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Objectives: To build the capacity of Fijian conservation professionals to conserve forest resources through the establishment of protected areas, management planning processes and monitoring frameworks.
Objectives: Is the sustainable management of natural recourses for the communities of Mount Nabukelevu for the benefit of their future generations
Objectives: To work with the SSGs at these two IBAs/KBAs and build on their enthusiasm and drive to protect their own forests. The short-term impacts of this project include the development of two community-based, community-monitored and community-managed Pas where the local people organised in two strong Site Support Groups, will benefit from sustainable agriculture and income-generating activities that are compatible with forest conservation.
Objectives: The overall purpose of this project is to contribute to the conservation of forests in the Pacific, for the benefit of birds, other biodiversity, and people.
Objectives: Researching and Identifying Important Bird Areas; Assisting the technical training of Fijian conservationists in terrestrial conservation; Increasing awareness of conservation and ; The raising of resources for the sustainable management of IBAssustainable development across all sectors of society
Objectives: To promote and sustain environmental education, conservation and development activities on the Fijian island of Kadavu, in order to protect its endangered (bird) species and their habitats
Objectives: The overall goal of the project is to contribute to the conservation of the threatened montane forests on the island of Kadavu in Fiji, for the benefit of the birds, biodiversity and people that depend on these forests.
Objectives: To work closely with the Site Support Groups for Vatu-i-Ra, Mabualau and the Ringgold islands to develop their capacities in monitoring and biosecurity, in management planning and PA development, and in implementing sustainable income-generating activities.
Objectives: The aim of this project is to gather information, and to find nesting burrows of petrels within the KBA on Kadavu. This, in addition to the establishment of artificial burrows will allow nest protection and local rat control to be initiated. The project will implement education and raise awareness about petrel conservation in Nabukelevu, around Kadavu, and across Fiji in general.
Objectives: to establish initial community-based protected areas at two unprotected sites (the Natewa / Tunuloa Peninsular FJ03 and Viti Levu Southern Highlands FJ10) and to develop initial management plans for a further two sites that had existing protected areas (Wabu / Tomaniivi FJ07 and Taveuni FJ04)