FAO | IKAN ADAPT: Strengthening The Adaptive Capacity, Resilience and Biodiversity Conservation Ability of Fisheries and Aquaculture-Dependent Livelihoods in Timor-Leste. Progress Report: July 2022 to December 2022
- The project has progressed strongly with stakeholder engagements and secondary data collection at the district level, and the design and testing of processes for vulnerability assessment and participatory design of interventions with communities. The next project quarter will see these engagements rolled out and community-level interventions identified. Meetings with key stakeholders at district levels have provided the inputs for the selection of subdistrict areas with the highest vulnerabilities. Coastal aquaculture suitability mapping and modelling have commenced with a synthesis of available information, and the first new data acquisition processes. This will encompass the entire coast of Timor-Leste as a much-needed input to planning processes but will also be important in the selection of community-level interventions for IkanAdapt.
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