The project contributes to the sustainable development, biological monitoring and pollution assessment of the Black Sea Basin communities, as well as the preparation of documents for the establishment of marine reserves. It has four main components: Legal, Integrated Coastal Zone Management, Water Quality Monitoring and Biodiversity.
The project aims to contribute to the development of a region-wide steppe ecosystem restoration and conservation programme and its sustainable management as part of a viable rural land use system. It provides viable responses to the current pressure on steppe ecosystems and their biodiversity by addressing key threats and negative trends hampering sustainable development in the steppe zone of Moldova, Russia and Ukraine.
Public association "ECOLIFE" in partnership with the GAMCON and Mayor’s Office of Dezghingea and 3 local business representatives (sole proprietors), intend to develop 2 recreation areas, and plant trees there, in two remote districts of Dezghingea. These recreation areas will provide relaxation opportunities for children, young and adult population of the village.