The Ministry of Environment Climate Change and Natural Resources (MECCNAR) under the Central Project Coordination Unit CPCU with support from the Large Scale Ecosystem-Based Adaptation (EbA) Project recently conducted a nationwide tour to visit key project intervention sites being implemented by EbA Project.
The Nationwide tour comprises the Honorable Minister of Environment, Senior Staffs of MECCNAR, Project Steering Committee members of EbA Project. The purpose of the tour to supervised and monitor project intervention areas that are currently being implemented.
During the first day of the tour, the team visited Kiang West National Park under the Department of Parks and Wildlife. The Kiang West National Park will be transformed into a joint venture Public-Private Partnership with a charitable organization based in the UK called Aspinall Foundation.
This initiative will transform the park into a Nature Camp by bringing wild animals like elephants. The park will be fenced with funding from Social Security and other interventions by EbA Project.
The team also visited Mangrove Restoration sites at Brikamading which was funded by Nema Chosso being implemented by the Dept of Parks and Wildlife and Community Development Organization called Sahel Wetlands Concern