Indonesia's Coral Reef Rehabilitation and Management Program: Lessons Learned from Phase I and Future Directions Public Deposited

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  • The Indonesian Coral Reef Rehabilitation and Management Program (COREMAP) is a 3 Phase, 18 year (1998 - 2016), USD 250 million national program aimed at protecting, rehabilitating and better managing Indonesia's coral reefs and their associated ecosystems and improving the livelihoods and incomes in target coastal communities where currently 60% of the mostly fisheries-dependent households are poor. The first Phase, which piloted CBM approaches, operated in 4 pilot sites and ran from 1998 - 2004. The second Phase runs from 2005 - 2010. There are substantial shifts in the design of Phase II driven by the lessons learned in Phase I and, more importantly, from recent lessons learnt in fisheries management, most notably the value of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and no-take zones. The paper summarizes the key lessons learned in COREMAP Phase I and outlines how these and others have been incorporated into the design of Phase II, dubbed "the acceleration Phase" which will expand the program to a significant portion (>25%) of the country's richest coral reef areas. There are significant risks in the approach adopted, the most important being the willingness of coastal communities to take on the responsibility for managing their coastal marine resources and the government supporting them to achieve this goal. This is the second paper on this topic in this Conference Proceedings. The first paper [1] gives an overview of the performance of the project, particularly of CBM and MCS at four pilot sites, while this paper looks more closely at the lessons learned from the whole Phase I Program.
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  • McElroy, James Kevin (Seamus), Peter Hunnam. 2004. Indonesia's Coral Reef Rehabilitation and Management Program: Lessons Learned from Phase I and Future Directions. Peer Review: No. In: Proceedings of the Twelfth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade, July 20-30, 2004, Tokyo, Japan: What are Responsible Fisheries? Compiled by Ann L. Shriver. International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade, Corvallis, Oregon, USA, 2004. CD ROM. ISBN 0-9763432-0-7
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