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Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources                Management Network through Community-based Learning    ...
Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources                   Management Network through Community-based Learning ...
Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources               Management Network through Community-based Learning     ...
Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources                                 Management Network through Community-b...
Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources               Management Network through Community-based Learning     ...
Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources                Management Network through Community-based Learning    ...
Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources               Management Network through Community-based Learning     ...
Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources             Management Network through Community-based Learning       ...
Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources              Management Network through Community-based Learning      ...
Project sites:                 6 Sub-districts of Trat
Pilot communities:                           Muang District                           Huang Nam Khao                      ...
Why is Trat? - Its location as the easternmost coastal province - Important trans-boundary waterway between Thailand and C...
Population:                   Population                                 Househo   No.   Village      Fem                 ...
Project Conceptual FrameworkCoastal livelihoods resilience                 RECOFTC - Thailand   to the Climate Change     ...
Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources                                 Management Network through Community-b...
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  1. 1. Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources Management Network through Community-based Learning Centers in Six Sub-districts of Trat Province, ThailandImplemented by: RECOFTC – Thailand, The Center for People and ForestsSupported by: Mangroves For the FutureDuration: July 2011 – December 2012
  2. 2. Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources Management Network through Community-based Learning Centers in Six Sub-districts of Trat Province, ThailandPartners:• Ban Pred Nai Mangrove Forest Conservation and Development Group• The Community-based Coastal Resources Management Network in sixsub-districts of Trat Province• Local Administrative Organizations in six sub-districts• Center for Applied Economics Research, Faculty of Economics, KasetsartUniversity• Thai Fund Foundation (TFF), Bangkok• DMCR - Mangrove Forest Development Center 4 (Nam Chieo, Trat)• Good Governance for Social Development and the Environment Institute
  3. 3. Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources Management Network through Community-based Learning Centers in Six Sub-districts of Trat Province, ThailandBackground:- Thailand‟s so-called “EasternSeaboard” spans 544kilometers,- Covering the 5 provinces ofChonburi, Chachoengsao, Rayong, Chanthaburi, and Trat.
  4. 4. Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources Management Network through Community-based Learning Centers in Six Sub-districts of Trat Province, ThailandBackground: Mangroves Area of Eastern Thailand Area (Sq.km) Mangroves Area (Sq.km.)
  5. 5. Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources Management Network through Community-based Learning Centers in Six Sub-districts of Trat Province, ThailandBackground:- The coastline‟s ecosystem has experienced rapiddegradation since the advent of economic developmentand industrialization in the 1960s and tourismexpansion in the 1980s-Mangrove area in the region decreasing a reported30,000 ha in 1961 to a low of 12,658 ha in 1996.-Caused by commercial aquacultures (shrimp farmingand fish ponds) and the over-exploitation of mangrovetimber for charcoal production
  6. 6. Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources Management Network through Community-based Learning Centers in Six Sub-districts of Trat Province, ThailandCommunity-based Learning Center Approach:- The principle is local communities can more effectivelylearn and transform their knowledge amongthemselves because it is derived from their directexperiences.- CbLCs are more ‘living’ and ‘adaptive’- Focus on building up its ‘software’ (strengthening theknowledge and skills of local people) not on theenhancing the center‟s „hardware‟ (i.e.infrastructure, media outputs, etc)- CbLCs are mechanism for constantly improvingpractices at the community level
  7. 7. Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources Management Network through Community-based Learning Centers in Six Sub-districts of Trat Province, ThailandCommunity-based Learning Center Approach:- Build the capacity of key persons and mobilizeinternal human resources- Enhancing the learning network’s outreach forsharing and learning- RECOFTC and external facilitators are still needed;provide mentoring to local facilitators as well ascoordination, backstopping support and coaching oflocal networks.
  8. 8. Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources Management Network through Community-based Learning Centers in Six Sub-districts of Trat Province, ThailandThe development objective:“to empower existing community-based coastalresource management networks, in terms ofknowledge transmission and improved managementpractices, to ensure the sustainable management ofcoastal ecosystem and the livelihoods of localcommunities in the coastal areas are protected andimproved”
  9. 9. Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources Management Network through Community-based Learning Centers in Six Sub-districts of Trat Province, ThailandImmediate Objectives: 1. The capacity of pilot communities in coastal resource management in six sub-districts of Muang and Laem Ngob districts of Trat province is enhanced. 2. The CbLC approach is strengthened and expanded.
  10. 10. Project sites: 6 Sub-districts of Trat
  11. 11. Pilot communities: Muang District Huang Nam Khao 1. Pred Nai 2. Aow Krood Aow Yai 3.Aow Kham 5 7 6 Nong Kan Song 4 4.Tha Ranae 1 Nong Samet 5.Tha Tapao 2 Nong Sano 6.Prong Lambid Laem Ngob District Nam Chieo 3 7.Tai Khao
  12. 12. Why is Trat? - Its location as the easternmost coastal province - Important trans-boundary waterway between Thailand and Cambodia - Has experienced a dramatic decline in mangrove and marine resources due to intensive shrimp farming, over-harvesting of mangrove products and over-fishing in coastal zones and sea waters - In 1961 there were 14,506 ha of mangrove forest in Trat; by 1996 that area had reduced to 7,534 ha - However, that number climbed back up to 9,067ha in 2007, primarily due to the re-plantation efforts of government and other agencies
  13. 13. Population: Population Househo No. Village Fem Male Total ld ale Pred Nai Aow Krood Aow Kham Tha Ranae Tha
  14. 14. Project Conceptual FrameworkCoastal livelihoods resilience RECOFTC - Thailand to the Climate Change Project Advisory Project of Strengthening Group Provincial Collaborative Community-based Coastal Coastal Management Resource Management Supporting Committee Partners Network through (CbLC) Knowledge Capacity Network Management building Development Huang Nam Nong Kan Nam Khao Nong Sa Nong Aow Yai National Pred Nai No sub- Samet Chieo Song sub- sub- sub- sub- Network district district sub-district district district district Regional Pred Nai Mangrove Network Forest Conservation and Development Group 6 sub-districts TAOs CbLC Network 6 sub-district Community- Committee DMCR‟s Mangrove Forest Provincial based Coastal Resource Management Center 4 Network Management Network
  15. 15. Strengthening the Community-based Coastal Resources Management Network through Community-based Learning Centers in Six Sub-districts of Trat Province, ThailandExisting community-based coastal resource Output 1.1 Renovate and refurbish Pred Nai CbLC office.management networks are empowered in terms of 1.1.1 Renovations to the building selected by Pred Nai villagers as a CbLC office. 1.1.2 Procurement of necessary equipment such as office furniture, stationery, andknowledge transmission and improved exhibitions.management practices, to ensure the sustainablemanagement of coastal ecosystem and Output 1.2 Knowledge, experiences and lessons learned on sustainable mangrove and coastal resources management are further identified, generated and documented.improvement of livelihoods of coastal people. 1.2.1 Document community profiles and identify knowledge and lessons learned. 1.2.2 Design a process to capture existing experiences and lessons learned in sustainable Result 1: Resources coastal resource management, and enlist resource persons through workshop. for enhancing the 1.2.3 Produce and disseminate documented knowledge in different forms of locally friendly Development capacity of media e.g. posters, manuals, booklets. 1.2.4 Generate new knowledge from program of action research to specifically address Objective communities in coastal resources management economic values of coastal production, livelihoods development, climate change adaptation strategies, carbon accounting and related areas, and develop appropriate tools, manuals and are in place. guidelines. 1. The capacity of pilot Output 2.1 Training and dissemination of knowledge, experiences and lessons. communities in coastal Result 2: The capacity 2.1.1 Development of training curriculum, training of national facilitators and other training resource management of community materials in six sub-districts of organizations on 2.1.2 Develop guidelines for local facilitators and organize training of trainers (ToT) course. 2.1.3 Conduct training programs in participatory coastal resource management planning and Muang and Laem sustainable coastal related issues Ngob districts of Trat management is province is enhanced. increased Output 3.1 Establishment of the Management Plan and Mangrove Management Funds (MMFs) in Pred Nai and 6 pilot communities and their operations 3.1.1 Facilitate communities in the preparation of coastal resource and mangrove management plans. Immediate 3.1.2 Design MMF fundraising strategy and internal fund contribution management. 3.1.3 Capacity building of mangrove and coastal resource management committee and MMF Objectives committee 3.1.4 Establish and strengthen the provincial collaborative coastal management support committee. 2. The CbLC approach Result 3: Collaboration among communities in is strengthened and Output 3.2 A strategic plan to facilitate CbLC approach is developed and implemented the CbLC network is expanded. 3.2.1 Organize CbLC strategic planning through consultation and planning with CbLC enhanced committee and partners 3.2.2 Documentation of key lessons and experiences
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