These two studies, produced with the support of the Global Environment Facility (GEF6) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), provide a comprehensive diagnosis of the legislative and institutional readiness of Nigeria and Senegal for the success of national action advanced under the Great Green Wall initiative. Even ahead of their launches in Abuja and Dakar, their findings have been informing the work of legislators in both countries to address the gaps identified, including cross-departmental coordination, funding and financing mechanisms, involvement of sub-national authorities and land tenure issues. For more information, please visit the GEF6 project sub-site https://gef6.globelegislators.org/.
The reports are available in English and French.
Diagnostic Study of the Legislative and Institutional Framework of the Great Green Wall and its Activities in Nigeria
Étude diagnostique du cadre législatif et institutionnel de la Grande Muraille verte et de ses activités au Nigeria
Étude diagnostique des cadres juridiques, politiques et institutionnels de la Grande Muraille Verte au Sénégal
Diagnostic Study of the Legal, Political , and Institutional Frameworks of the Great Green Wall in Senegal