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Strengthen local capacity for Environmental Conservation and Development of Tourism in the archipelago of Myeik


Initiative timeframe: 2013/2015

Total initiative costs

€ 1,341,450.0
Reparted as
  • Loans -
  • Grants € 1,341,450.0

Dati finanziari aggiornati al 13.11.2015


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Myeik archipelago, Tanintharyi Region

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The project focuses on proper land management and pays particular attention to the protection of biodiversity in the National Marine Park of Lampi (PNML), Myeik archipelago, area of great environmental and cultural value. Currently, three main factors negatively affect such territory: poor land management, an exponential growth of the local population not coupled with a parallel development of public services, and the lack of diversification of the local economy, at present centered on fishing. In addition, increased competition is threatening local fishermen and causing an alarming degradation of marine and coastal resources. In order to improve this situation, OIKOS is offering specific training courses for the staff of the national park and other local actors, sensitising schools and communities through environmental education campaigns, launching an integrated system of water and waste management in three villages within the park and initiating ecotourism initiatives to stimulate the local economy. read more close

Main outcome

The project aims at improving planning and integrated management of coastal resources of Lampi Marine National Park through the capacity building of local stakeholders and the promotion of sustainable financing mechanisms and income-generating activities.

Initiative data

Initiative number 010178
Purpose Environmental policy and admin. mgmt
Sector General Environment Protection


Agency MAE - Direzione Generale per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo
Counterpart authority Ministry of Environmental Conservation and Forestry
Other financiers OIKOS Institute adds 538.550 euros to the budget. Therefore, the total cost of the project amounts to 1,793,000 euros.


The main direct beneficiaries are the following: • 800 students and 600 rural families sensitized on environment and sanitation • 10 PNLM officers and 75 local community members trained on natural resources management and involved in territory planning (at least 30% women) • 35 Forest Department officers and 10 local NGOs members trained on information systems, remote sensing, and sustainable management of marine and coastal resources (at least 30% women) • 125 local professionals trained in the tourism sector (at least 50% women) • 1500 people from fishermen’s villages with improved life conditions thanks to better water and waste management and ecological sanitation system.

Beneficiaries of which females 30.0%

OIKOS Institute

Status Ongoing
Type Works, Supply, Services
Procedure Call for Proposal
Procurement notice Tender preparation