International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies

Forests of the Amazon makes up 93% of the land surface of Suriname, with a total of 14.8 million ha. Our forests are threatened by deforestation (by logging) and by impacts of climate change (forest…  


Importance of sustainable management and conservation of the unique and special mangrove ecosystems

Mangroves are important - for life on earth. Communities living along the coast, depend on mangroves for food, coastal protection and income. Taking all these elements into consideration, mangroves…  


Mungra Medical Center in Nickerie receives PPE items to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

In order to alleviate the shortage in protective gear, the GCCA+ Climate Change Suriname Adaptation - Phase 2 Project, funded by the European Union and the United Nations Development Programme…  


WORLD OCEANS DAY - Lives and Livelihoods

In Suriname, the fisheries sector is the largest in the Agricultural sector, with over thirty five percent of the production value and an export quantity between thirty five percent and forty percent…  

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