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World Fisheries Day

Today, 21 November, is World Fisheries Day. On this occasion, the UNDP Mauritius and Seychelles country office is proud to share a video on the EU-funded E€ofish "Mauritius" project which aims at supporting the economic empowerment of the artisanal fishing community of the Republic of Mauritius. The video provides an overview of the fisheries sector in Mauritius and delves into the challenges of artisanal fishers before presenting the approach and objectives of the E€ofish "Mauritius" project which is implemented in the Republic of Mauritius by the UNDP in collaboration with the Ministry of Blue Economy, Marine Resources, Fisheries and Shipping, and the Rodrigues Regional Assembly.

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World Fisheries Day Mauritius


The islands of Mauritius and Rodrigues were once covered in luxurious rainforests and palm savannah, and rich in endemic biodiversity. This idyllic state lasted until the first human settlers arrived in the 17th Century. Since then, both islands have undergone drastic and rapid changes in land use. The Forestry Service reports that as of 2014, only 2% of native forests remain in Mauritius. The Sustainable Land Management Project aims at supporting the efforts of Mauritius to achieve Land Degradation Neutrality is defined as “the state whereby the amount and quality of land resources, necessary to support ecosystem functions and services and enhance food security, remains stable or increases within specified temporal and spatial scales and ecosystems”.

(Source: Youtube)


Plastic Recycling

A video on setting up a Plastic Recycling workspace in Blue Bay, Mauritius. 

More information and 20 things we learned while making can be found at the link below.

(Source: Youtube)

Precious Plastic Mauritius

Climate Change

Coral reefs are important for coastal livelihoods and contribute to food security. In Mauritius and Seychelles coral reefs are under severe stress and are affected by bleaching associated to the effects of climate change. The Adaptation Fund and UNDP are helping the Government of Mauritius to increase climate resilience by supporting coral reef restoration and installing artificial reefs.

(Source: Youtube)

Reef Conservation Mauritius

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