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Report | EAIO Economic Newsletter - Environmental protection technologies in EAIO

The June's monthly letter by the French Treasury in EAIO focuses on environmental protection technologies in EAIO.

The monthly East Africa and Indian Ocean (EAIO) study has just been published by the SER of Nairobi, with the contribution of the SE of Dar es Salaam. This month's letter focuses on environmental protection technologies in EAIO. Here's a brief description:

If all countries have enshrined environmental protection in their constitution and have ambitious strategic plans in this regard, the implementation thereof and the adoption of technologies aimed at ensuring effective and sustainable management of natural resources vary greatly across the region, hindered by a lack of quality and accessible data, financing, and human capacity. Concurrently, coordination is often intricate among ministries and
sectoral agencies, whose mandates may overlap at times. The sector receives substantial support from international donors such as France, GIZ, USAID, the World Bank, UNEP, and UNDP. With the strengthening of international environmental standards, such as the European directive against imported deforestation, opportunities arise for French companies, funded by donors, to engage in the collection and coordination of data systems concerning climate change, natural resources, and disasters, and the integration of this information into
decision-making processes. Carbon credits, especially voluntary ones, also emerge as a pertinent subject for financing mobilization with relevant French expertise.


Overview (3 pages):

  • French version HERE
  • English version HERE

The full study:

  • French version only HERE
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