Senegal / Support to students’ training – Wetlands International provides equipment to Gaston Berger University of Saint-Louis

University Gaston Berger (UGB) of Saint-Louis (northern Senegal), on Monday August 17th, 2015 received sets of equipments graciously offered by Wetlands International Africa. The ceremony […]

Senegal / Ecological and ornithological monitoring – Wetlands International supports DPN with sets of equipment

In adequation with its vocation to work for the conservation and wise use of wetlands for the benefit of biodiversity and human well-being, the Dakar […]

Port Harcourt, Nigeria / Economic Evaluation of Ecosystems & Biodiversity – Wetlands International sponsors 3 students for a month training in Nairobi

Sponsored by Wetlands International Africa through its Sustainable Livelihood & Biodiversity Project (SLBP) in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, three (3) students, left on Monday, 3rd, August […]

Senegal / National Conference on Sustainable Development – The Head of State validates the National Wetlands Policy developed by Wetlands International Africa

Senegal now has its approved National Policy on Wetlands Management (PNZH). The policy document which has been developed by Wetlands International Africa was validated on […]

Wetlands International adopts Bio-Rights in Niger Delta sustainability initiative

Wetlands International through her regional office in Dakar, Senegal and country office in Nigeria is assisting some Niger Delta communities in alleviating poverty and sustaining […]

Senegal / Protection of black crowned crane – The sanctity of the bird in Casamance, an important asset

A study conducted by Wetlands International and BirdLife Africa as part of the project ”Conservation of crowned crane in West Africa” funded by the Zoological […]

Senegal / Management of Mangrove – Wetlands International and the County Council of Foundiougne set up a multi-stakeholders platform on Mangrove

Wetlands International and the County Council of Foundiougne have recently set up a Mangrove Platform to harmonize the actions of all partners involved in mangroves […]

Senegal / Climate Change Adaptation – With support from Wetlands International, journalists set up the “Friends of Mangrove Journalists Association” and a “Network on Climate Change”

Senegalese journalists of Fatick and Kaolack (center) together with their colleagues from St. Louis (North), have recently created the Friends of Mangrove Journalists Association (AAJAM) […]

Nigeria / Wetlands International conducts Niger Delta ecosystems study

A breakthrough study sponsored by Wetlands International in collaboration with the Rivers State University of Science and Technology (RSUST) has successfully completed work on developing […]

Senegal / Wetlands International, PNLB and students celebrate the World Migratory Bird Day in Gandiole

“Energy – make it bird-friendly!” was the theme of the 09th and 10th May 2015 celebrated World Migratory Bird Day in Senegal. The event was […]