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Group of about 10 men and women sitting and standing around table, in discussion.
Stakeholders meets on coastal area management at Notre Grand Bleu Office, Monastir, Tunisia.
© Conservation International/photo by Pierre Carret
Tunisian and Libyan Mid-Term Stakeholder Assessment of the CEPF Investment
Grantee Name: 
Reseau Enfant de la Terre (RET)
HOTSPOT
Mediterranean Basin
AMOUNT
US$4,308
DATES
Jan 2015
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Mar 2015
Stats
Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Mediterranean Basin
AMOUNT
US$4,308
DATES
Jan 2015
-
Mar 2015

Assess the role and needs of civil society in Tunisia and Libya in relation to the environmental challenges faced, including cooperation, communications and capacity, identify future conservation priorities, and report recommendations and feedback to the CEPF Secretariat as part of the CEPF Mediterranean Basin Mid-Term Assessment.

Strategic Direction: 1 Promote civil society involvement in Integrated Coastal Zone Management to minimize the negative effects of coastal development in three priority corridors (Southwest Balkans, Cyrenaican Peninsula, and Mountains, Plateau