After concluding a multi-annual (2008-2013) regional program to strengthen EIA systems through national associations for impact assessment professionals in Central Africa and the regional umbrella organisation SEEAC, the NCEA remains available to SEEAC for backstopping and technical assistance. To this end, the NCEA and SEEAC signed an MoU for the period 2014-2018. The support includes coaching in support of the functioning and management of SEEAC, as well as technical backstopping.
Advisory reports and other documents
|11 Aug 2020: Advisory review|
|Conseil par la CNEE sur le 'Guide méthodologique pour la prise en compte de enjeux de santé dans les évaluations environnementales'|
2020 - SEEAC elaborated a new guidance document on how health can be better taken into account within ESIA’s. It is financed by IFDD (l’Institut de la Francophonie pour le Développement Durable). The challenge is to get a balance between focussing on Health within the ESIA process, without making a specific guidance document on ESIA. Another challenge is to make it clear what the difference is between HIA and health within ESIA and how HIA can be a useful tool during the elaboration of an ESIA. During the process of elaborating this guidance, the NCEA has published an independent advice on a first draft version. A validation workshop with other experts will take place on Friday 23rd of October. The final guidance document will be available soon after the validation.
Members of the working group
|Mr A. Biwole|
|Mr N. Cantoreggi|
|Mr B. Cave|
|Mr R.A.M. Post|
Technical secretary: Ms P. Dobbelaar-van Meenen
Country: Angola; Burundi; Cameroon; Central Africa; Central African Republic; Chad; Democratic Republic of Congo; Equatorial Guinea; Gabon; Rwanda
Last modified: 22 Oct 2020