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This folder contains PDF files of agreements, declaration, policies and other important documents pertinent to the operations of PEMSEA.

Haikou Partnership Agreement

The Haikou Partnership Agreement was signed among 11 countries, thereby formally establishing PEMSEA as the regional coordinating mechanism for the implementation of the SDS-SEA. The Agreement also confirmed the countries’ resolve to transform PEMSEA from a regional project-based arrangement to a self-sustained and effective regional collaborative mechanism with a mandate to pursue the implementation of the SDS-SEA through collaborative, synergistic and responsible actions.

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Partnership Operating Arrangements for the Implementation of the SDS-SEA

12 stakeholder organizations signed the Partnership Operating Arrangements, thus becoming the first group of non-governmental organizations to be formally recognized as PEMSEA Partners for the implementation of the SDS-SEA.

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Brochure - The Dynamics of ICM by Dr. Chua Thia-Eng

Authored by Dr. Chua Thia-Eng, "The Dynamics of Integrated Coastal Management: Practical Applications in the Sustainable Coastal Development in East Asia" is a 16 chapter-book that shares the author's 20 years of practical experience in addressing issues related to the integrated management of the coasts and oceans. Find out more about the book through the description and reviews contained in this brochure. An order form is also included.

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Proceedings of the First East Asian Seas Partnership Council Meeting

The East Asian Seas (EAS) Partnership Council has successfully conducted its first operational meeting in Manado City, Indonesia, on 17-20 July 2007. The Meeting, which was participated in by 11 Country Partners and 11 non-Country Partners, reached important decisions related to the implementation of the Sustainable Development Strategy for the Seas of East Asia (SDS-SEA).

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GEF/UNDP Project Document for the Implementation of the SDS-SEA

The project’s objective is to facilitate implementation of the Sustainable Development Strategy for the Seas of East Asia (SDS-SEA), as adopted by East Asian countries in December 2003, through the mobilization of the necessary partnership arrangements, operating mechanisms, intellectual capital, support services and resources for the achievement of their shared vision of sustainable use of coastal and marine resources of the region and the development targets of the WSSD Plan of Implementation and that of the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDG).

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