N° du projet 2210313071

The goal of the IOC HAB Programme is to foster the effective management of, and scientific research on, harmful algal blooms in order to understand their causes, predict their occurrences, and mitigate their effects. This is achieved through provision to Member States of information and expert advice; training; research to improve understanding of harmful algae ecology, the mechanisms responsible for toxin production and accumulation, and the effect of algal toxins on organisms. Such activities contribute to improved methods to minimize the impacts of harmful algae on society, to appropriate observation systems for HABs, and to protect public health and ensure seafood safety. The Programme also provides the framework for activities on non-indigenous invasive species (NIS).

  • On-going

USD 26,970

Budget total du projet


Total des dépenses encourues


En cours
Date de début 2022.01.01
Date de fin 2023.12.31
Référence au 2022.03.31

Couverture géographique et bénéficiaires

Plan de financement

Type de financement Utilisation des fonds Sources de financement Budget du projet (USD) Dépenses encourues (USD)
Assessed Contribution - Assessed Contribution Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Contribution to Regular Budget 26,970 -

Les projets contribuent à

Contribution au cadre de résultats de l'UNESCO 2022-2025
Sector: Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission
Outcome 3 - Enhance knowledge for climate action, biodiversity, water and ocean management, and disaster risk reduction Produit :3.IOC1 - Member States critically supported in strengthening their capacity to conduct marine scientific research, generate knowledge, and develop and implement science-based tools, services, and policies in order to reverse the decline in ocean health and accelerate the transition towards sustainable management of ocean-related risks and opportunities
Objectifs de développement durable
  • 35%
Priorités globales et groupes de priorités de l'UNESCO
  • Gender Equality | 25%
  • Priority Africa | 25%
  • Small Island Developing States | 20%