• System Cause-Effect Analysis Workshop

    Within the framework of Med4EBM Project, TCNR conducted on 11th of August, System Cause-Effect Analysis online workshop to asses the ecological risks and socio-economic stresses and first identification of management interventions for the Implementation of an Ecosystem-Based Integrated Coastal Zone Management. The System Cause-Effect Analysis Workshop focuses on defining a coherent and integrated set ofmanagement measures, in the Tyre Coast…

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    TCNR Clean Up The Med campaign

    Under the scope of COMMON project, Tyre Coast Nature Reserve implemented on Sunday, 22 May 2022, the Clean Up The Med cleaning campaign on the Tyre Beach Reserve.Around 200 volunteers participated in this activity on the beaches of Tyre Reserve, Abbessieh Beach Reserve, Rashidiya Beach and Mansuri Beach, weighing about 675 kilograms of wastes collected.Volunteers, associations, and students participated on…

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  • MED4EBM in Italy launches the “Mediterranean Forum for Integrated Ecosystem Management”

    The launch event of the “Mediterranean Forum for Integrated Ecosystem Management,” under the framework of the MED4EBM project, opened this Thursday 12th May 2022 in Sibari, in the province of Cosenza (Calabria, Italy). The project, funded by the ENI CBC MED program, is being implemented in four countries from the Mediterranean and Red Seas: Jordan, Lebanon, Tunisia, and Italy.  Amici della Terra Onlus,…

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  • MED4EBM 5th Steering Committee

    On 10th of May, #MED4EBM project partners attended the 5th steering committee meeting in Italy to discuss project’s achievement, progress, and future plans.

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    TCNR Stakeholders’ Consultation Workshop

    Under the scope of Med4ebm Project, TCNR organized a “Stakeholders’ Consultation Workshop” in collaboration with the lead beneficiary UNDP Jordan Country Office on 21st of March, at Rest House Tyre, to engage the local community benefiting from the TCNR ecosystems’ services, in the monitoring and data gathering about the Marine, Agricultural and Wetland ecosystems.

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    TCNR ISP Software Training Workshop

    Tyre Coast Nature Reserve (TCNR) organized its first data entry workshop and training on ISP software and database management at the Rest House, Tyre, Lebanon under the framework of the MED4EBM project, and in collaboration with the project Lead Beneficiary (UNDP Jordan Country Office) and the Italian partner “Amici Della Terra Onlus”. The workshop was executed from March 15 till…

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  • RfQ for monitoring of floating litter_COMMON project

    Tyre Coast Nature Reserve – محمية شاطئ صور الطبيعية(TCNR), as partner of #COMMONproject, is opening a Request for Quotations for “Monitoring of Floating Micro & Macro Litter” 👇 All details https://daleel-madani.org/civil-society-directory/tyre-coast-nature-reserve/calls/request-quotations-monitoring-floating-littercommon-project #GOMED #WeAreAllMed

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    TCNR Art Thematic Event

    Within the framework of Med4ebm Project, TCNR conducted a thematic event entitled Raising Awareness through Art on 24th of November at the public garden in Tyre. Local artists participated in sharing their artistic visions by painting on the trash bins awareness messages.Special thanks and appreciation to Fekr w Insan Association, Al Afak Institution (Imam Sadr Foundation), Al Jaleel Association, Al…

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    Capacity building training for stakeholders

    TCNR executed the capacity building training for stakeholders: Feker w Insan presented the recycling importance and executive plan, Vamos Todos presented the need for Integrated Waste Management, especially sorting recyclables, and TCNR presented an introduction to circular economy.

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  • ActivitiesBeach clean decalogue

    BEach CLEAN campaign

    TCNR executed the BEach CLEAN campaign through the distribution of beach decalogue and filling questionnaires with huts’, hotels, and restaurants operators.

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