Strategic Action Plan for the Management of Priority Environmental Problems in the Senegal River Basin
29 July 2008. Acknowledgements: The Strategic Action Program (SAP) for the management of priority problems in the Senegal River Basin is the result of teamwork with the participation of many individuals and institutions. In addition to the team of consultants (see below), the OMVS leadership and experts have made ongoing contributions to facilitate and orient the SAP formulation process at the local (LCC), national (NCC) and regional levels. Annex 5 of the SAP presents profiles of those who contributed to the various organized workshops and illustrates the highly inclusive and participatory character of the SAP process. The commentaries and observations on the provisional SAP report made by the OMVS High Commission, basin stakeholders as well as the financial and technical partners of the GEF-SRB projects, who include the Global Environment Facility, the World Bank, the UNDP and the IUCN, have all made it possible to substantially improve the quality of this document. The TDA-SAP expert from the GEF-SRB projects deserves special mention. We would like to express our profound gratitude to all of our contributors. Consultants: Madiodio Niasse (regional consultant); Cheikh Mamina Diedhiou; Mame Dagou Diop; Abdoulaye Cissé. The SAP is based on reports entitled “National Contribution to the SAP” written by the following consultants: Alérény Diallo (for Guinea); Nampaa N. Sanogho & Mamadou Satao (for Mali); Bah Ould Sid’Ahmed (for Mauritania) and Samba Yade (for Senegal).
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