+229 95 28 52 20 contact@ecobenin.org

Four Trawlers Arrested in Protected Waters Off Benin

On December 8th armed Beninese Navy sailors worked with Sea Shepherd crew to covertly apprehend and arrest four industrial trawlers fishing illegally in the waters of Benin, a country in West Africa. Photos by Leon Greiner/Sea Shepherd. 

Clic here to read more

Partager via :

Voir aussi

  • 72
    Overflows of the Mono River, Mr. & Mrs. Pollard and Eco-Benin assisted the victims of Bouche du RoyThe call for assistance from the mayor of the municipality of Grand-Popo was favorably received by the Eco-Benin NGO and his partner Mr. & Mrs. Pollard. The organization and her American traveler donated a large amount of food and solar lamps items. 50 all-night solar lamps, 1 ton of maize, 0,5 ton of rice, 250 liters of cooking oil, school supplies kits, medicines and clothes. All for a value of four thousand dollars ($4,000). The…
    Tags: the, of, and
  • 39
    The ‘CSR café’: where business meets civil societyWhat if civil society organizations could meet up with business in an informal way to share best practices on social and environmental programs? This idea sparked the creation of the CSR café: a friendly space where business meets civil society. Gautier Amoussou of Eco-Benin tells us about this highly successful concept. Gautier: "The idea for the CSR Café originated during a training that we took as part of the Shared Resources, Joint Solutions program with…
    Tags: the, to, and, of, a, in

Poster un commentaire

Nos Circuits Ecotouristiques

Data from MeteoArt.com