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Capacity building of local government and community members for Mangrove Restoration

Inception Workshop


Mangroves are among the most ecologically, economically, and socially valuable ecosystems. This coastal ecosystem has long been known for providing various ecosystem services such as food resources and livelihood for the local community, prevention of abrasion, floods, pollutions, and the adverse effects of ocean surges. By having 3-5 times more carbon stocks than any other lowland forests, this unique ecosystem has great potential in regulating global climate and conserving biodiversity.

Restoring Coastal Landscape for Adaptation Integrated Mitigation Project (ReCLAIM) is designed to measure the capacity of mitigation and adaptation of the degraded mangroves to the climate change compared with healthy mangroves to obtain an understanding of the appropriate restoration actions. Diponegoro University and Yayasan Inspirasi Keluarga KeSEMat (IKAMat), in collaboration with CIFOR, organized an Inception Workshop “Capacity Building for Local Government and Local Community on Mangrove Restoration” to introduce the ReCLAIM program to all participants where background, objectives, methods, and expected outcomes of this project was shared. Support by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation have made this endeavor possible.


  • Introduce the range of capacity building activities planned for relevant stakeholders to be undertaken by ReCLAIM project
  • Invite feedback from stakeholders via participatory discussions on planned activities at three project sites
  • Enhance the knowledge and build capacity of local governments and local communities on mangrove restoration


Introduction to ReCLAIM program

Panel Talk Show 1

Panel Talk Show 2


This online seminar was conducted in Bahasa Indonesia


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