Monday, Dec 09, 2019

Djibouti, 17-06-2014: A two-day pre-award workshop for select Non-Governmental Organizations/Civil Society Organizations and Applied Research Institutions/Universities from IGAD member countries closed today at the Conference Hall of the IGAD Secretariat in Djibouti.

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Tadjourah, Djibouti, 16-06-2014: A national training workshop on the characteristics and monitoring of watersheds in the Republic of Djibouti opened this morning in Tadjourah, Djibouti, in the presence of the Prefect of the Region of Tadjourah, HE Abdoulmalik Mohamed Banoita, the Program Manager of Natural Resources of IGAD, Mr Daher Elmi, and the Focal Point and Representative of the Djibouti Ministry of Agriculture, Water, Fisheries, and Livestock,  Mr Elmi Ismael Habaneh .

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Kampala, UGANDA: 02-03-2013: IGAD Inland Water Resources Management Program (INWRMP) this morning opened a two-day workshop on regional water resources policy in Kampala under the leadership of Mrs. Semunesh Golla, INWRMP Focal Point for Ethiopia, Dr. Callist Tindimugaya, Commissioner for Water Resources Planning and Regulation at the Ministry of Water and Environment of Uganda and also member of the INWRMP Technical Advisory Committee (TAC), and Mr. Mohamed Moussa, Director of IGAD Agriculture and Environment Division, sitting for the Executive Secretary of IGAD.

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H.E. Amb. Silva, Mr. Mohamed Moussa and Debalkew BerheThe European Union, the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) and several international organizations involved in the program management of biodiversity met on February 25 and 26, in Djibouti, to review the implementation of the program which was funded by the European Union to the tune of € 14 million under the Regional Indicative Programme of the 10th European Development Fund.

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The seconnd TAC and PSC meeting of the IGAD Biodiversity programme was organized at Sheraton Hotel in Djibouti between 24 and 26 February 2014. The TAC advises the PSC on technical and policy issues in the implementation of the programme while the PSC takes appropriate decisions on the overall policy and direction in the implementation of the programme. The programme is supported by the EU to a tune of 14 million Euros and aims to improve the conservation and sustainable management of biodiversity resources in the Horn of Africa to contribute to the improvement of the livelihoods of the population of the region. This would be achieved by addressing policy gaps, policy harmonization, information generation and dissemination and institutional capacity building showcased in 3 cross-border pilot ecosystems, namely in the Boma-Gambella landscape, the Tana-Kipini-Laga Badana Bushs Bush and the Lower Awash – Lake Abbe Land and Seascapes.

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