Pooling efforts, skills and synergies: CEFDHAC - APEGG (Association for Environmental Protection of the Gulf of Guinea)

 

APEGG and CEFDHAC advocate for the establishment of an observatory to monitor health and environmental risks in coastal parts of Congo Basin countries, the Atlantic coast serving the Congo, Gabon, Angola, Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon.


Please download: Le document de résolution : CEFDHAC -  APEGG

 

 

Resolution No. 01

 

 

 


We, the members of the CEDFHAC subregional steering committee, President (s) of national fora and Coordinators (matrices) of stakeholder networks or their representatives having taken part in the deliberations of the 6th session of the CEFDHAC Sub-regional Steering Committee held from May 22 to 25, 2014 in Bujumbura, Burundi;

 

 

-Recognizing the relevance of the information highlighted in the note issued by the Association for Environmental Protection of the Gulf of Guinea (APEGG);

 

 


- Noting that the Atlantic coast serving the Congo, Gabon, Angola, Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon is a highly diverse ecosystem which is vulnerable to  natural and anthropogenic pressures affecting the environment,

 



- "Welcoming the project announced by the Association for Environmental Protection of the Gulf of Guinea (APEGG) for the establishment of an observatory for monitoring health and environmental risks in coastal areas of Congo Basin countries which aims to help improve the health and well-being of the Congolese coast and its surroundings"

 



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