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Rapport de la seconde réunion du Groupe de travail Biodiversité, Habitat et Qualité de l’Eau








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    Rapport de la Première réunion du Groupe de travail Socio-Economie et Commerce (GT SEC) 2015
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    NOTE: ONLY THE TITLE, PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND ANNEX IV ARE IN ENGLISH. THE BODY OF THE DOCUMENT IS IN FRENCH ONLY. The Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem (CCLME) provides vital food and economic resources to coastal populations bordering the Large Marine Ecosystem (LME), and also to other of Western Africa. It has one of the highest fisheries productions among the African large marine ecosystems and the coastal zone also provides critical fish habitat, wood from mangrove and coastal and marine space for agriculture, aquaculture, urban development, tourism and transport. The CCLME project is unique in its strategic combination of fisheries and ecosystem governance frameworks. The project aims to enable the participating countries to address priority transboundary concerns on declining fisheries, associated biodiversity and water quality through governance reforms, investments and management programs. It will foster cooperation among project countries and contribute to a strength ened monitoring of the status of the CCLME that is based on sound science. The seven countries (Cape Verde, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Mauritania, Morocco and Senegal) are all committed to working together in the CCLME project to address the degradation of the Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem caused by over-fishing, habitat modification and changes in water quality by adoption of an ecosystem approach.
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    Rapport de l'atelier régional sur la mise en pratique des Directives Techniques de la FAO sur les AMP et la Pêche et planification des activités du Projet de Démonstration n°4 du CCLME "Démonstration des Aires marines protégées (AMP) en tant qu’outils per 2012
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    The Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem (CCLME) provides vital food and economic resources to coastal populations bordering the Large Marine Ecosystem (LME), and also to much of Western Africa. It has one of the highest fisheries productions among the African large marine ecosystems and the coastal zone also provides critical fish habitat, wood from mangrove and coastal and marine space for agriculture, aquaculture, urban development, tourism and transport. The CCLME project is unique in its s trategic combination of fisheries and ecosystem governance frameworks. The project aims to enable the participating countries to address priority transboundary concerns on declining fisheries, associated biodiversity and water quality through governance reforms, investments and management programs. It will foster cooperation among project countries and contribute to a strengthened monitoring of the status of the CCLME that is based on sound science. Cape Verde, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Mau ritania, Morocco and Senegal are all committed to working together in the CCLME project to address the degradation of the Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem caused by over-fishing, habitat modification and changes in water quality by adoption of an ecosystem approach.
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    Lutter contre la dégradation du grand écosystème marin du courant des Canaries - : GCP/INT/023/GFF 2020
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    Ranked third in the world in terms of primary productivity, the Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem (CCLME) is an essential economic and food resource not only for the coastal populations of the region, but also for a large part of West Africa. However, it is under threat from overfishing, habitat degradation, pollution and climate change. The project aimed to reverse this trend and promote the resilience of the seven beneficiary countries (Cabo Verde, the Gambia, Guinea , Guinea Bissau, Mauritania, Morocco and Senegal) in the face of the problems posed by the decline in fishing, biodiversity and water quality. Fostering synergies with regional initiatives, FAO coordinated the implementation of the project, which was executed jointly with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), in order to develop an integrated ecosystem approach to management at the regional level, and introduce reforms affecting governance, investment and management programmes.

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