitation and Management Program - Coral Triangle Initiative (COREMAP-CTI) Project for Indonesia is to institutionalize the COREMAP approach of a viable, decentralized and integrated framework for sustainable management of coral reef resources, associated eco-systems and bio-diversity for the welfare of the communities in seven selected districts of five provinces in the country. The project consists of the following components: 1) institutional strengthening for decentralized coral reef management; 2) development of ecosystem-based resources management; 3) strengthening sustainable marine-based economy; and 4) project management, coordination and learning. The first component seeks to institutionalize the COREMAP approach and provide support for policy and legal framework development through the following sub-components: strengthening and expansion of the COREMAP approach; support for robust ecological and socioeconomic monitoring; strengthening surveillance of coastal ecosystems; and, strengthening technical capacity. The second component improves management of national and district Marine Conservation Areas (MCAs) and creates enabling conditions for sustainable use of the surrounding production seascape through the following activities: support preparation of zoning plans; application of integrated coastal management; management effectiveness of MCAs; sustainable fisheries management in selected fisheries management areas; and, piloting community rights-based approach. The third component supports the development of sustainable, ecosystem-based marine enterprises that reinforce links between healthy marine ecosystems and economic benefits, and creates an economic basis to sustain COREMAP local institutions through: creation of basic infrastructure; and, a pilot program to test the development of sustainable enterprise alliances.
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