Finalizing the draft report on the Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) of Grand-Bassam, Côte d’Ivoire, was the objective of the workshop that brought together the 10 members of the MSP scientific team from September 27 to October 2. 2021 in Bonoua.
As part of the National Fortnight for the Environment and Sustainable Development (QNEDD), CIAPOL organized the official launching ceremony of the Report on the State of the Marine Environment of Côte d’Ivoire (SoME) on Wednesday June 16. 2021.
For six days, more than sixty environmental experts have conducted reflections during the workshop of inter-sectoral stakeholder consultation on the mapping of uses and on the development of different scenarios for the use of the marine and coastal space in Grand-Bassam.
International Ocean Institute – Africa Region (IOI-SA) – Ocean Governance for Africa course – online edition
During March 2021, IOI-SA, organized its yearly Ocean Governance course, this time online, due to the regulations aimed at mitigating the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Benin is continuing its work towards a better integrated management of its marine and coastal area.
During the workshop, the stakeholders were trained, the mapping of uses was validated, and the matrix of conflicts of uses was created.
The workshop lays the foundation for the implementation of marine spatial planning in the country.
Togo is preparing to launch the elaboration of its State of the Marine Environment (SoME) report through a training workshop on methodology
Following the example of Benin, Côte d’Ivoire, and Ghana, Togo is laying the foundations for integrated ocean management.
Local community perspectives are crucial to the State of the Marine Environment (SoME) assessment process in Cote d’Ivoire
Community representatives bring their local perspectives on the environment to the fore during SoME reporting consultation workshops.
The report was validated during a two-day workshop in Grand-Bassam.