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Detail of GEF Project #1829

GEF Project ID1829
Funding SourceGEF Trust Fund
Project NameCoral Reef Rehabilitation and Management Project Phase II (COREMAP II)
RegionAsia and the Pacific
Focal AreaBiodiversity
Operational Program2
Approval Date1997-05-01
CEO Endorsement Date2004-05-03
GEF Agency Approval Date2004-05-25
Project Completion Date2011-12-31
Project StatusProject Completion
GEF AgencyWorld Bank
Executing AgencyMinistry of Marine Affairs and Fishiries (MMAF)
DescriptionSupported by a multi-donor group, COREMAP will establish a coral reef management system in priority areas in 5 eastern Indonesian provinces. Strengthen coral reef management through improving management capacity and inter-agency coordination; capacity-building to prepare and implement strategies, plans and policies targetting coral reef rehabilitation and management; establishing coral reef management and information networks; increasing public awareness and participation in coral reef management. PDF is supporting the regional task forces preparing the project, and social assessments at priority sites. The development objective of COREMAP Phase II is that viable reef management systems are established in at least six priority Districts, through a financially sustainable program that is nationally coordinated but decentralized in implementation, in order to empower and to support coastal communities to sustainably co-manage the use of coral reefs and associated ecosystem resources, which will revive damaged or preserve intact coral reef ecosystems and in turn, enhance the welfare of these communities in Indonesia. This means changing the behavior of coastal communities from destructive to sustainable use practices.
Implementation StatusThis project is second phase of COREMAP I which was approved by the Council in May 1997. The Board approved the second phase in May 25, 2004. The first supervision will take place by September 2004. The Bank team is working with GOI to ensure that the two effectiveness conditions: (1) Project Financial Management Consultants to be selected based on TORs approved by the Bank; (2) All implementation manuals adopted by NCU and participating District PMUs and NPIU, are met by September 2004.
GEF Project Grant
7,500,000 USD
GEF Grant
7,500,000 USD
Cofinancing Total
35,000,000 USD
Project Cost
42,500,000 USD
GEF Project (CEO Endo.)
7,500,000 USD
Cofinancing Total (CEO Endo.)
67,100,000 USD
Project Cost (CEO Endo.)
74,600,000 USD
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