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2007

SIP : Integrated Ecosystem Management in Four Representative Landscapes of Senegal, Phase 2

Sénégal

Titre : SIP : Integrated Ecosystem Management in Four Representative Landscapes of Senegal, Phase 2

Pays  : Senegal

Organisme de financement  : UNDP - United Nations Development Programme
Organisme d’exécution  : Ministry of Environment (ME) with the cooperation of DPN, DEFCCS ;DCERP ; and Ministry of Fisheries

Approuvé le : June 14, 2007

Finalité et objectifs :
The project will promote community-based integrated ecosystem management (IEM) of globally significant biodiversity, sequestering of C and avoidance C emissions, and prevent degradation of 4 landscapes selected to represent the four major ecosystems in the country :
(1) the Wildlife and Sylvo-pastoral Reserves in the Ferlo Steppe ;
(2) the Niokolo-Koba National Park and its associated Classified Forests in the South-East Sudanin-Guinean zone ;
(3) the Niayes coastal dunes and classified reserves along the northern sea front ;
(4) the Saloum Delta National Park and associated classified forests and mangrove/marine systems in the south-eastern coastal area.

Informations financières
GEF Grant : 3,640,000 US$
Cofin Amount : 7,789,000 US$
Project Cost : 11,429,000 US$

GEF (Global Environment Facility)

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