Development and Protection of the Coastal and Marine Environment in Sub-Saharan Africa (CMEA)
|Project Category:||Coastal Management|
The overall goal of the project is to assist Sub-Saharan African countries in achieving sustainable management of their coastal and marine environment and resources. It aims to augment existing activities by improving coordination and by initiating actions based on new partnerships.
The specific objectives of the project are to:
The main activities, which will be implemented to achieve the project's objectives, are:
These activities are also a concrete example of implementation of the Abidjan and Nairobi Conventions. Though the development of methodology, the root cause analysis, the hot-spots and sensitive areas analysis, and preparation of interventions for the Partnership Conference are presented in the Project Brief as separate activities, the intention is to implement them as an interlinked whole, particularly the root cause and hot spots/sensitive areas analyses.
|Sub-Region:||Eastern Africa, SIDS (Africa), Southern Africa, Western Africa, Small island developing States|
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|Project Status||Project Completion|
Jul 24, 2000 12:00 AM
Jul 29, 2002 12:00 AM
|Focal Area||International Waters|
|GEF Allocation to project||0.75M US$|
|Total Cost of the project:||1.72M US$|
|Countries:||Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Seychelles, South Africa|
|Lead Implementing Agency||United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)|