||Description of involvement
||Specific coordination measures
||Comments (if any)
||SCF works closely with IMARES on various aspects of research in the Saba National Marine Park.
||Regular public presentations and events. Press releases, TV programs and Radio shows.
||Staff are also very active with social media with 2024 Facebook friends for SCF.
||Staff work with a host of decision makers. Mostly ad hoc meetings, more frequently with some than others. Tours are also given to ministers and other groups.
||Work with a variety of decision makers;
Building and zoning department: Coastal Costruction
Public works: Development
Prosecutors office: Ordinance enforcement
Harbour office: Harbour issues
Coast Guard: Enforcement
Tourism department (Govt): Input into tourism info
Education department (Govt): Education development
University: Marine work
Schools: Input into school awareness programmes
Police: Work on enforcement
Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment (Rijkswatersstaat): General MPA work
||Work with the main groups with an active economic interest in the marine park;
Fisherfolk: MPA Management
Dive Operators: Issues with the hyperbaric chamber, dive visitors.
Tourism association: Overlapping issues.
Construction Industry: General information exchange.
||Work with fishermen and schools, local youth groups. Includes meetings, presentations, tours of the marine park.
||Work with other NGOs and education organisations including;
Univeristies and academic centres
International Coastal Cleanup
Broadreach (education, catermeran of students)