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MedWetCoast Lebanon

Project Activities

This project is the Lebanon component of a Mediterranean regional initiative involving Albania, Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, the Palestinian Authority and Tunisia. The overall initiative is aimed at ensuring the sustainable management the biological diversity of the coastal areas and wetlands in 6 Mediterranean countries/Authority through the development of adequate legal and regulatory frameworks, the creation of institutional organizations adapted to the complexity of the issues at stake, capacity-building and the development of an exchange network at the regional level both to achieve economies of scale and to save time when implementing and replicating the innovating actions undertaken.

The objective of the project is to create or enhance the exchange structures and fora concerned with this general management :
-  By establishing interministerial coordination mechanisms for projects undertaken at the local and national levels ;
-  By developing demonstration activities at the most significant sites ;
-  By awareness-raising, training and networking of the population groups and the social and economic actors and establishing linkages between them around the Mediterranean basin.


Lebanon Project Document
Description of the project
Friday 5 December 2003
First produce of the organic plot in Tyre Coast Nature Reserve is on the market
Friday 5 December 2003
In Aamiq hunters go on a birdwatching trip
Friday 5 December 2003
The private sector involved in conservation
Thursday 31 July 2003
Awareness Campaign in Tyre Coast Nature Reserve on cultural and natural heritage initiated by the Lebanon MedWetCoast Team
Wednesday 30 July 2003
Organic Farming Pilot Project : An alternative project initiated through MedWetCoast Lebanon project
Sunday 20 July 2003
Progress report of the Lebanon project until 2003
November 2000
Status and description of the MedWetCoast Site in Lebanon
October 2000
The main objectives and outputs of the Lebanon project

Associated activities
Friday 1 April 2005
MWC Lebanon: eco-guide training program
Capacity Building
Friday 5 December 2003
Fishermen training in Tyre Coastal Nature Reserve
Friday 5 December 2003
Capacity building tour for the site coordinators in Jordan
Management Planning process
Friday 5 December 2003
Birdwatching hide installed in Tyre Coastal Nature Reserve
Site Diagnosis
Wednesday 23 April 2003
Lebanon project implementation : from site diagnosis to management plan
Site management actions
Wednesday 24 August 2005
Aammiq : mais ou sont les grenouilles ?
Tuesday 19 April 2005
MWC Lebanon: Tyr Coast Nature Reserve: Turtle
Saturday 18 December 2004
Lebanon’s sea turtles and their nests under threat 2 species lay eggs on the country’s beaches
Thursday 1 January 2004
Lebanon > Site management actions

 
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