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Tunisia - Oil Pollution Management Project (Inglês)

The outcome of the project was satisfactory, sustainability is likely, and the institutional development was substantial. The project, mainly funded by a grant from the Global Environment Facility (GEF), met its criteria of "pollution reduction in international waters" category. Lessons show the project's regional approach, proved to have a high demonstration value, through enhanced national, and regional standards, and policies, as well as monitoring of waste reception, and facilities handling. This success, triggered a multi-port ship waste tracking system, to include a ship waste system, port oil spill contingency, and responsive plans for Tunisian ports. Additionally, oil spill training exercises will be implemented for all ports, and related agencies. The overall success can be attributed to both the Bank, and borrower's approach, i.e., the Bank's multidisciplinary team, which provided consistency, and, the strong leadership provided by the implementing agency ensuring an active regional coordination, through the Comite Regional pour Coordination du Projet (CRCP), who established regulatory, and management regimes. However, ship waste projects require enhanced environmental coastal zone, port management plans, and pollution control activities.


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    Tunisia - Oil Pollution Management Project

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