Biosphere and Heritage of Lake Chad (BIOPALT)
The inhabitants of the Lake Chad basin face many challenges Years of drought with 95 of the lakes surface area reduced and unsustainable management have led to significant imbalances in ecosystems which were not compensated by the recent increase of the lakes area since the 2000s The main sources of livelihoods in the basin agriculture livestock farming and fisheries depend on healthy environments The degraded ecosystems added to political and security unrest compromise these resources
Interview: Seven questions to Johnpaul Ekene Ikwelle, Culture of Peace & Youth Engagement Expert
Call for applications to participate in the Intergenerational Dialogue of leaders and young people of the Biennale of Luanda 2021!
Ethiopian Culture and Environment Ministries strengthen synergies for World Heritage protection
Participants in the UNESCO World Heritage workshop in Adama Ethiopia© UNESCOBemnet Yisrak
Ethiopia receives support in preparation of World Heritage nomination files
Bale Mountains National Park Ethiopia©UNESCOGetu Assefa