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Keterlibatan Masyarakat Dalam Pengelolaan Kawasan Pesisir dan Laut

Kegiatan hybrid engineering ini dilaksanakan di Desa Timbulsloko, Kecamatan Sayung, abupaten
Demak, Provinsi Jawa Tengah. Pemilihan lokasi ini mengacu pada lokasi program Pengembangan
Desa Pesisir Tangguh (PDPT) yang dilaksanakan oleh Kementerian Kelautan dan Perikanan (KKP). Bekerjasama dengan KKP, struktur hybrid engineering telah dibangun di dukuh Bogorame dan dukuh Wonorejo, Desa Timbulsloko pada bulan Oktober‐November tahun 2013.

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Pelatihan “Pemetaan Ekosistem dan Rehabilitasi Pantai Berbasis Masyarakat di Kabupaten Sikka dan Lembata “ Propinsi Nusa Tenggara Timur

Dalam pelatihan ini, peserta difokuskan untuk memperoleh pemahaman dan pengetahuan tentang
aspek-aspek dalam pengelolaan ekosistem pesisir dalam konteks Pengurangan Resiko Bencana
(PRB) dan perubahan iklim (adaptasi dan mitigasi) berbasis masyarakat. Pengetahuan dasar mengenai ekosistem, restorasi, perubahan iklim dan kebencanaan disampaikan pada awal pelatihan guna menyeragamkan pemahaman peserta terlebih dahulu. Secara khusus, pelatihan ini
memberikan pengetahuan dan pengalaman kepada peserta tentang tata cara mengelola atau melaksanakan rehabilitasi pesisir.

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Community Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment in the Context of Disaster Risk Reduction

This assessment of vulnerability level and capacity at the sites mentored by WIIP was designed to ascertain the characteristics and frequency of hazards faced by the local community, as well as the capacity possessed by the community, and the sites vulnerable to disaster impact. The authors are aware that this report is far from perfect. Field constraints were a limiting factor in the acquisition of data and information.Nevertheless, the authors hope that all the information contained in this report will be of use to the community, local village and district/municipal governments, as well as to other parties who have an interest in reducing the disaster risk at those sites, and that in future it will be a consideration in sustainable ecosystem management, and in deciding on mitigation steps for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR).

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Wetlands International Annual Report 2013

The “red thread” for our work in 2013 was our increasing connection, dialogue and influence with other civil society organisations, business and industry. As you glance through the Achievements section in the report, you will see many concrete examples of this, with on-ground and policy results evident from the local to global scale. Through our major programmes we have demonstrated how wetlands play a vital role in securing biodiversity, strengthening livelihoods, increasing community resilience natural hazards like floods and droughts and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

 

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Our Achievements 2011 - 2013

This document presents to what extent we have achieved the collective targets we set ourselves for the period 2011-2015. It presents our main achievements until the end of 2013.

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2014 Annual Plan and Budget

 As our Brand Promise states: Wetlands International is “driven by the knowledge that safeguarding and restoring wetlands is urgent and vital for water security, biodiversity, climate regulation, sustainable development and human health”. We aim to stop the degradation of wetlands and to maximise benefits to people and nature through wetland conservation, restoration and wise use.

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Annual Report and Accounts 2012

The Annual Report 2012 describes the achievements of Wetland International’s global network of offices over the year 2012. The audited Annual Accounts 2012 consist of the (consolidated) accounts of the Foundation Wetlands International and the Association Wetlands International.

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Annual Report and Accounts 2011

The Annual Report 2011 describes the achievements of Wetland International’s global network of offices over the year 2011. The audited Annual Accounts 2011 consist of the consolidated accounts of Stichting Wetlands International, including the 2011 accounts from all offices worldwide, and the Association Wetlands International. (Stichting Wetlands International is a foundation established under Dutch law and based in Ede, the Netherlands) Enjoy the read!

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2011 At a Glance

As an organisation, Wetlands International made big strides forward in 2011. These will help us achieve the goals of our new 10-year Strategic Intent (2011-2020). With the seal of good governance from the Dutch Central Bureau on Fundraising under our belt, and growing recognition of our distinctive approach and niche, we proudly share with you some highlights of 2011. Enjoy the read!

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Wetlands International Annual Plan and Budget 2013

This plan sets out Wetlands International’s priorities for the coming year and translates the Strategic Intent into concrete activities and linked results we aim to achieve by the end of the year.

 

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Annual Review 2010

Our annual review provides a great and global overview of all our achievements, our projects, our publications and other products, our donors and our financial situation.

 

 

 

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Annual Report 2010

The Annual Report 2010 of Wetlands International Africa summarises the projects and achievements of our Africa team over 2010. There is a French and English version.

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Annual Review 2009

The review charts the main achievements, as well as projects, finance and publications of Wetlands International during 2009. Furthermore, it highlights our work in relation to the Copenhagen Climate summit and a personal story from one of our projects. New this year is also our Climate Neutrality Report, as promised in last year’s Annual Review.

 

 

 

 

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Rapport Annuel 2009 (Afrique)

Nous avons décidé d’en faire une tradition pour partager avec vous les secrets et les angoisses des zones humides, pour vous inviter à nous rejoindre dans cette formidable aventure de conservation de la vie sur terre pour les générations futures. Nous avons le plaisir de vous présenter le rapport annuel 2009. We have chosen to make it a tradition to share with you the secrets and the problems of  wetlands and we invite you to join us in this great adventure of preserving life on Earth for future generations.  It is our pleasure to present to you the 2009 annual report.

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Indonesia Programme's Summary 2005-2009

This publication is a 5-year overview of the activities of the Wetlands International Indonesia Programme (WI-IP). Wetlands International Indonesia Programma (WI-IP) is part of the global network of Wetlands International, working at global, regional, national and local levels to achieve the goals of conservation and wise use of wetlands, as a contribution to the realisation of sustainable development. Its mission is:  to sustain and conserve wetlands, including their resources and biodiversity for future generations. To achieve this mission, WI-IP does and will continue to work together with all relevant elements of society and government, including educational institutions, media and the private sector. 

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Ringkasan Profil Kegiatan

Wetlands International (WI-IP) adalah bagian dari jaringan global Wetlands International, yang merupakan Organisasi Non-Pemerintah dan bekerja secara global, regional, nasional hingga lokal untuk mencapai tujuan konservasi dan pemanfaatan lahan basah secara bijaksana, sebagai bentuk sumbangan bagi terwujudnya pembangunan secara berkelanjutan.  WI-IP, semula bernama Asian Wetlands Bureau (AWB-IP) telah beroperasi di Indonesia sejak tahun 1987 atas dasar Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) antara Wetlands International dengan Pemerintah Indonesia c.q. Departemen Kehutanan c.q. Direktur Jenderal PHKA.

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Rapport Annuel 2008 - Wetlands International Afrique

Ce rapport annuel de Wetlands International Afrique retrace les activités et les réalisations de l'année 2008. Il n'est disponible qu'en français et en version électronique pour cette édition.
 
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Annual Review 2008

The Annual Review 2008 charts the main achievements, as well as projects, finance and publications of Wetlands International during 2008. Furthermore, it highlights our work in relation to climate change adaptation and on incentive mechanisms for community-based wetland management. As you can read in the Achievements and projects sections of this review, Wetlands International was highly active in all regions during 2008. The outcomes that we achieved in 2008 are important in themselves, but most are just steps towards much longer-term goals to bring about lasting benefits to people and nature. 

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Annual Review 2007

Our Annual Review 2007 covers our global organisation and presents the financial information, all our projects, publications and achievements. Wetlands International clearly demonstrated in 2007 the important role it can play as a science-based organisation that can act as a global witness - bringing key facts from the field to the attention of policy-makers. A good example of this was our role in highlighting and quantifying the role of wetlands and especially peatlands as the worlds’ biggest natural terrestrial carbon stores – and demonstrating that through restoration of damaged wetlands we can cost-effectively reduce emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) and even halt and reverse them, through carbon sequestration. Equally our role in a number of global and regional projects addressing the avian influenza threat has been to provide data on waterbirds and wetlands so as to contribute to the understanding of how the disease spreads, analyse risks and help countries to make preparations for an outbreak.

 

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3 Year Review 2004-2007

In November 2004, Wetlands International confirmed its ten year Strategic Intent and established 5 year targets, linked with four major Goals. In this document, we bring together an overview of the achievements of our work in the period 2005-2007, towards the 5 year targets under each Goal area. The data on our achievements from across the office network were collated on a web-based information system. This information base and personal communications were used to compile this document. Our progress over 3 years is presented, target by target, highlighting one key achievement, some of the other significant achievements – and by providing some comment on the status and outlook for our work in each case.

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Annual Review 2006

The annual Review 2006 of Wetlands International presents our achievements, more than 100 projects worldwide and dozens of new publications. The establishment of Wetlands International offices as legal entities in Malaysia, South Asia and South America in 2006 was an important step in reinforcing our worldwide legal structure. We also witnessed growth in the portfolios and influence of some of our smaller offices, including Argentina, Mali, India and China. Our office in Dakar, Senegal, began to play a significant role in coordinating implementation of major projects and policy initiatives across Africa, such as the Wetlands and Poverty Reduction and the Wings over Wetlands flyway projects. Our outreach and presence in Africa increased significantly during 2006 as we developed collaborative working relationships with many partner organisations, including development and aid agencies.

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Annual Review 2005

Wetlands International Annual Review 2005 shows clearly the successful development of Wetlands International in 2005; with more than 100 projects and publications described. A clear illustration is the brief description of all our projects and publication in 2005. The annual review contains also more extended articles about our achievement in 2005 regarding wetland biodiversity, water management, livelihood and the more scientific knowledgebase. In 2005, we also started a major project in Africa and South East Asia to highlight the potential for wetland conservation and wise use to contribute to improving livelihoods in some of the world’s poorest regions. Moreover, soon after the disastrous tsunami in Asia, Wetlands International began the management of the ‘Green Coast’ partnership project in five affected countries.

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Annual Review 2004

Wetlands International Annual Review 2004

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Wetlands International 2003 Annual Review

The Wetlands International Annual Review 2003 shows the project highlights of our Species, Inventory, Wise Use and Capacity Building programmes over the past year. It includes a "spotlight" on the cross-cutting African/Eurasian Migratory Waterbird Flyway Project that was approved last year and will start implementation in 2005. Throughout 2003 we continued our efforts to develop and implement globally applicable standards and procedures. The completion of the revised legal structure in The Netherlands was a major outcome and provides a platform for legal links to all Wetlands International’s offices. Furthermore, the Board of Directors met twice in 2003, working largely through a committee structure and is reviewing its own progress and operations. The annual review also features the recent highly successful Waterbirds Around the World conference, held in Edinburgh in April 2004.

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Wetlands International 2002 Annual Review

The Wetlands International Annual Review 2002 reports on our project progress and achievements over the past year. In 2002 the programme saw the successful continuation of the International Waterbird Census. Important publications based on the census data and on input through the Wetlands International network were produced and several other publications were developed and will be published in 2003. The focus is also on the development of assessment and monitoring tools in order to establish appreciation of wetland values and to help identify conservation actions and priorities. The concept of wise use is identified as one of Wetlands Inter national’s guiding principles in working towards wetlands conservation at a global level. the organisation aims to enhance wise use of wetlands through increasing wetland management skills and raising awareness of wetland values and functions. Capacity building is a cross cutting theme and a wide range of activities have been undertaken in the preceding thematic programmes.

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Wetlands International 2001 Annual Review

The Wetlands International Annual Review 2001 reports on our project progress and achievements over the past year. 2001 was a watershed year for Wetlands International. We have demonstrated that we are a mature organisation and able to assess our strengths and weaknesses and take major decisions to ensure our relevance in a rapidly changing world. In different regions of the world Wetlands International undertook a wide range of activities to promote, facilitate and implement wetland conservation at international, national and local levels. Internally, we have developed a new program structure that builds on our past successes and recognises the need for change. Significant changes to the governance and executive structures were agreed at the third Board of Member Meeting and are being implemented.

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Wetlands International 2000 Annual Review

The Wetlands International Annual Review 2000 reports on our project progress and achievements over the past year. In 2000, Wetlands International was five years old and has 21 offices across the globe with a staff of over 120. A quick summary of the success stories in this review show how we are dependent on the involvement and support of people and organisations. Effective partnership is crucial to our work and takes place on a number of different levels. This review highlights some of the major achievements by Wetlands International in 2000. It shows why Wetlands International is unique in that it is the only global international organisation working solely for the conservation of wetlands.

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