Eastern African Action Plan (EAF)
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1985 Nairobi Kenya
1985, Nairobi (Kenya), on signature of T-XT8525 - Convention for the Protection, Management and Development of the Marine and Coastal Environment of the Eastern African Region (Nairobi Convention), entered into force 30 May 1996, and its protocols: T-XT8550 - Protocol Concerning Protected Areas and Wild Fauna and Flora in the Eastern African Region; T-XT8549 - Protocol Concerning Cooperation in Combating Marine Pollution in Cases of Emergency in the Eastern African Region. Originally referred to as Action Plan for the Protection, Management and Development of the Marine and Coastal Environment of the Eastern African Region. Implemented under the authority of the Executive Director of E-XE4161 - UNEP, within F-XF4234 - Regional Seas Programme. Technical coordination originally through U-XE6102 - UNEP Water Branch, currently through Regional Coordinating Unit (EAF/RCU), Mahé (Seychelles).
Promote environmentally sound sustainable development and management of marine and coastal systems in the region; establish general policies and objectives and promote appropriate legislation for protection of marine and coastal environment on a national and regional level; prevent pollution of the marine and coastal environment from activities within the states of the region or from operations primarily subject to jurisdiction of extra-regional states; monitor pollutants, their sources, levels and effects; provide for protection and rational development of living resources of the region through preservation of habitats, protection of species and planning and management of human activities affecting them; strengthen and encourage regional collaboration among institutions involved in study of marine and coastal resources and systems; improve training and assistance; stimulate growth of public awareness of the value, interest and vulnerability of the region's marine and coastal environment; assist countries to respond to maritime emergencies or marine pollution incidents which threaten the environment or local people; promote development methods and practices that safeguard environmental quality and utilize resources wisely and on a sustainable basis.
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