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Proceedings of the ATSEA 2 Inception Meeting

Publication Date: 
Friday, December 13, 2019
Publication Type: 
Only Available Online

The Inception Workshop of the GEF/UNDP Project on Implementation of Arafura and Timor Seas Regional and National Strategic Programs: Second Phase of the Arafura-Timor Seas Ecosystem Action Program (ATSEA 2) was held at the Swiss-Belresort Watu Jimbar, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia on 18 November 2019.

The Workshop was attended by representatives from Indonesia, Timor Leste, Papua New Guinea and Australia. Representatives from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Country Offices of Indonesia, Timor Leste and Papua New Guinea, and the UNDP Regional Hub Bangkok were also present on behalf of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the UNDP. Stakeholder partner organizations from the Coral Triangle Center (CTC), World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Indonesia, Indonesian Seas Large Marine Ecosystem (ISLME), and Yayakan Conservasi Alam Nusantara (YKAN) were also represented during the Workshop. The PEMSEA Resource Facility (PRF) served as Secretariat for the Workshop, with local support from UNDP Indonesia.

The publication summarizes the proceedings of the Inception Workshop. Powerpoint presentations delivered during the workshop are herewith accessible.

ATSEA2/DOC/01 Inception Workshop Objectives
ATSEA2/DOC/02 ATSEA1 Background and Lessons Learned
ATSEA2/DOC/03 Project Structure, Overall Goals, Objectives and Outcomes
ATSEA2/DOC/04 Project Strategic Results Framework
ATSEA2/DOC/05 Stakeholder Partnership Forum
ATSEA2/DOC/06 YCAN TNC Presentation
ATSEA2/DOC/07 ISLME Presentation
ATSEA2/DOC/08 CTC Presentation

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