Actions accomplished

  • Dunes of Essaouira: mapping a sustainable future for the plains of the Atlantic coast of Morocco, project funded by CEPF – 2016

  • Conservation of the Turtle Dove, a project between GREPOM and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (18 April – 14 May 2016)

  • Identification of roosting and feeding places of Egyptian Vulture (Neophron Percnopterus) in the Middle Atlas, projet financé par African Bird Club

  • Integrated management of the Lower Lukkos wetland complex, Larache, operational actions financed by CICONIA. Closing of the project 2004-2010

  • Follow-up of some Important Areas for Bird Conservation (Oued Tahadart, Essaouira Archipelago, Al Mansour Ad-Dhabi Dam, Oued Amma Fatma, Khnifiss Lagoon, Laayoune Wetland) – 2012

  • Diagnostic de la biodiversité des écosystèmes les plus importants traversés par la Ligne à Grande Vitesse, notamment ceux de la forêt de Khmis Essahel et des zones humides du Bas Loukkos et du Bas Tahaddart, pour le compte de l’ONCF – 2012

  • CEPF–Ecosystem Profile update for the Mediterranean Basin

  • MedWet Civil Society Network: Wetland Sentry Project

  • Strengthening local NGOs for the implementation of environmental agreements in Morocco. Realization of a document « Birds of heritage interest in Morocco » of information and sensitization whose main objective is the contribution to the improvement of the awareness on the heavy threats, which weigh on a significant part of the avian stand of the country. Project funded by the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation for Development

  • Support for the conservation of White-headed Duck (Oxyuraleucocephala) in Morocco: identification of key sites, improvement of knowledge on the species and capacity building of managers, project funded by Agreement on the Conservation of African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbirds ( AEWA)