Effectively conserve and restore critical habitats by engaging all community members (adat, women, youth, people with disabilities) and MPA managers.
These critical habitats face challenges such as over exploitation, conversion/destruction to the habitats and pollution of marine resources either from the community living in the area or by perpetrators coming from outside of the area.
The protection of these critical areas can be done through two stages:
The Establishment of A New Marine Protected Area
This is in accordance with the Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD) that requires the Government of Indonesia to establish 32.5 million hectares of MPAs that are managed effectively by 2030.
Facilitating Effective Management of The Existing MPAs
By raising the community awareness about the value of conservation for livelihood and engaging the community in conservation work , especially with the female groups (Sasi), youth and indigenous community.