P. R. I. S. E


Reducing Infrastructures on Coastal Ecosystems

Coastal Zone Ecosystems

The coastal zone of West Africa is home to many sensitive ecosystems that provide many ecosystem services. Despite their importance, they remain threatened by infrastructure development and uncontrolled urbanization.

In response to this problem, the Reducing Impacts of Infrastructure on Coastal Ecosystems (PRISE) project was initiated in five countries: Senegal, Mauritania, Cape Verde , Guinea-Bissau and Guinea.


Learn More

Purpose of the PRISE

primarily targets seagrass beds, mangroves and sea turtle nesting beaches

  • Improve knowledge and tools
  • Advocacy and awareness
  • Improving the legal framework
  • Support legal framework
  • Support for the application of tools and knowledge; and strengthening partnerships.

It is implemented by multi-stakeholder teams (civil society organizations (CSOs), universities, state institutions, NGOs, APPEL1 media)

Made By DkrDev