Report of Institutional Strengthening of Community Groups for Conservation of Mangrove and migratory birds in two Communities within Bakassi Local Government Area (LGA)

September 2019, Nigeria

Conservation of an important site for the East-Atlantic Flyway

December 2019, Dakar, Senegal

AEWA Regional Training of Trainers (ToT) Workshop on Conservation through the Flyway Approach "for Francophone countries in West and Central Africa

May 2019, Benin

Training in waterbird counts and use of data collection tools

18 au 20 February 2019 - Ziguinchor, Senegal

Spatial distribution and nesting behavior of the Black-winged Stilt (Himantopus himantopus, Linnaeus 1758) in the peri-urban wetland of Dakar Technopôle (Senegal, West Africa)

Senegal, 2017-2018

Wadden Sea Quality Status Report: East Atlantic Flyway

The Wadden Sea Quality Status Report (QSR) is an online conglomeration of thematic reports on the Wadden Sea, including islands and offshore areas. The report on the East Atlantic Flyway provides an important assessment of the status and trends of the East Atlantic flyway populations. 

Environmental awareness and education project in Mussulo Bay - Angola

April, 2018

Building capacities of local associations in the Atlantic Moroccan Sahara in waterbird identification and monitoring (phase II)

February 2018 Meknes, Morocco
Two training workshops on the identification and monitoring of waterbirds took place for the benefit of two local NGOs.

Capacity building of DJOTCHETCHENGLAR

February 2018, Jeta Island, Guinea-Bissau

National Census Reports East Atlantic Africa 2017


The status of coastal waterbird populations and their sites

The ‘total count’ of the coastal East Atlantic Flyway in January 2017 was carried out in 33 countries of which 11 in Europe and 22 in Africa, and involved about 1,500 observers (1,100 in Europe, 400 in Africa). In each country, national coordinators organized the network of observers and collated the information on bird numbers and environmental conditions. The latter largely followed a system developed by BirdLife International for their Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBA) programme.

Improving capacity of bird watching guides in sustainable eco-tourism -Sierra Leone

June, 2017

Restoration of migratory waterbird habitats - Togo

April 2017, Togo

Wetland and Waterbird Surveys & Training


Relaunching the process for World Heritage nomination of the Bolama-Bijagós Archipelago

February 2017, Guinea-Bissau