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A new volunteer
Our champion Anneline is leaving Ferlo
& Launch Fundraising for the 2nd Photo
Ever since September the males have been courting the females.
We have the pleasure to find new babies!
The tracking of the furrowed turtle continues…
Rehabilitation of the dunes of the Nair Island
Baie de Hann is an ASSET not an open SEWER!
Mbeubeuss, an ecological time bomb!
No disturbances today. The atmosphere is a complete contrast to that of the day before,
Once arrived in Keur Massar, the first smell you notice is the stinging of burned plastic in your nose and throat.
Project update "Nature Excursions to the Ferlo"
Ecofund and Daara J Family mobilize against the environmental pollution: "NIIT"
Lancement d'un nouvel ecoprojet !
Successful fundraising for 2 projects to protect the most-threatened turtles in Senegal
We only protect what we value
Race against the deforestation of Casamance
There was only one solution for the long term protection: fence the Ecoparc
Thank you ONOMO !
Accounts of donations and expenditures
The contest starts today
Ecoparc Casamance project update.
... we achieved positive and tangible results!
Successful project fundraising
COTOA first private sector partner to support the Ecoproject of the month
Stop nylon fishing nets!
Ecofund and CSR Network in Senegal signs Partnership Agreement
The fundraising for Cape Verde’s projects is closed!
What if you could? … be part of a success story. Join Ecofund Community today!
News from the Sulcata Turtles Projects: Newsletter 02-2013
Project update: stop the erosion of the island of Nair
Lamine's brief on his project update visit to Katané
Piles of dead Baobab trees cover the road. The green belt of Eastern Thiès is dead.
Three new projects to regenerate and to protect the furrowed turtle in Senegal
A summer camp for Imraguen children: A testimony
Reinforcing the dunes of the island of Nair to enable the Spoonbills breed peacefully.
The Palmyra is a fabulous resource for West Africa though depreciated
20Twelve has been the year of our first concrete results
The children’s impression on the summer camp
We are proud to announce our partnership with Bégué Press
RAMPAO and Ecofund decided to join their efforts to have a better impact on the protection of the biodiversity in West Africa.
How to responsibilize and mobilize private sector for solid waste management solutions?
Internet as a vector for the development on the African Continent?
2 years Ecofund celebration
Project closing ceremony “Stop nylon fishing nets”
Senegalese Association pour la Protection des Almadies
Climate change and the changes in the ecosystems of the Langue de Barbarie
Radio talk with environmental experts