Central Maluku consists of small islands vulnerable to even the smallest of ecological changes. As an archipelago, this area greatly depends on the ocean; both as source of living and connecting route between areas. Weather and seasons are among the factors influencing tidal range, ocean current strength, and wind speed—which in turns influence people’s ability in earning money and their mobility.
The main objective of this project is to support climate change adaptation action and its implementing stages in Maluku Province as established in Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Road Map and Sustainable Development of Maluku Province. In particular, this project aims to improve the level of adaptability and resilience, as well as to eliminate vulnerability in the social, economic and ecological standpoint from the threat of climate change experienced by coastal communities in three Negeri/Villages, utilizing sustainability principles in managing and leveraging coastal ecosystem region. The goal is to benefit around 2,980 people directly and 10,500 indirectly. In addition, the project aims to restore 500 meters of coastal embankment structure.
|Project Component 1: Strengthening the adaptation of traditional fishermen in facing changes fish migration and circulation patterns due to climate change||USD 210,541|
|Project Component 2: Coastal ecosystems repair for the resilience communities and alternate location for source fishing||USD 128,600|
|Project Component 3: Alternative economic development in coastal areas that are climate- resilient by utilizing||USD 258,572|
|Project Component 4: Development of supporting facilities to anticipate the impacts of coastal flooding and tidal waves||USD 205,907|
|Project Execution Cost||USD 84,358|
|Total Project Cost||USD 887,978|
|Kemitraan management fee||USD 75,478|
|Grant Amount||USD 963,456|
|Project concept||1 MB|