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Project Brief

Conserving Marine Biodiversity through Enhanced Marine Park Management and Inclusive Sustainable Island Development


Project Brief

Project Title : Conserving Marine Biodiversity Through Enhanced Marine Park Management and Inclusive Sustainable Island Development
Project Number : PIMS 1040
Executing Agency : Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment
Implementing Agency : Department of Marine Park Malaysia
Duration : 5 Years
Effective Starting : 1 March 2007
Expected End : February 2012
Project Sites : Pulau Redang, Pulau Tioman, Pulai Sibu dan Pulau Tinggi
Project Costs : Total USD 4,130,294
UNDP/ GEF : USD 2,127,150
Government of Malaysia : USD 2,003,144


The Marine Parks project is undertaken by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) together with the Government of Malaysia. The Department of Marine Park Malaysia (DMPM) under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (NRE) is responsible to implement the project in a period of five years.
PROJECT GOAL: To ensure the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in Malaysia and sustainable island development.
PROJECT OBJECTIVE: To achieve enhanced Marine Park Management and inclusive sustainable island development.
10 Project Outputs have been identified through a process of 7 Outcomes which can be summarized as:-
Figure 1 – Project Logical Framework
The project will strengthen the system of marine protected areas in Malaysia and thereby contribute to the conservation of globally significant biodiversity. The project targets 164,534.2 hectares of sea, under improved management, for the conservation of marine biodiversity.
The project will build upon significant nationally driven initiatives to conserve the marine biodiversity of east coast Peninsular Malaysia. Project activities will be carried out in three marine parks, chosen as the pilot locations - Pulau Tioman Pahang, Pulau Redang Terengganu and Pulau Sibu-Tinggi Johor.
Figure 2 – Location of Project Sites
The project is designed to widen the existing development planning processes, to strengthen the capacity for marine park management and to enable an influential advocacy for the conservation of marine biodiversity in Malaysia. Stakeholder involvement is crucial to the success of the project and has been incorporated into all objectives.
The project also has activities on the national and systemic level as well as for ensuring to the extent possible the replicability of new initiatives demonstrated in the three project sites. Therefore, it is hoped that after the end of this project, all the marine protected areas in Peninsular Malaysia and Labuan are under improved management in order to better address threats to marine biodiversity.


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