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Climate resilience palm tree plantation in homestead and fodder grass experiment on shrimp farm dyke in Shyamnagar coastal area


The IUCN-MFF-CCEC project is an outstanding example for collaborative platform between,
(a) Religious Institution and Fisherman Cooperative Society
(b) Social Forest beneficiaries and
(c) Bangladesh Water Development Board.

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Sustainable Harvesting Training for Sundarbans Golpatta (Nypa) Collectors

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German Development Cooperation

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Environmental Education in the Tiger-Human conflict region of Bangladesh Sundarbans

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Japan Fund for Global Environment (JFGE)

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Climate Change Adaptation in Sundarbans via Crab Fattening and Mangrove Restoration

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Implementing Agency:

Centre for Coastal Environmental Conservation (CCEC)

 

Welcome to CCEC Bangladesh!

Centre for Coastal Environmental Conservation (CCEC) is a nonprofit grass roots environmental NGO in Bangladesh for the protection and sustainable development of coastal ecosystem through local initiatives and participation. Environmental Education Training (EET) for the primary school teachers; Biodiversity conservation involving Sundarbans, UNESCO World Heritage site stakeholders; Community based mangrove regeneration & plantation; Sustainable harvesting of Sundarbans resources and Climate change adaptation strategies are the main activities for environmental awareness raising of the coastal communities. Mangroves restoration along the coastal embankment involving Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB) leads co-management approaches. Mangrove based entrepreneurship development involving Sundarbans resource harvesters, the bouali (wood & thatch cutter), mouali (honey extractor) and jellay (fish & crab harvester) is the key to poverty reduction.

Vision:
Community Based sustainable development of Sundarbans coastal ecosystem Bangladesh

Mission:
Environmental sustainability of Sundarbans coastal ecosystem and poverty reduction of the climate vulnerable communities through grass-roots participation.