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The Gambia, Ghana, and Guinea-Bissau join WACA

The World Bank approved $246 million for WACA Resilience Investment Project 2.

Press Release
2022 World Economic Circular Economy Forum Plastics: From a linear problem to circular solutions

This forum will take place on Thursday, December 8, 2022, 7:00 – 9:00 am (DC).

Regional fisheries project in West Africa: the case of Guinea Bissau

In 2011, artisanal fishing employed nearly 26,000 people in Guinea Bissau.

Africa centre of excellence in coastal resilience (ACECoR)

WACA and the University of Cape Coast are partners for innovation in coastal resilience.

On the frontlines of climate change, small island states can lead in resilience

In São Tomé and Príncipe, where coastal communities experience flooding as many as 10 times a year.

Coastal Resilience at COP26

West Africa’s coast is already at a tipping point and new risks brought by climate change.

WACA Goes Hybrid at the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Marseille
- Marseille, France

This year’s edition attracted over 9,000 participants and drew significant political attention.

Marie Suzanne Traore Response on How to Invest in the Conservation of MPAs for Better Community Resilience
- Marseille

Marie suzanne traore response on how to invest in the conservation of MPAs for better community.

Sustainable Ports Partnership for Coastal Resilience

The SPP focuses on building coastal resilience in collaboration with the PMAWCA.

Launch of the WACA Annual Report and Twitter Campaign

Join the Twitter Q&A with #AskWACA to ask questions to our experts May 27-June 1.

WACA ResIP Project: Last Wave of Journalists Equipped in Notsè
- Togo

The objective of this activity was to educate and educate media professionals. 

Press Release
WACA Côte d'Ivoire, where do we Stand in 2021?
- Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire

Le Professeur OCHOU, Coordonnateur du projet WACA présente le bilan des actions du projet.

Maximizing Innovation and Finance for Coastal Resilience in West Africa

Adapted, efficient and resilient infrastructure is a key component to help alleviate poverty.

Supporting a Green, Resilient and Inclusive Recovery on West Africa’s Coast

In West Africa, coastal erosion poses enormous risks. Camp Khar Yallah for internal displaced people.

Integrated Fisheries Management for Coastal Communities’ Resilience in Guinea

In Guinea, the fisheries sector contributes to 3.7 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP).

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