Controlling Fruit Flies in Nigeria: ECOWAS Hands-Over Surveillance Materials and Phytosani-tary Equipment to the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
23 November 2022

As part of the ECOWAS efforts to provide surveillance and phytosanitary inspection materials to the 15 Member States towards controlling fruit flies in the region through the AFD/EU-fun

Fruit Fly Control in West Africa: the ECOWAS Syrimao Project reports on the Imple-mentation of its Activities and the 2022 Mango Campaign
14 November 2022

As part of the consolidation, expansion, and sustainability of the fruit fly control achievements in West Africa, the ECOWAS Innovative Regional Fruit Fly Control System Project (Syrimao) t

A Quarterly Newsletter to Promote the Actions of the ECOWAS Agroecology Programme
11 November 2022

Action is urgently needed to face the climate crisis. With the support of its partners (EU, AFD), ECOWAS is promoting the transition of West African agriculture to agroecology.

Fisheries Committee: West Africa Task Force Meeting, 8-10 November 2022 in Cotonou- Benin
09 November 2022

The West Africa Task Force to fight illegal fishing along the ECOWAS maritime zone is holding its 13th Meeting in Cotonou, Benin.

ECOWAS Agroecology Programme: 15 training Centres selected for Stakeholders’ Capacity building
08 November 2022

Taking advantage of the regional 2022 review and 2023 planning workshop of its Agroecology Programme, the ECOWAS Commission officially launched, in Cotonou Benin on 3rd November 2022, t

Deuxième édition de la cartographie des flux financiers climat vers la région CEDEAO-CILSS
04 November 2022
Contribution des projets pilotes à la lutte contre les changements climatiques en Afrique de l’Ouest
04 November 2022
The Newsletter N°3 of SyRIMAO is available
02 November 2022
Containing Desertification and Land Degradation: ECOWAS at COP15 on Desertification
02 November 2022

In West Africa, the desert is moving at an annual rate of 5 km in semi-arid areas. Moreover, from 1975 to 2018, about 2.2 million km2 of degraded land were recorded.

Controlling and Eradicating Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR) by 2030: ECOWAS takes the Lead in West Africa
02 November 2022

Progressive mass vaccination campaigns against PPR under the leadership of the ECOWAS Commission aim at covering all the 15 Member States in the long run, as part of the control and era

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