The VADUrabil project provides a series of answers and solutions, so that the local community can begin to understand the whole process and ensure the sustainable development of the region, while enjoying its beauty.
Vadu village, next to Corbu, is one of the entry points on the Chituc ridge, a mixed scientific reservation, which covers an area of 2300 ha and is part of the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve.
Vadu has become a favorite tourist destination for camping lovers, and their number is growing year by year. Moreover, the COVID19 pandemic has led more and more people to review their holiday destinations and opt for isolated places. But this leaves its mark on the beaches, but also the biodiversity of the area.
Therefore, the VADUrabil project provides a series of answers and solutions, so that the local community can begin to understand the whole process and ensure the sustainable development of the region, while enjoying its beauty.
- Ensuring the sustainable development of the area, in harmony with the environment, the community and other local actors
- Preserving the specificity of the area in terms of biodiversity and beach cleanliness
- Awareness of tourists and the community about the importance of the area
In order to achieve the objectives, the following activities are concretized:
Waste monitoring, in the Vadu area, according to the methodology approved by the European Commission. This activity takes place with the support of the organization's volunteers and Black Sea Oil & Gas employees, eager to get involved in scientific data collection actions.
Carrying out an awareness campaign for tourists, during the summer season, both online and directly on the beach. In addition to the attractive posts, from the groups dedicated to the area, the organization's volunteers are present on the beach, talking to tourists and sharing promotional materials.
Realization of a strategy / plan for sustainable development, in the Vadu area, together with all interested local actors (DDBRA, Corbu City Hall, ABADL, Constanța Prefecture, representatives of other non-governmental organizations, citizens, tourism associations, companies operating in the area).
The VADUrabil project is financially supported by Black Sea Oil & Gas.