Projects in Indonesia
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Projects in Indonesia
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Raising Community Awareness and Development of Conservation Education for School Children to Support Coral Reef Conservation in Tejakula, Buleleng District, North BaliThe Tejakula reefs sustain a high diversity of reef organisms, which support the livelihoods of coastal people with fisheries or tourism. Threats to the reefs include poor waste management, destructive fishing techniques, and increases in sea temperature, which bleach the corals. A lack of awareness by local stakeholders of the need to conserve coral reefs, has led to a decline in reef health, and a loss of reef species. The project aims to assist coastal communities, local government, youth, school teachers and children in understanding the importance and value of their reefs, and how they can protect them themselves.
Primate Species Surveys in JavaImmediate survey and assessments of the remaining primate species of Java.
Celebrate the International Year of Biodiversity by Increasing Awareness of Marine Biodiversity among Primary School Children in East Lombok - IndonesiaThe project aims to introduce and promote the importance the biodiversity of marine ecosystem to primary school children
Increasing Awareness of Marine Biodiversity among Primary School Children and Teachers in Lombok, Indonesia – Stage 2This project will help to create a knowledgeable, informed and empowered local community who are capable of independently working towards greater conservation of marine ecosystems in Lombok into the future.
Protecting Critically Endangered Sulawesi Crested Black Macaques (Macaca nigra) Through Education and Awareness Activities Across North SulawesiTo nurture national pride in the macaques & international recognition of their role as a flagship for biodiversity conservation, working cooperatively to reduce their threats.
Can Tree Spiking Reduce Illegal Logging in Indonesian Protected Areas?Can tree spiking reduce illegal logging in Indonesian Protected Areas?
Biodiversity and Natural History of Amphibians and Reptiles in Kerinci Seblat National Park, SumatraThis study will be based largely on field surveys of amphibians and reptiles in Kerinci Seblat National Park
Cipatujah Community Strengthening for Marine Turtle Conservation Management in West Java, IndonesiaIndonesian waters contain six of the seven species of marine turtle in the world. All six are protected by law, but not all nesting sites are within protected areas. This project will provide information for local people in Java to help them protect the turtles.
Forest Conservation Education for Youth in SumbawaThis project aims to raise the knowledge and awareness of local young people about the importance of forests in Batulanteh Watershed, Sumbawa. The objectives of this project are to: (1) Document stories related to local forest; (2) Identify local important plants in the forest and why they are important; and (3) Establish herbarium of the plants.
Assessing Sumatran Wild Cats Population And Conservation Status Using A Science-driven Approach to Conserve Sumatra’s Small CatsThe project aims to study felids guild in West-central Sumatra and their population trend over a decade (2004-14) as well as to provide protected area management a robust, science-based conservation intervention.
Assessing the Sustainability of the Harvesting of Orange-Headed Thrush Chicks on Bali, IndonesiaThis project aims to conduct the basis research that will enable an assessment of sustainability and generate key ecological knowledge from which more sophisticated research and monitoring programmes can be designed.
Recovering West Bali Tropical Deciduous Forest Ecosystem through Eradicating Invasive Weed and Native Tree Planting ProgramWest Bali National Park, located in the western part of Bali is the last stronghold for Balinese biodiversity. This lowland forest is home for endemic and critically endangered Bali Starling Leucopsar rothschildi. Despite of its important status, the West Bali National Park has suffered serious problem from invasion of exotic weed Lantana camara, Jatropha gossypifolia and Acacia nilotica which caused decreasing grazing area, inhibiting forest regeneration and inducing forest fire during long dry season. The aims of the project are (1) to control and reduce distribution of invasive weed and enlarge grazing area (2) to improve forest regeneration through planting native tree.
Generating Local Conservation of Javan Slow Lorises in Unprotected Habitat Areas in Tasikmalaya and CiamisThis project aims to contribute to loris conservation by: 1. Collecting baseline data on their distribution in unprotected habitat area in Tasikmalaya and Ciamis, and 2. Encourage involvement by the local community and will provide conservation education to the local schools near the habitat areas.
Population Density and the Conservation status of Belitung’s Tarsier in Belitung Island, IndonesiaThis project will study the population density and home range size of the rare nocturnal primate Tarsius bancanus saltator and identify critical resources for tarsiers' survival and adaptation in Belitung Island.
Ex Situ Conservation of Tarsius Bancanus Saltator on Belitung Island, Indonesia: A Pilot Project Near their Natural HabitatThe aim of the project is to study the enclosure design and enrichment of the captivity, provide information of the diet consumption, feeding behaviour and increase the awareness of the local people and local authorities of Tarsius bancanus ssp saltator in captivity, in order to promote conservation area in Belitung Island
Management of Coral Reef and Traditional Fishing Ground AreaThe project aims are to assist the Sebesi Island community in protecting their coral reef and traditional fishing ground. The project includes fisher community assistance, coral reef transplant training, coral reef rehabilitation and joint patrol for the traditional fishing ground.
Conservation of Critically Endangered Nepenthes clipeata on Mount KelamThe proposed project is aimed to measure current wild population of N. clipeata and to raise public awareness towards the pitcher plant conservation and its natural habitat.
Promoting the Conservation of Critically Endangered Nepenthes clipeata in West Kalimantan, IndonesiaThe proposed project is aimed to promote the conservation of N. clipeata in West Kalimantan.
Setting Priorities for the Indonesian OtterFour species of otters occur in Indonesia, two of which are locally endangered. This project will gather data , identify the main threats to their existence, and set priorities for their conservation.
Conservation of Sulawesi Lowland Rainforest at Bogani Nani Wartabone National Park, IndonesiaThis project will build a team of local conservationists who will work to protect an important area of forest in Sulawesi.
The Anoa Conservation Project, SulawesiAnoa are an endangered species of small buffalo endemic to Sulawesi, Indonesia, under threat from habitat destruction, hunting and possibly disease.
Development of Community Based Tourism in Bondalem Village, Bali Province, Indonesia, as Part of Bondalem Marine Manage Area (MMA) Threats Control and ManagementThis project aims to strengthen coastal management through MMA by developing a community based tourism that can provide an income alternative, promotion of a better tourism and fishing practice, as well as community tools to raise MMA management fund.
Strengthen Community Based Tourism Initiative in Bondalem Village, Bali Province, Indonesia, as Part of Bondalem Marine Management Area (MMA) Threats ManagementThis project aims to reinforce and sustain the MMA, by developing community based tourism that can provide an alternative income, promote more sustainable tourism and fishing practices, as well as developing tools for the community and build their capacity to raise funds for the MMA management.
Formulation and Implementation of an Awareness Campaign and Conservation Strategy Plan of Nycticebus in Indonesia: Mitigation of Main Threats to their SurvivalThe aim of the project is to increase the awareness and the protection of slow lorises (Nycticebus) in Indonesia through media and campaigning and law enforcement efforts.
Formulation and Implementation of an Awareness Campaign and Conservation Strategy Plan for Nycticebus in Indonesia: Mitigation of the Main Threats to their SurvivalThe aim is to increase the awareness of the slow loris as a protected species, leading to a decrease in the supply and demand of this species, which will consequently reduce the numbers of animals in trade.