This training aims to provide participants with insights on the planning methodology for Marine Protected Areas, called Conservation Action Planning (CAP). CAP is a straightforward and proven approach for planning, implementing, and measuring success for conservation projects. The methodology was developed by conservation practitioners working in real places. It has been tested and deployed successfully by hundreds of teams working to conserve species, sites, ecosystems, landscapes, and seascapes across the globe. While the training will use examples from all over the world, there is a strong focus on the Indonesian situation.
To learn foundational methodological processes for maximizing the effectiveness of MPA planning and management.
To enhance the ability of MPA managers to design projects using ‘Miradi’ as a support tool.
MPA management practitioners from government agencies, NGOs, and other co-managing user groups.
S1 (BSc) or equivalent, with a working knowledge of English. Participants will preferably have basic knowledge on marine ecosystems and fisheries management.
This training can be given in Bahasa Indonesian and/ or English.
Four full days, but can be extended as necessary if final production of a tangible CAP document is desired.