MFF Indonesia

Gender maintreaming through training in organic recycling methods, Muara Angke, Jakarta, MFF Indonesia project

MFF activities in Indonesia are supporting local communities to restore and manage coastal ecosystems in order to improve the benefits obtained. Priority is being given to building awareness on the economic value of coastal resources, and MFF across the regionto supporting coastal livelihoods, climate change and resilience-building.
 

Local communities, including students, are learning about the importance of mangroves for storm protection, fisheries support, climate change adaptation and mitigation, and also their cultural significance. This is being achieved through community involvement and gender mainstreaming in mangrove rehabilitation activities, including seedling production, sound planting practices and generating new economic opportunities.
 
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