Rehabilitation of the Ecological Functions of the Senegal River Delta
AbstractThis report is an initial effort to evaluate the options for rehabilitating the Ndiaël. It is the result of a desk study carried out in November 2000 and of two month-long field mission held in May and August of 2001. The findings will serve in preparation for the Environmental Management Component of the Long Term Water Sector Project, which also includes a management plan for the Lac de Guiers and the rehabilitation of the Baie de Hann (Dakar). The work was researched in the context of two other World Bank projects: the Coastal and Marine Biodiversity Management GEF project and the Senegal River Basin GEF project.
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