Training Workshop for the Saafuraajje Pilot Projects

Training Workshop for the Saafuraajje Pilot Projects

Ministry of Environment (ME), Maldives and CCET jointly organized a Training Workshop for the Saafuraajje Pilot Projects on 19 March 2019, inviting the members of Island Councils and NGOs of five islands selected for pilot project implementation. The event aimed at supporting the islands to develop and implement waste management improvement project in the respective communities. Cases of various approaches from other countries including waste banks in Indonesia and environmental educations in Cambodia were reported, while importance of results based management (RBM) at implementation stage was highlighted. Subsequently, Project Design Matrix (PDM) was developed by the members for the purpose of managing respective projects, with the visible linkage between the projects, island waste management plan, and Regional Waste Management Strategy announced earlier in 2019. 

Date/Time
19 March 2019
Venue

Gemanafushi School, Gemanafushi Island, Maldives

Organizers

Ministry of Environment, Maldives

The IGES Centre Collaborating with UNEP on Environmental Technologies

Languages
English, Dhivehi
Capacity
50
Schedule
Initiation of the ceremony with the
recitation of Holy Quran
 
Introductory Remarks

Mohamed Hamdan, Project Coordinator, Ministry of Environment

Opening Remarks Kazunobu Onogawa, Director, CCET
Presentations on proposals made by the
pilot project teams
Project Teams of Gemanafushi Is., Nadella Is., Hoadedhoo Is., Maamendhoo Is., and Villigili Is. 
Results Based Management and Project Design Matrix (PDM) Ran Yagasa, Researcher, CCET
Case Study: Improving Waste Management through Multiple Interventions

Premakumara Jagath Dickella Gamaralalage, Programme Manager, CCET

Case Study: Promotion of Environmental Education in Primary School Education in Phnom Penh Ran Yagasa, Researcher, CCET
Group Work: Development and Presentation of PDM for Pilot Project Project Teams of Gemanafushi Is., Nadella Is., Hoadedhoo Is., Maamendhoo Is., and Villigili Is. 
Closing Remark  

 

Photos
Gemanafushi WS1
Gemanafushi WS2
Gemanafushi WS3
Final Disposal Site 1