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About IWEco

East Grand Bahama is one of the most ecologically diverse yet vulnerable areas in The Bahamas. The Implementing Land Water and Ecosystems Management in The Bahamas (IWEco The Bahamas) project is focused on restoring and sustaining the natural environment, developing an ecotourism sector that supports sustainable livelihoods and implementing proper watershed management planning for an area that spans some 49,000 acres.

Google Earth map of Grand Bahama
Google Earth map of Grand Bahama

Still recovering from destructive Hurricane Dorian in September 2019, East Grand Bahama is also prone to threats like storm surges, flooding, and saltwater filtering into water resources, soil, and pine forests. Reducing threats, while improving systems and regulations, making the area more climate-resilient, and supporting sustainable livelihoods is critical.

On this website, we share with you the path being pursued to restore, revitalize and reimagine for the benefit of the communities of East Grand Bahama. We also invite you to get involved and participate in this renewal effort.

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There is a role for you to play as well. Connect with us to find out more about how you can help and benefit from the transformation that lies ahead by sending us an email.


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