Support sustainable livelihoods through the development of governance systems and sustainable management.
Integrated forest management and monitoring plan for sustainable fire prevention.
Technical support to the integration of Red List data on Mediterranean species on the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) ecosystem profile.
Improving governance to support better livelihood security and ecosystem management in the drylands of Africa.
This is a subproject that is under the umbrella of the project "Sustainable livelihoods in North Africa and East Mediterranean" financially supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs- Spanish Agency for International Cooperation for Development (AECID).
Summary of the book « Mauritania - Nature and Landscape », edited in 2011 by OAPN with the collaboration of IUCN-Med.
Strengthening the resilience of Mediterranean landscapes to climate and socio-economic change, promoting innovative conservation and rural development by building on the identity of local communities and advocating for a new framework of local, national, and international rural development policies beyond the logics of subsidies.
Strengthening of the social, ecological and agricultural resilience in the mediterranean ecosystems and watersheds face to global change and others factors of changes.
Support to the conservation and management of natural resources in arid and semi-arid lands.
Sustainable development of transboundary areas belonging to Natura2000 and Habitats of Common Interest between Andalucia and Morocco.
Improving the governance in the Maghreb region by the reinforcement of the stakeholders and managers of biosphere reserve capacities.
Integration of freshwater biodiversity in the development process throughout Africa: mobilising information and site demonstrations.
Towards a diverse and sustainable Mediterranean.
Responding to gaps in knowledge in the Mediterranean region.
Increase the knowledge and the conservation of the marine biodiversity of Andalusia, including the implementation of protection measures to Posidonia meadows.
The main aims of the project “Fisheries governance in the Marine Protected Areas: Potential for Blue Economy” (FishMPABlue) are to analyze existing conflicts between fishery and ecosystem components, and proposing adequate measures to solve them.
Countries of the South and North sides of the Mediterranean.
MEDINA is designed to enhance Northern African countries capacity to implement environmental policies, conventions and protocols aimed at maintaining/improving the quality of their marine and coastal ecosystems.
NEREUS aim is the identification and then the designation and networking of representative sites at the national, sub-regional and regional levels as a support to the protection of the Mediterranean.
PEGASO: People for Ecosystem-based Governance in Assessing Sustainable development of Ocean and coast.
The Program for the Spain-External Cross-Border Co-operation Programme (POCTEFEX in French) is a European initiative, willing to promote the partnerships between Spain and Morocco.
Supporting the Management of Important Marine Habitats and Species in Lebanon.