Thank you to our financial partners without whom the projects wouldn't have been possible.
The UNDP GEF Small Grants Programme is a unique international body. It is a financial mechanism to support and promote all initiatives as well as community works aimed at facing major environmental problems in the world. Its mission and management represent innovative solutions to the support of the mandate of the 21st Agenda for the Earth Summit of 1992 which was held in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. For more information, please click here to visit the website.
Involved since 1992 in supporting research, rehabilitation and educational programmes in the field of marine life, the Total Foundation for biodiversity and the sea in collaboration with Total Mauritius, provides continuous support to the MMCS in all its actions towards sustainable management of marine resources, especially the cetaceans and coral reefs. For more information, please visit the following websites: Total Corporate Foundation and Total mauritius.
We also thank our institutional partner:
The Indian Ocean Commission (IOC), a regional organisation created by the "Accord de Cooperation de Victoria" in 1984, consists of five member countries: the Comoros Islands, France (Reunion Island), Madagascar, Mauritius and the Seychelles. Its main objective is the promotion of sustainable co-development of the islands located in the south-west of the Indian Ocean which it defends in international forums on matters pertaining to ecology, economy and culture. It develops activities in the economic sector (consideration of the region in the world economy), in the environmental field (namely marine and coastal) , on animal and vegetal resources, in the protection of populations (social security, children`s rights, public health) and finally in the cooperation of cultural, academic and research works.
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