The pilot project in the Southeast Pacific is being implemented mainly in a specific cross-border area named Gulf of Guayaquil (Ecuador/Peru), while training activities will benefit all the member states of the Plan of Action for the Protection of the Marine Environment and Coastal Areas of the Permanent Commission for the South Pacific (CPPS): Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama and Peru.
The region shows important advances in coastal management, although with a different level of progress. However, implementation of MSP processes is still incipient, with specific exercises in the framework of projects and other non-institutionalized temporary initiatives.
> Develop the pre-planning phase of MSP in the Gulf of Guayaquil
> Strengthen the institutional coordination towards the adoption of a regional roadmap
> Reinforce institutional capacities
> Binational recommendations for cross-border MSP and Sustainable Blue Economy in the Gulf of Guayaquil
> Roadmap for transboundary MSP and Sustainable Blue Economy in the Southeast Pacific