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Blue Forests began work in 2000 in Indonesia, initially as Yayasan Akar Rumput Laut, then as Mangrove Action Project - Indonesia before founding Yayasan Hutan Biru (Blue Forests) in 2011.
 
We have worked in 13 Provinces in Indonesia, as well as several countries in SE and South Asia.  Our programs are often integrated including Environmental Education, Ecological Mangrove Rehabilitation, Coastal Field Schools and Coastal Business Schools (livelihoods programs), as well as Good Governance and the Development of Adaptive Collaborative Management Systems.
 
All of our programs are geared towards empowering rural coastal community members to rehabilitate, sustainably utilize and conserve their precious mangrove and coastal resources. A table of our specific programs over the years is provided below.
 
 
Years Major Donors Work Regions Notable Activities/Outcomes Key Documents
1999 - 2004 Packard Foundation, USAID - NRM, Goldman Foundation, Seacology National: North Sulawesi, Central Java, Riau Do Your Own Mangrove Action Project - Curriculum, Coatal Commmunity Resource Center Development, First EMR Trial (Tiwoho, North Sulawesi) Do Your Own Mangrove Action Project Curriculum (eng/Bhs), Illustrated 5 Step EMR Manual (eng/bhs), CCRC Concept - Tiwoho Village Bunaken National Park
    International: Thailand, Sri Lanka, Cambodia In the Hands of the Fisherfolk Workshops IHOF #8, 9 and 10 Reports
2005-2009 Goldman Foundation, Seacology, Global Green Grants, USAID-ESP, WWF-EFN, Conservation, Food and Health, Lemelson Foundation, Christensen Foundation, IUCN, ICCO, Cottonwood Foundation, Marisla Foundation, Lumpkin Foundation, Project Aware, Working Assets, Zoological Society of London, Australian Red Cross National: North Sulawesi, Central Java, Riau, North Sumatra Continued Ecological Mangrove Rehabilitation and Workshops, Sustainable Livelihood Alternative Development, Continued CCRC Development,  Environmental Education Programs, Mangrove Atlas Creation CCRC Central Java Report, Jelajah NUSA Curriculum, Bengkalis Mangrove Atlas, IUCN OAPN Documents;  Resilience Thinking Applied to Indonesian Mangroves, Kebijakan Untuk Mangroves, 6 Step EMR Poster, Post-disaster Rapid Coastal Assessment Manual (Bhs Indonesia), EMR Paper - Lewis (bhs), EMR Workshop Simeulue Island
    International: Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Malaysia, Timor Leste Ecological Mangrove Rehabilitation Workshops EMR Workshop Reports -  Sri Lanka, Malaysia
         
2010-2015 CIDA - OXFAM-GB - Good Planet South Sulawesi 480 hectares of EMR, Development and Implementation of 71 Coastal Field Schools (CFS), Development of Tanakeke Island Mangrove Management regulations Annual Reports (Years 1-4), EMR Manual, Mangrove Journal Articles (6), S.A.P.I.EN.S Journal Paper
USAID Aceh Advocacy for natural regeneration, EMR workshops, 10 Coastal Field Schools. Springer - Post-Tsunami Hazard Reconstruction and Restoraiton Chapter
USAID Papua Formulation of Multi-stakeholder Mangrove Management Working Group, Development of District wide Mangrove and Lowland Swamp Forest Management Regulations (PERDA) and Integrated Management Plan, 10 Coastal Field Schools, Study on Sustainable Resource Utilization Potential Integrated Management Plan for Mimika Mangroves and Lowland Swamp Forest (long-version), Integrated Management Plan (user-friendly version)
         
2015-2020        
USAID Papua, West Kalimantan    
Dutch Government Central Java 10 Coastal Field Schools, Advocacy for National Adoption of Coastal Field Schools, Community Organizing for Development of Coastal Protection  
  USAID Timor Leste    
2016-2023 World Resources Institute Gorontalo, South Sulawesi, West Sulawesi, East Kalimantan, Riau Feasibility Assessments for EMR in 8 large-scale degraded landscapes