Prof. Serafin Talisayon facilitates a breakout group during the Application of Knowledge Management in Scaling up Partnership Investments in a Blue Economy workshop co-convened by CCRES at PEMSEA’s East Asian Seas Congress 2015. Photo: M. King
Conversations, partnerships and collaboration are cornerstones of knowledge management for the Capturing Coral Reef & Related Ecosystem Services (CCRES) project.
The objective for Component 3 is to engage established networks of influential stakeholders to promote best-practice in coastal management, planning, regulation and policymaking in the Philippines, Indonesia and the East Asia-Pacific region.
This community of stakeholders from the government, donor agencies, research sectors, NGOs and programs and projects - covering national, provincial and local scales, initially, is the platform for knowledge sharing, innovation and adoption.
By engaging established networks of influential stakeholders, the CCRES project will:
This activity is undertaken through reciprocal engagement with stakeholders, placing strong emphasis on partnerships, leadership and collaboration, and culturally-responsive approaches to gathering information about the desires, attitudes, and current behaviours of individuals in pilot sites.
It is envisaged the tools and models under development in Component 1 and Component 2 will have more impact because the project is involving key stakeholders in research planning, product design and delivery of the outputs.