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Newsletters
UN Environment Africa Office Newsletter - Sep-Oct 2018
United Nations Environment Programme

UN Environment Africa Office Newsletter Sep-Oct 2018. This is the bimonthly newsletter of the UN Environment Africa Office.


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African Environmental Education & Training Action Plan (AEETAP): Nairobi Review Meeting
United Nations Environment Programme
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Newsletters
Africa Office Newsletter - May-June 2018
United Nations Environment Programme
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River Inputs to the West and Central African marine environment
United Nations Environment Programme/United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cutural Organization

This report was prepared as a contribution to the development of the Action Plan for the West and Central African Region. It provides an evaluation of the present status of monitoring river discharges, sediment discharges and contaminant discharges into the West and Central African Marine Environment, a description of the organizational set-up regarding water quality monitoring in countries of the region, existing problems and recommendations for action to improve the situation, together with a very preliminary estimate of total water, sediment and pollution inputs into the marine environment of the region.


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Nutrient Management Challenges in Africa
IITA

Power Point presentation about the nutrient management challenges faced in Africa


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Periodical/Newsletter, Policy/strategy document
Gender and Environment: Empowering Rural Women: Access to Land and Natural Resources - SDG Policy Brief No. 002
United Nations Environment Programme

Women constitute approximately half of the rural labour force and are economically active in each subsector of the rural economy. Their livelihoods are often based on access to and control over natural resources. The potential economic gains from reducing the gender gap translate into significant poverty reduction and improved nutritional outcomes.


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Summaries
Africa Waste Management Outlook - Summary for Decision-makers
United Nations Environment Programme

Following the success of the Global Waste Management Outlook, IETC has been leading the development of a series of regional and thematic WM outlook. The Africa WM Outlook is part of this series and looks at the continent's trends in waste management and calls for action for improvements in the sector.


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Industrial Sources of marine and coastal pollution in the East African Region
United Nations Environment Programme/ United Nations Industrail Development Organization

Gave brief over of East Africa as well as industrial pollution estimates, sources, case studies and recommendations


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