2018 State of Conservation Report

July 17, 2018
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Concerns are being raised about an increasing number of foreign dive operators causing damage to coral reefs and disturbance of wildlife in Sanganeb Marine National Park and Dungonab Bay – Mukkawar Island Marine National Park.

The  2018 State of Conservation Report has identified financial resources and management systems/plans as main factors affecting  the property in 2018.

The World Heritage Centre is organizing a technical workshop in Port Sudan for July 2018, in view of bringing together key expertise from the UNESCO Marine World Heritage Network and contribute to building local capacities for the management of  Sudan’s Marine World Heritage Site.

Click here to view the  2018  State of Conservation Report. 

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