Coastal Development Partnership

Promoting Peace and Progress

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Project Intervention

Since inception CDP has been implementing projects supported by different development partners as well as of it's own fund.
The followings are a list of projects implemented by the organization since 1997

Rice Diversity and Production in the Southwest of Bangladesh

The three-year project funded by DFID through PETRRA project of IRRI & BRRI was accomplished during 2001-2003 and ended successfully on March 31, 2004.

Reviewing IWRM in Perspective of People’s Wisdom (People’s Traditional Practice on Water Management); Supported By A Participatory Action Research

The project was successfully implemented by the support of Water for People’s Network (WPN), Philippines in 2007.

Capacity Building of Grassroots Partners (CBGP)

The purpose of this project is to build up the capacity and ensure effective information management of grassroots NGOs, CBOs, LEBs and other Civil Society activists on legal movement against Human Rights abuses, creation of social protective measures, etc. ManusherJonno funded the project.

Reducing Vulnerability to Climate Change (RVCC)

The project was successfully implemented from 2003 to 2005. The project was supported by CIDA and implemented through Care.

Advocacy for Conservation of Bio-diversity in the Sundarban Reserved Forest of Bangladesh

Global Greengrant Funds in Association with the Tides Foundation, USA provided financial support for the project. The project was conducted during 2001-2003 and 2007.

Special Program for Food Security (SPFS)

The project was implemented during 2003- 2007 by the support of the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) through the Directorate of Agricultural Extension (DAE), Government of Bangladesh under Japanese Grant (GCSP/BGD/033/Japan).

An Initiative to strengthen peoples Movement to Ensure Economic Justice

This project was supported by the Action AID Bangladesh , 2004- 2008.

Ensuring Democratic Rights of the Munda Community of Southwest region of Bangladesh

Ensuring Democratic Rights of the Munda Community of Southwest region of Bangladesh through proper enrollment in ongoing voter list funded by The Asia Foundation, 2008.

Conservation of Coastal Wetland in Southwest Region of Bangladesh

The project was successfully implemented by the support of IUCN-NL in two phases from March 2005 to September 2006.

The southwest coastal region of Bangladesh is an active part of Ganges Delta formed by alluvial soil carried in by the upstream flows. Most of the part of this region (about 70% of the total landmass) are coastal wetlands by nature, that are connected with many estuarine rivers of the Bay of Bengal. The coastal wetlands are very rich in biodiversity and highly biological productive in nature and are the grazing and breeding ground of many marine species. Coastal wetlands also provide habitat for a wide variety of resident and migratory waterfowls. In the 1960s the Coastal Embankment Project (CEP) was initiated to protect saline water entrance to the coastal wetlands.