Table 2: Themes and tactics to facilitate conservation of coral reefs.

Organisation and Management
Tactic number 1: establish a key leader in the Organization/Department to effectively manage the Marine reserves on a day-to-day basis
Tactic number 2: have a selected key leader provide general Terms of Reference of what is expected of staff and immediate/major stakeholders in order to easily facilitate the process of decision making

Tactic number 1: financial resources need to be allocated for an education program. The program should focus on both broad and specific issues that may create friction among stakeholders in the process
Tactic number 2: a group consisting of community leaders and key/immediate stakeholders should be established to create ways and methods of educating different levels of stakeholders in the effectiveness of sustainable development in the marine parks
Tactic number 3: surveys need to be conducted to evaluate level of success and failure. Too often programmes have been formed and implemented but end results have not been evaluated. Surveys should be carried back to stakeholders for a presentation to establish further steps

Tactic number 1: a well-put together presentation needs to be developed and be presented to the key authority that will have over-all say in the marine park(s). This will stress on the support needed to accomplish both the mission and vision statements and will have positive effects in sustainable development
Tactic number 2: nonmonetary incentives need to be established in order to have full support of stakeholders who would otherwise deter progress in sustainable development

Tactic number 1: establish a set of policies that is considered necessary for proper management of the marine reserves. Such policies will be established by all stakeholders involved
Tactic number 2: create an influencing program for stakeholders to adhere to such policies through an education/retreat program
Tactic number 3: establish exchanges with other organizations in capacity building in policy creation and effective implementation