Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary
Factors affecting the property in 1992*
- Financial resources
Factors* affecting the property identified in previous reports
Construction of a dam (issue resolved)
International Assistance: requests for the property until 1992
Total amount approved : 79,132 USD
|1992||Purchase of redwood and other materials for repairing ... (Approved)||10,000 USD|
|1988||Financial contribution to repair sluices in Djoudj ... (Approved)||20,000 USD|
|1982||Equipment for biological research and surveillance at ... (Approved)||29,132 USD|
|1980||Joint mission to draw up a plan of protection for ... (Approved)||20,000 USD|
Missions to the property until 1992**
Conservation issues presented to the World Heritage Committee in 1992
The Committee may recall that the repair of barrages and gates regulating water flow into this wetland area was financed by the World Heritage Fund in 1988. The Senegalese authorities, by their letter of 25 August 1992, have informed the World Heritage Centre that the parallel wooden planks, held together by clay, which keep the gates dry and resistant to water-leaks and seepage to and from the Djoudj River, have been found to be defective, and have requested assistance for the purchase of wood for replacing the existing ones at an estimated total cost of about US$ 10,000. The proposal is being submitted to the consideration of the Chairman of the World Heritage Committee for approval.
Decisions adopted by the Committee in 1992
16 COM VIII
SOC: Djoudj National Park (Senegal)
Djoudj National Park (Senegal)
The Committee recalled that the repair of barrages and gates regulating water flow into this wetland area was financed by the World Heritage Fund in 1988. The Committee noted that the parallel wooden planks, held together by clay, which keep the gates dry and resistant to water leaks and seepage to and from the Djoudj River, have been found to be defective, and that the Senegalese authorities had been provided emergency assistance for the purchase of wood to replace the existing planks at an estimated total cost of about US$10,000. The Delegate of Senegal thanked the Committee and informed the members that repair work was progressing rapidly and satisfactorily.
No draft Decision
The threats indicated are listed in alphabetical order; their order does not constitute a classification according to the importance of their impact on the property.
Furthermore, they are presented irrespective of the type of threat faced by the property, i.e. with specific and proven imminent danger (“ascertained danger”) or with threats which could have deleterious effects on the property’s Outstanding Universal Value (“potential danger”).