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Project ID:00131252Description:Terumbu Karang Sehat Indonesia
Global Fund for Coral Reefs
Start Date *:
Programme Cycle 1
End Date*: 31 Dec 2029
Country: Indonesia Project Status: On Going
  Participating Organization:   CI - Conservation International

Indonesia’s coral reefs are among the largest, most diverse and resilient in the world.1 Within Indonesia, the GFCR programme will focus on two priority coral reef sites—the Bird’s Head Seascape (BHS) and Pulau Sumba (Sumba). In the BHS, the programme will: a) diversify sustainable revenue streams to the Marine Protected Area (MPA) network to ensure effective protection of critical coral reef ecosystems and the prevention of destructive fishing; and b) will invest in the marine tourism industry to ensure it is better managed, associated threats to reefs are reduced, and Papuan communities’ benefit. In Palau Sumba, the programme will invest in transforming the rapidly growing seaweed mariculture industry to demonstrate coral-positive, equitable, and profitable models that can be replicated nationally, per the ambition of the Indonesian Government. Across both regions, the programme will focus on the direct incubation of scalable reef-positive enterprise investments.


Fund-level expected results:

Bird’s Head Seascape

  • Fish biomass of key functional groups is stable across the Bird’s Head Seascape MPA network
  • Live coral cover is stable across the Bird’s Head Seascape MPA network
  • 40% of priority coral reef ecosystems in the BHS are under more effective protection and management


  • [Target metrics to be revised based on updated baseline assessment in initial programme phase]
  • [•]% increase in biomass for selected reef fish families
  • [•]% increase [or no net loss] in live coral cover associated with addressable acute threat abatement


•1:[7] ratio of grants vs. non-grant investment catalyzed for programme coral reef conservation activities


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If you have questions about this programme you may wish to contact the RC office in Indonesia or the lead agency for the programme. The MPTF Office Portfolio Manager (or Country Director with Delegation of Authority) for this programme:

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