Vacancy Announcement: Technical Program Senior Manager of CTI-CFF Regional Secretariat – ( TPSM )

Date: 
02 February 2018
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A. Background

The Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries, and Food Security (CTI-CFF), also known as the Coral Triangle Initiative (CTI), is a multilateral partnership of six countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Timor-Leste.

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Vacancy Announcement: Communications and Information Manager of CTI-CFF Regional Secretariat

Date: 
06 January 2018
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New Program to Promote Sustainable Fishing Practices in The Arafura Sea

Date: 
18 October 2017
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Capacity Strengthening for NCC Indonesia: Technical Guidance on Communication Strategy and on Proposal Writing

Date: 
17 October 2017
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Call for Applications: Announcing and Taking Applications for The CTI-CFF Women’s Intergenerational Leadership Learning Forum

Date: 
26 September 2017
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ANNOUNCEMENT: BEACH CLEAN-UPS & CAMPAIGNS AGAINST MARINE PLASTICS DEBRIS in MARCH-APRIL 2018

Date: 
20 February 2018
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Marine plastics debris is becoming a major concern globally. As early as 2015, a research published in the journal Science has ranked the top 20 plastic polluters and found that most of the plastic entering into the ocean comes from China, followed by Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam and Sri Lanka. The study found that China, being the highest contributor to plastic marine debris contributed ca. 1.32 to 3.52 million tonnes a year, and Indonesia ca. 0.5-1.3 million tonnes per year (Jambeck et al., 2015).

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Well-respected Indonesian Coral Expert Reveals The Current Health Index of Corals of Indonesia

Date: 
29 January 2018
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The CTI-CFF Regional Secretariat (RS) with NCC Indonesia hosted a public lecture entitled ‘Health Index of Corals of Indonesia” presented by Prof. Dr. Suharsono, a well-respected Indonesian coral expert from the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) at the RS Headquarters Manado, Indonesia, Monday, 29 January 2018.

The coral reefs health Index is measured by the percentage of live coral cover, rubble, targeted fish biomass, fleshy seaweed as well as resilience potential. The scale of coral reefs health index ranges from 1 to 10, where the value of 1 is characterized, as "very bad" to the value of 10 is "very good".

Prof. Suharsono highlights some important key findings which are generated from 366 (three hundred sixty-six) monitoring posts located in 31 different locations across Western to Eastern parts of Indonesia for the period of 1993-2016 under the Coral Rehabilitation and Management Program Coral Triangle Initiative (COREMAP-CTI), which include:

  1. The coral health index is needed to manage the coral reef and other related ecosystems.
  2. In 2016, the status of the coral reefs condition in Western of Indonesia has the best coverage compared with Central and Eastern part of Indonesia.
  3. The average of Coral reefs health index in Indonesia ranges from 3, 5, and 6. Nevertheless, there are 5 monitoring posts with the index of 10 (very good) and 14 monitoring posts with the index of 1 (very bad).

On the same occasion, Prof. Dr. Widi A. Pratikto, the Executive Director of CTI-CFF appealed to the other five Coral Triangle member countries to publish and socialize similar health index of corals (and these should be made available) – especially to the related authority stakeholders.

On behalf of LIPI, Prof. Suharsono also announced an opportunity for fellow scientists and related organizations across CT6 member countries to participate in a limited upcoming Regional Training on Reef Health Monitoring in October 2018. More information please visit www.lipi.go.id or email at humas@mail.lipi.go.id

Download the presentation here.
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Indonesian Sea Statistics

Total coral reef 2.5 million km2
Total land area 5 million km2
Total sea area 3.1 million km2
Territorial sea (12 miles) 0.3 million km2
Continent shelf 1.5 million km2
Economic Exclusive Zone 2.7 million km2
Total shoreline 108,920 km
Number of islands 16,056*
Length
  • West - East: 5,100 km
  • North - South: 1,888 km

*named and verified amount reported by the Indonesian Government to the United Nations Conference on the Standardization of Geographical Names (UNCSG) as of August 2017

Written by Andie Wibianto

GIZ BMUB Sulu-Sulawesi Seascape Project: Project Implementation Review

Date: 
23 January 2018
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Partnerships for a safe haven for green turtles in the Philippines, and beyond

Date: 
22 January 2018
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CTI-CFF Participates in Global Marine and Coastal Issues Meetings

Date: 
12 December 2017
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