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Trinidad and tobago
Biodiversity
11,345.04
Project Number:   TRI/98/G52/2101/003
This is phase 1 of a long-term project to implement a community-based co-management approach to the conservation of a unique, pristine but threatened wetland system in southwestern Trinidad. This phase entails a feasibility study on the area's ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
Biodiversity
10,147.00
Project Number:   TRI/95/G52/2101/010
The project serves to strengthen the capacity of the Zoological Society of Trinidad and Tobago to contribute to the conservation of biodiversity. Specifically, it will afford the organisation the ability to enhance the quality of its captive ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
Biodiversity
8,282.00
Project Number:   TRI/95/G52/2101/008A
Continuation of project 008 into 1999 nesting season. Nature Seekers Inc. is a community-based organisation which maintains a sea turtle conservation, education and research programme within the Matura Beach Prohibited Area on the east coast of ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
Biodiversity
8,052.00
Project Number:   TRI/95/G52/2101/011
Update inventory of local orchid species and establish electronic database compatible with proposed national biodiversity database The project addresses the preparation of an inventory of orchid species held in public and private collections as ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
Biodiversity
9,420.00
Project Number:   TRI/95/G52/2101/012
The project addresses the design and implementation of a community-based survey of visitors to turtle-nesting beaches in north-east Trinidad during the 1999 turtle nesting season. Interviews with visitors will be recorded on standardised ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
International Waters
3,209.00
Project Number:   TRI/95/G52/2101/007
The South East Port of Spain Cultural Organisation (SEPOS) approached the GEF/SGP for grant assistance to purchase a truck to meet the high transport needs and thus ensure the continuation and viability of recycling of glass bottles. As a result of ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
Biodiversity
6,410.00
Project Number:   TRI/95/G52/2101/008
Nature Seekers Inc. is a community-based organisation which maintains a sea turtle conservation, education and research programme within the Matura Beach Prohibited Area on the east coast of Trinidad. The pilot project implemented in collaboration ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
International Waters
5,769.00
Project Number:   TRI/95/G52/2101/006
The Green Waste Recycling Organisation approached the GEF/SGP for grant assistance to purchase a truck to meet the high transport needs and thus ensure the continuation and viability of recycling of glass and plastic bottles. As a result of ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
Biodiversity
4,808.00
Project Number:   TRI/95/G52/2101/promo
There is a dearth of audiovisual education and awareness material on the environment in general and on the nesting leatherback turtle in particulart in Trinidad and Tobago. The project addressed the acquisition and distribution of 200 video ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
Multifocal Area
9,000.00
Project Number:   TRI/95/G52/2101/wshop
The Toco convocation for building sustainable Caribbean communities was convened in the rural village of Toco in north-eastern Trinidad from 24-26 April, 1998. The objective of the convocation was the adoption of a common vision and strategy ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
Multifocal Area
49,389.00
Project Number:   TRI/95/G52/2101/002
The project addresses the use of FM community radio to promote and strengthen community advocacy in all aspects of development as it relates to the rural communities from Matura to Matelot. This is the first community radio project in Trinidad and ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
International Waters
7,879.00
Project Number:   TRI/95/G52/2101/001
The project addresses the prevention and reduction of pollution of Tobago's coastal waters. The Network will provide community members with the tools to monitor coastal water quality at six (6) bathing beaches around Tobago and the information and ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
Biodiversity
1,292.00
Project Number:   TRI/95/G52/2101/003
Government policy on tourism development in Trinidad and Tobago is primarily focussed on nature-based tourism or ecotourism. A spin-off of tourism development has been the involvement of community members and CBOs in the delivery of their own tour ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
Multifocal Area
8,206.00
Project Number:   TRI/92/G51/2101/009
Support for a community newspaper 'Toco Talk' and community radio with focus on environment and community development. The "Toco Talk" project will be implemented by the Toco Foundation. An editorial committee, comprising members of the Toco ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
Biodiversity
37,206.00
Project Number:   TRI/92/G51/2101/010
The island of Trinidad, despite its natural beauty, does not have an extensive tourist industry. However, the potential exists to make tourism a vibrant, lucrative and eco-sustainable industry for the inhabitants of Trinidad. The Toco Foundation, ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
Biodiversity
15,205.00
Project Number:   TRI/92/G51/2101/007
Among the reasons for the formation of the organisation GREAT was the concern of the founding members for the plight of the nesting turtles annually. This concern has been manifested in the voluntary patrolling of the beach during the nesting ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
Biodiversity
15,973.00
Project Number:   TRI/92/G51/2101/006
The project will provide for environmental education, public awareness and avicultural programmes both on and off-site, highlighting wetland ecosystems and their values. The programme will be implemented in partnership with both the public and ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
Biodiversity
3,314.00
Project Number:   TRI/92/G51/2101/001
Many leatherback turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) are trapped in fishing (gill) nets each year off Matelot. Those that cannot be easily freed by fishermen are clubbed to death to free them from the net, or die by drowning. Some 20 leatherbacks were ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
Biodiversity
869.00
Project Number:   TRI/92/G51/2101/005
The island of Trinidad, despite its natural beauty, does not have an extensive tourist industry. However, the potential exists to make tourism a vibrant, lucrative and eco-sustainable industry for the inhabitants of Trinidad. The Toco Foundation: ( ... )
Trinidad and tobago
International Waters
8,880.00
Project Number:   TRI/92/G51/2101/002
The TYRE GARDEN PROJECT will re-use old tyres, plastic bottles, chicken feathers, leaves, manure etc., to create an environment for the growing of vegetables, fruits, flowers, Christmas trees, etc., in a hostile agricultural environment e.g. Beetham ( ... )
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