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East Asian Seas Region: Development and Implementation of Public Private Partnerships in Environmental Investments

The objectives of the project are: To build confidence and capabilities in public-private sector partnerships (PPP) as a viable means of financing and sustaining environmental facilities and services for the protection and sustainable use of the marine and coastal resources of the East Asian Seas region. To verify a PPP working model and related guidelines, resulting in the formation of public-private partnerships at the local government level To build capacity within and among the public and private sectors to effectively develop, finance, implement and sustain new investments in environmental facilities and services utilizing the PPP approach, within the East Asian Seas region and elsewhere

 

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http://www.pemsea.org

Indonesian Sea (LME) , Gulf of Thailand (LME) , Sulu-Celebes Sea (LME) , South China Sea (LME) , East China Sea (LME) , Yellow Sea (LME)


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General information
GEF ID 2188
Project type Medium-Sized Project
Project Status Project Completion
Start Date 01 Sep 2003
End Date 31 Dec 2009
Project documents
Mid-term Evaluation
Proposal Preparation
Report
Terminal Evaluation
GEF characteristic:
Focal Area International Waters
GEF Allocation to project 1.00M US$
Total Cost of the project: 1.80M US$
Partners
Cambodia , China , Indonesia , Korea Democratic People's Republic of , Malaysia , Philippines , Thailand

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)


Project contacts
Mr. Jean-Claude Sainlos Senior Deputy Director of Marine Environment Divison
Dr. Chua Thia-Eng Chair Emeritus
Dr. Won-Tae Shin Programme Specialist
Jed Saet webmaster
Mr. Jose Erezo Padilla Regional technical Adviser(RTA)