Conservation and Managing Ocean Protection Region : The Sacred Site Base on Community
Conservation and Managing Ocean Protection Region : The Sacred Site Base on Community
GOAL
Preservation and management of community-based coral reef ecosystems in marine protected areas "Iwoi Lulua", so that the function of the natural ecology of the site can return in to normal condition
OBJECTIVES
Objective 1 : Developing marine protected areas "Iwoi Lulua" as a sustainable region and can provide ecological impacts for the surrounding region (Fish Bank) as well as learning site to other surrounding villages.
Indicator : 1. Existence of a map of potential areas containing other types of organisms, plants that live in the region
2. The existence of two locations of marine protected areas protected using marker buoys
3. The presence of 6 marine bouy for fishing boats anchored in the surrounding area
4. The completion of the two year program the watchdog group and a clear division of tasks
5. The existence of means of support patrols and monthly schedule patroling participation and documentation
6. Developing rehabilitation activities, particularly mangrove forests around the existing marine protected areas as many as 1000 seeds and also coral transplantation activities
7. The existence of baseline data and conduct surveys to see the development of activities in the marine protection area
Activities : 1. Conducting initial survey and pass the research potential of coastal ecosystem in the Village Ngapawali using some scientific methods that suit the needs of data needed.
2. Performing installation of marker buoys protection on two marine protected areas "Iwoi Lulua".
3. Performing installation of 6 pieces merine bouy around marine protected areas.
4. Conducting meetings or discussion groups to develop a work program.
5. Providing facilities and infrastructure to support marine patrol and conduct participatory patroling scheduled.
6. Socializing regulations and coordination on marine protected areas to 10 neighboring villages.
7. Undertaking rehabilitation and planting mangrove seedlings around marine protected areas
8. Conducting reef rehabilitation activities with methods of coral transplantation and translocation seeds.
Objective 2 : Increasing the capacity and livelihood of communities around marine protected areas.
Indicator : 1. The exisiting of 1 fish aggregating devices (FAD) for new fishing locations around marine protected areas
2. Conducted three times training for beneficiaries
3. The formation of 2 or 3 micro and made its business development plan, to look at income generating opportunities.
4. 25 to 30 active members will receive venture capital by using a system of conservation credits (Eco-Credit)
5. At least 2 local businessmen will establish cooperation with the group as a supplier of fresh fish for local entrepreneurs in Kendari
Activities : 1. Conducting installation of FADs as the new location for the fishermen
2. Conducting training and capacity building of fishermen housewife and fishermen.
3. Identification of micro-enterprises and business plan development
4. Providing and distributing micro venture capital assistance for members of the group with conservation credit system (Eco-Credit).
5. Opening network marketing catch fishermen to local entrepreneurs in Kendari.
Objective 3 : Making marine protected areas "Iwoi Lulua" as a tourist destination area dive adventure
Indicator : 1. At least 4 billboards on marine protected areas "Iwoilulua" are on display along the main village road
2. At least one documentary about the potential of marine protected areas was produced
3. At least one diving operators who want to cooperate with the group to manage the area as a tourist area for divers
Activities : 1. Making billboards marine protected areas and perform the installation along the village's main street
2. Making a documentary about the potential of marine protected areas
3. Publication of potential marine protected areas as part of a promotion for a few dive centers and fishing groups that exist in the outside area Kendari or even abroad.

EXPECTED OUTPUT
1. Conservation and Land Management activities DPL Sacred Site "Iwoi Lulua" = Boiling Water, will be managed by community groups
2. The existence of alternative jobs to support the family income
3. POKMASWAS continued their task and have an independent source of funding
4. Pokmaswas Members can independently through micro-enterprise
5. Replication or up-scalling project
BENEFICIARIES
Direct : 57 people
Indirect : Residents of Ngapawali Village : 426 people
 
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Project Snapshot

Grantee:
YAYASAN BAHARI
Country:
Indonesia
Area Of Work:
Climate Change Mitigation
Grant Amount:
US$ 15,000.00
Co-Financing Cash:
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 13,391.00
Project Number:
INS/SGP/OP5/Y3/STAR/CC/14/022
Status:
Satisfactorily Completed
Project Characteristics and Results
Policy Influence
1. The Government and Rural Society Ngapawali district. Kolono East fully supports all activities of the project and begin the spirit and seriously manage and supervise the areas DPL in their villages, because the region DPL will be a destination area for marine tourism, especially diving tourism (diving) that could bring in revenue and an increase in people's economic future will come, as well as a source of pride because it is the only area that has a unique sea ekoisistem of the entire coastal area in the bay and surrounding Kolono, even being the only unique marine ecosystems in Southeast Sulawesi or even Indonesia. So that any policy issued by the village government will be fully supported by the community, the said policies include activities that support the management of the DPL region into RPJMDes Year 2015/2020 and the priority activities to be proposed in 2016-2017. 2. The Government of the District, in January 2015 yesterday, the official Kolono districts are divided into two sub-districts and district Kolono. Kolono East, from 32 villages 10 coastal villages included in excl. East Kolono Ngapawali the said village. The existence of government at the district level a new one, then a change in policy by a pack of Head of the new, which is ordered and give full support to all those who will carry out the management of marine and coastal Gulf of Kolono East is good and sustainable, for activities intended to support increased revenue (PAD) and the income of the local economy. 3. District Government, particularly the Department of Marine and Fisheries District. South Konawe, has put the region in the village DPL Ngapawali district. East Kolono as pilot areas (learning site) for the management of community-based coral reef ecosystems, as well as the model of participatory fisheries surveillance carried out by Pokmaswas in the village Ngapawali.
Project sustainability
1. Today the concept of conservation-based economic management (Eco-Credit) have been built and started to run, namely business selling fish caught by members / fishing communities who make arrests in the surrounding area and the DPL or in the Gulf region Kolono. With the passage of this effort, the management and supervision of the area DPL participatory manner will continue to run, as well as the profits from this venture will be set aside in part to kegiatan2 groups as well as other activities in order to support area management DPL "Iwoi Lulua" sustainable and sustained. 2. There is a venture capital given to each - each member of the group in the form of gear-kedo kedo fishing equipment. This venture capital specifically given to members of the group / community who have been trained and practice fishing-kedo kedo. With such capital, it is expected that the economic income of the group members may increase as the result of the test / practice, these types of gear referred fishing gear that is very promising because it is very efficient and effective than fishing gear, even fish catch have an average economic value high, for example; tinumbu / mackerel, Sunu / grouper, snapper and White Fish. 3. Management of DPL "Iwoi Lulua" will continue, because the concept / management plan for the area into regions Fish and Regions Bank has entered the Diving Village RPJMDes Ngapawali and has been endorsed by the village government and village BPD Ngapawali. The next activity plan that has been put in RPJMDes, among others;  a. The plan of making regulation head of the village in the form of draft Rule Management of DPL "Iwoi Lulua" (still under discussion), which in the regulation will ditaur about the number and amounts of fees to be charged to each visitor / traveler will do diving, as well as set of residential / homestay, food and drink, and governing the distribution of net income to the village (village PAD) and to the Monitoring Group. b. Manufacture / Pebangunan Post superintendent and can be used as a joint secretariat Around DPL Zone, has entered into pembiayaanya RPJMDes and has been proposed to the Department of Marine and Fisheries District. Konsel. And God bless you, usalan received and post completed through funding the district budget. Konsel 2015. c. Provision of advice and infrastructure pendunkung dive tourism management, among others; gazebo, boat introduction, SCUBA diving equipment and diving training plan for community members who will be a tour guide. RPJMDes has entered into, and become a budget priority in 2016, has even proposed to the DKP Konsel, Department of Tourism and regent Konsel. But until now, there is still no clarity since Regent Konsel tenure has ended August 12, 2015 and the political constellation began to heat up in December 2015 ELECTION approach.
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