|Title||Annual Report 2022|
|Year of Publication||2022|
|Authors||Tan, A. ; Sabonsolin-Bautista A.; Yosoya, L.; Baisac, J.; Delizo Jr., D.; Isok, F.; Lozada, A.|
|Coastal Conservation and Education Foundation, Inc.|
|Abstract||This year brought some horrific storms that caused coastal destruction to parts of the Philippines but as I review the activities of our CCEF team, I see that all the CCEF projects are aimed to build resilience within coastal communities and resilience and restoration of their coastal habitats and ecosystems.
Because CCEF, in all of its projects, works directly with communities to support their marine conservation, waste management, tourism, and livelihood development, it is building community and environmental resilience in a variety of forms.
This year work progressed on continuing projects together with several new projects highlighted in our Annual Report. The ongoing work supported by the Wildlife Conservation Society to enhance fisheries and improve the management of marine protected areas in Siquijor Island is a cornerstone for the Foundation. Our work to support mangrove rehabilitation, address poor waste management, and marine protected areas with benefits to communities with the continuing support of UNICO from Australia and other donors noted in the report is highly appreciated. These projects produce many tangible results at the field level and involve many community members.
|File||CCEF Annual Report 2022_sm|