West African Wetlands Conference
December 2021, Ghana
The purpose of the conference was to provide an opportunity to review the status of wetlands and wetland resources in West Africa.
The cumulative impacts of socio-economic development on protected areas taken into account in the environmental and social assessment & Environmental and social assessment and conservation of protected areas promoting nature-based
November and December 2021- Brazzaville, Congo
The seminar aims to strengthen the capacity of the various stakeholders of the Environmental and Social Assessment, as a tool for the preservation of protected areas and the promotion of nature-based solutions, in Central Africa.
Celebration of the World Migratory Birds Day
October 2021, Guinea
To celebrate World Migratory Bird Day an awareness raising campaign on the need to protect migratory birds and their habitats was conducted.
1st East Atlantic Flyway Youth Forum 2021
This online event aimed to connect youth leaders, scientists, activists, artists, and conservationists in the East Atlantic Flyway through a series of intensive virtual workshops, platform exchanges, and networking activities to explore youth engagement in the conservation of wetlands and migratory waterbirds along the East Atlantic Flyway.
East Atlantic Flyway Youth Forum Declaration-A call for action
Under the theme ‘Taking off #ForNature from Africa to the Arctic’ young people from over 30 countries have come together for the first East Atlantic Flyway Youth Forum.
General report on three small projects: The Protection of Flamingos of Lobito, the Exhibition in memory of Maria Eugênia Lopes and the rehabilitation of the Bird Observatory in the Integral Nature Reserve of Ilhéu dos Pássaros
December 2020, Angola
The three projects were conducted in the provinces of Benguela and Luanda: the Protection of Flamingos of Lobito, the Exhibition in memory of Maria Eugênia Lopes and the repair of the Bird Observatory in the Integral Nature Reserve of Ilhéu dos Pássaros.
Simultaneous January 2020 waterbird and wetland census along the East Atlantic Flyway
Countries from Iceland to Estonia and from Norway to South Africa, all along the East Atlantic Flyway, participated in the 2020 East Atlantic Flyway waterbird survey.
A case study of shorebirds at coastal habitats in Lagos, Nigeria
A survey was undertaken to collate information on the status of shorebirds and their wetland habitats in Lagos, Nigeria, in order to enable us to make recommendations on shorebird conservation in this urban area.
Case study on shorebird / waders conservation measures and recommendations for the Banc d’Arguin
The Parc National du Banc d’Arguin in Mauritania hosts the largest concentrations of coastal waterbirds in the African part of the East Atlantic Flyway.
Synthesis of the current knowledge of the Bijagós archipelago as a key non- breeding area for migratory shorebirds of the East Atlantic Flyway, with recommendations for future research and conservation actions
This document summarized the existing knowledge on the status of wader populations wintering in the site.
Management plan for the integral natural reserve of ilhéu dos pássaros
Migratory Waterbirds Training at Tasso Island
January 2020, Sierra Leone
National training workshop for ornithologist trainees and conservationists on the Flyway approach and waterbird monitoring in Guinea
December 2019, Guinea
Community sensitization and awareness raising on migratory waterbirds and their habitats within and around the newly created Douala-Edea National Park
November 2019, Cameron
Linking the Wadden Sea World Heritage Site with tropical wetlands and the Arctic Tundra