Congratulations to Vardhan, Vineeta, Jennifer, Terry and Ulli. All have been awarded funding for their Trainer's Projects. (And there are lots of other projects that have been approved or are nearly there!) 

Vardhan is leading a training in early 2014 "Incorporating resilience concepts into current reef monitoring in the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago" with Nature Conservation Foundation. 

Vineeta is using her funds to support a variety of workshops and trainings in Lakshadweep, including a communication training for teachers and community-based organizations. 

Ulli is running a Bleaching Response Plan training in Stone Town, Zanzibar, for a variety of stakeholders from around the island. David Obura will be presenting at her training! 

Jennifer and Terry are planning a bleaching monitoring and response training for dive operators in iSimangaliso Wetland Park, South Africa in early 2014. 

I'll post an update soon about the next round of funded projects! We've been very impressed with the high quality of proposals and the wide variety of ideas for implementing resilience management strategies in the Western Indian Ocean region. 

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Comment by Cherie Wagner on October 3, 2013 at 1:16pm

Congrats to you all! We will be anxiously waiting to hear about the progress of your projects and success stories. Please post project updates so we can all learn more!

Comment by Petra MacGowan on September 30, 2013 at 5:15pm

This is so exciting to see!  I can't wait to learn more about the projects you are all going to do and share the lessons you learn along the way with other managers.  Congratulations and I will be waiting anxiously for the reports!

Comment by Islam Mohammad Elsadek Mohammad on September 30, 2013 at 1:29am
Congratulation for all of Us My friends,Vardhan, Vineeta, Jennifer, Terry and Ulli, Hope you all success in proceeding your project.
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