Status of National Intersectoral Coordination Mechanisms (NICs) Map - CLME+ HUB

Status of National Intersectoral Coordination Mechanisms (NICs) Map

This map illustrates the status of the National Intersectoral Mechanism in the Wider Caribbean Region as of July 2019. A National Intersectoral Mechanism is a mechanisms that involves stakeholders comprehensively: State actors - government agencies, parastatal bodies; Non-state actors - NGOs, CBOs and academia; Private sector – from small to large enterprise. It’s also a mechanism for regular review, evaluation, learning and adaptation (for efficiency, effectiveness  and responsiveness); and serves to integrate  sectors and actors involved in marine affairs   at the national   level.

Year: 2019
Author: CERMES
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