Tunisia – Ministry of Environment – Presentation of MEET project to Tunisian authorities
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During the meetings held in Tunis on the 17th and 18th of September, a delegation composed by representatives of IUCN Med, Med PAN and Federparchi has officially launched the MEET project in the presence of relevant authorities (Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Tourism, and General Directorate of Forestry) and key stakeholders involved in the ecotourism management in protected areas in Tunisia.
In this context, three meetings were held respectively at the Ministry for the Environment, the Coastal Protection and Planning Agency (APAL) to discuss the actions to be performed in the Marine Protected Areas (MPA), and the General Directorate of Forests to discuss the actions to be implemented in the terrestrial Protected Areas.
All Tunisian authorities and stakeholders stressed the importance of being involved in such a major initiative that gathers together several Mediterranean countries, and the need to consolidate and harmonize ecotourism initiatives in the Tunisian Protected Areas in order to achieve the added value of the MEET project .
Concerning the implementation, the presentation of the project allowed the officials to express the need to specify the role of national stakeholders (APAL, DGF, DEQV and Tourism) and to discuss with the initiators the resulting coordination framework.
During the two days of meetings, the parties agreed on the approach for implementation of activities , the creation of the national committee (to be convened each three months), the pilot actions implementation framework, and the criteria to undertake in their selection.
Positive outcomes of the meetings include reports of a large number of stakeholders who are interested in implementing the project and to want to profit from the training and exchange of experiences provided by the project. Civil society was also keen to participate in the project implementation.
Finally, the MEET delegation agreed with the Tunisian officials on the next step regarding coordination with national stakeholders in the selection of two pilot sites, and the commitment of selected activities.