7155-06. ECOWAS-NCEA cooperation
Since August 2020, the Environmental Directorate of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the NCEA are working together on improving various aspects of Environmental Assessment systems in the region. The most notable area of cooperation concerns the harmonisation of EA legislation through the development of a regional directive.
Advisory reports and other documents
|24 Oct 2019: Other|
|7248-02 Rapport de Séance de Cartographie Guinée|
|09 Dec 2021: Other|
|7155-06 Report ESY-Mapping Workshop 23-25 november 2021 - Gambia|
|09 Mar 2022: Other|
|7155-06 Rapport de l'atelier de cartographie d'EES, 9-11 février 2022 - Togo|
|08 Apr 2022: Other|
|Report ESY-Mapping Workshop 28 February - 3 March 2022 - Liberia|
The collaboration between ECOWAS and the NCEA focuses on two key topics: the process of legal harmonization and support for the development of products supporting environmental assessment.
- Support from the NCEA on the harmonization process within ECOWAS. The NCEA will be a strategic partner in the harmonization process by providing, where appropriate, advice on the documents developed during the process. (See also our work with UEMOA).
- Support for other processes related to environmental assessment. Given its mandate, the NCEA can support environmental assessment, as defined according to international good practice. Parties explored how planned activities relate to an EE process and where the NCEA's support has the most added value.
Members of the working group
|Dieudonné Bitondo, PhD|
|Ben Cave, MSc. MFPH FIEMA|
|Florantine Mapeine Onotiang|
|Bryony Walmsley, PhD|
Technical secretary: Stephen Teeuwen, MSc
Country: Africa; Benin; Burkina Faso; Cape Verde; Gambia; Ghana; Guinea; Guinea-Bissau; Ivory Coast; Liberia; Mali; Niger; Nigeria; Senegal; Sierra Leone; Togo; West Africa
Last modified: 20 Apr 2022