The French Facility for Global Environment (FFEM) was created by the French Government in 1994 following the first Earth Summit, to implement sustainable development projects that integrate the preservation of global public goods, international solidarity and innovation in developing and emerging countries.
The FFEM supports all the DIDEM activities as well as the coordination.
The objective of the Monaco Exploration Society is to conduct international collaborative missions linking scientific research, outreach towards the public and governmental cooperation. The main themes that guide its action concern the protection of the megafauna, the protection of corals, new exploration technologies, and the development of marine protected areas.
The Monaco Explorations support DiDEM actions in Seychelles and High Seas.
The IDRC invests in high-quality research, share knowledge globally, and mobilizes alliances for a more sustainable and inclusive world.
Part of Canada’s foreign affairs and development efforts, the IDRC funds and supports high-quality research in developing countries, shares knowledge with researchers and policymakers to inform local and global action, and mobilizes alliances to drive global positive change.
The IDRC supports the DiDEM actions on the Deltas.
Institut de Recherche pour le Développement
A French public research institution, IRD supports an original model of equitable scientific partnership and interdisciplinary, citizen, sustainability science committed to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.
The IRD leads the DiDEM program and contributes to all activities and coordination.
The INTERREG V Indian Ocean program aims to strengthen the regional integration of Reunion and Mayotte in the Indian Ocean and to meet the challenges of co-development of countries in the area. Funding comes from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the main instrument of the European policy of economic, social and territorial cohesion.
The INTERREG V has contributed to the PAREO activities in Mauritius, Seychelles and La Réunion.
Since its inception in 1972, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has been the global authority that sets the environmental agenda, promotes the coherent implementation of the environmental dimension of sustainable development within the United Nations system and serves as an authoritative advocate for the global environment.
Through the WIOSAP programme from the Nairobi Convention, the UNEP contributes to the WIO Deltas activities of DiDEM.
As the United Nations lead agency on international development, UNDP works in 170 countries and territories to eradicate poverty and reduce inequality. We help countries to develop policies, leadership skills, partnering abilities, institutional capabilities, and to build resilience to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Our work is concentrated in three focus areas; sustainable development, democratic governance and peace building, and climate and disaster resilience.
Through the WIO LME SAPPHIRE programme of the Nairobi Convention, UNDP contributes to the High Sea activities of DiDEM.
As the leading philanthropic network in France, Fondation de France brings together donors, philanthropists from collaborating foundations, volunteers, and those working on the ground, wherever they might be. To each of them, we provide the support they need in order to make their activities as effective as possible. And that applies to all fields of the public good: assistance to the vulnerable, medical research, the environment, culture, education...
TheFondation de France supports the LittoSIM project on the submersion risks.