Ghana

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Contact Details

Satellite Phone: +870 77222 6804 / 77 222 6805
Landline: +233 0803211781/ 0303211 782 / 0303 211 753 / 0303 211 754 / 4601 99024

Tema MRSC

Captain Asuako-Owiredu

Telephone:  +233-303 207 872 / +233-244286606 

 

Armah Agyeman

Telephone:   +233 241 849 132

About Tema MRSC

About Tema MRSC

Initially operated on 16/5 basis but now would revert to 24/7 following the completion of the VTS centre.

Services being provided by centre

i.  Data gathering and dissemination of information
ii.  Provide meteorological services
iii.  Provide listening watch on VHF, and others
iv.  Limited SAR coordinators
v. Past meeting pictures

Ghana

About Ghana

Ghana (Listeni/ˈɡɑːnə/), officially called the Republic of Ghana, is a sovereign unitary presidential constitutional democracy, located along the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean, in the subregion of West Africa. Spanning a land mass of 238,535 km2, Ghana is bordered by the Ivory Coast in the west, Burkina Faso in the north, Togo in the east and the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean in the south. The word Ghana means "Warrior King" in Mande.

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Côte D'Ivoire

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MRSC Abidjan

Direction of Navigation, Safety and Coast Guard
Direction General of Port and Maritime Affairs

N° inmarsat:  +870772225506 
  +870772225507
Telephone: +225 21262998 / 212 629 98
Mobile: +225 422 833 79 / 04248063 / 417 14216
Inmarsat-C Available
Fax: +255 20223 088
E-mail: abidjan.radio@gmail.com / dgamp@avisco.ci 

RCC Abidjan

Telephone:    +225 21368051
Location: 5.324860096, -4.021890163

COAST RADIO STATION 'Abidjan Radio'

Telephone:  +225 20 34 47 45 
+225 20 22 00 38
Fax: +225 20 22 26 03
E-mail: marinocit@orange-cit.ci

GNEPA, Hyacinthe

Inspector, Communication and Maritime Traffic

Mobile:   (+225) 06 21 73 53 / 40 39 61 58 
Email:  gnepson@yahoo.fr

BAYA, Charles Roger

Head, SAR Service

Mobile:  (+225) 08 47 14 12 / 03 48 78 88 
Email: baycharly@yahoo.fr

GOULEÏ, Sédé

Charmain, SAR Committee

Mobile:   (+225) 07 52 85 52 / 01 02 19 20 
Email:  segoule@hotmail.fr 

About Côte D'Ivoire

About Côte D'Ivoire

Ivory Coast (Listeni/ˌaɪvəri ˈkoʊst/) or Côte d'Ivoire (/ˌkoʊt dᵻˈvwɑːr/;[7] KOHT dee-VWAHR; French: [kot divwaʁ] ( listen)), officially the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire (French: République de Côte d'Ivoire), is a country in West Africa. Ivory Coast's political capital is Yamoussoukro, and its economic capital and largest city is the port city of Abidjan.

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Guinea

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Contact Details

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MRSC Conakry

N° inmarsat:   + 870772387845 (Non opérationnel pour le moment) 
  + 870772387846 (Non opérationnel pour le moment)

Cellou DIALLO
Directeur National de la Marine Marchande

Telephone:   +224 620 634 386
Email:  cellou_diallo57@yahoo.fr

Nounké KEITA
Conseiller de la Direction Nationale de la Marine Marchande

Email:  nounkekeita@yahoo.fr
nounkekeita@dnmm-guinee.net
Telephone:  +224 622 582 683

Ahmadou Baïlo BALDE
Chargé d'étude à la Direction Nationale de la Marine Marchande
Section Sécurité de la Navigation et Contrôle des Marchandises dangereuses
Centre de Recherche et de Sauvetage Maritimes de Conakry (MRSC-Conakry)
BP: 06 Conakry République de Guinée

Telephone:   +224 622 621 889
Email: baldeya@gmail.com
  balde@dnmm-guinee.net

About Guinea

About Guinea

Guinea Listeni/ˈɡɪni/, officially the Republic of Guinea (French: République de Guinée), is a country in West Africa. Formerly known as French Guinea (French: Guinée française), the modern country is sometimes referred to as Guinea-Conakry in order to distinguish it from other parts of the wider region of the same name, such as Guinea-Bissau and Equatorial Guinea.[5] Guinea has a population of 10.5 million and an area of 245,860 square kilometres (94,927 sq mi).

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Sierra Leone

Category: WAMSARR Countries

 

Contact Details

Contact Details

Mobile Phone:   +232 766 154 25
Inmarsat-C: Available
E-mail: slorc1@stratosnet.com 

MRSC-Freetown 

Sierra Leone Joint Operating Center

Email:  jocopsintel@gmail.com 

Ronald MOORE

Email:  rnmoore01@yahoo.com
Telephone:  +232 76 35 57 07 

Amara B'deen CONTEH

Email:  deenconte@hotmail.com
Telephone:  +232 76 35 57 07

About Sierra Leone

About Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone (Listeni/sɪˈɛərə lɪˈoʊni, -lɪˈoʊn/),[5] officially the Republic of Sierra Leone, is a country in West Africa. It is bordered by Guinea on the north, Liberia in the south-east, and the Atlantic Ocean in the south-west. Sierra Leone has a tropical climate, with a diverse environment ranging from savannah to rainforests. Sierra Leone has a total area of 71,740 km2 (27,699 sq mi)[6] and an estimated population of 6 million (2011 United Nations estimate).[7][8] Freetown is the capital, largest city, and its economic and political centre. Bo is the second largest city. The other major cities in the country with a population above 100,000 are Kenema, Makeni and Koidu Town. Sierra Leone is divided into four geographical regions: the Northern Province, Eastern Province, Southern Province and the Western Area, which are further divided into fourteen districts.

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Liberia

Category: WAMSARR Countries

 

Contact Details

Contact Details

RMRCC-Monrovia

Landline (+231) 777-092229 
Mobile: (+231) 777-290158
INMARSAT Voice: 772222715/ 772222716 
INMARSAT Text/Data:   460173111/ 460199019 
E-mail: mrmrcc@lima-liberia.com
  mrcc.monrovia@yahoo.com  

Contact Persons:

Permanent Secretariat (West Africa Regional Maritime SAR Region):

Josiah Omasco Botoe, VI
Ag. Technical Supervisor, MRCC Monrovia

Telephone  +231886284317
Mobile: +231777084777
E-mail: omascobotoe@gmail.com

Sebastian Farr
Director - Division of Monitoring, Surveillance & Rescue
Liberia Maritime Authority

E-Mail:  farrsebastian88@yahoo.com
Mobile: +231-886-517489

Roger M. Teah

Administrative Supervisor - Division of Monitoring, Surveillance & Rescue

E-Mail:  tineomezzo2000@yahoo.com
Mobile: +231-886-971288

About RMRCC Monrovia

About RMRCC-Monrovia

Background

The Government of Liberia, in compliance with the global SAR plan, created the national legal basis for hosting one of five regional MRCCs when it enacted 'the National Maritime Search and Rescue Center' in 2008. On 23 April 2009, the Regional Maritime Rescue Coordination Center-Monrovia (RMRCC-Monrovia) became the fourth regional Center in Africa to be inaugurated by Honorable Efthimios E. Mitropoulos, IMO Secretary General emeritus, following RMRCC-Mombasa (in 2006), RMRCC-Cape Town (2007) and RMRCC-Lagos (2008).

The Liberia Maritime Authority, through its Department of Monitoring, Surveillance & Rescue (DMSR), is the national responsible authority for maritime SAR and surveillance activities.

RMRCC-Monrovia, the heart of DMSR's operations, covers the whole region encompassing the territorial waters of Liberia and her four neighboring countries as of the signing of the November 2007 Multilateral Agreement between the respective governments of Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.

This fills a sizable coverage gap in the middle Atlantic Ocean, an area in which many ships of all nations regularly transit, thereby giving the center a vital part to play in the larger scheme of providing effective Search and Rescue coverage on the West Coast of Africa.

The key statutory roles of RMRCC-Monrovia, which is jointly operated by the Liberia Maritime Authority and the Liberia Coast Guard, as outlined in the "Act creating the National Maritime Search and Rescue Center of Liberia" are to:

  Enter into agreements and coordinate its activities with any local, regional or international entity in the development of and implementation of search and rescue policies, procedures, and search and rescue activities.
  Utilise its resources, including communications equipment, any personnel, watercraft, aircraft with respect to maritime search and rescue operations outside the territorial waters and exclusive economic zone of Liberia if invited by a neighboring state or other state party or competent authority.
Grant immediate entry upon request into the territorial waters and exclusive economic zone of Liberia solely for the purpose of conducting maritime search and rescue operations.

 

RMRCC-Monrovia has the primary responsibility for the expeditious coordination and oversight of all regional maritime search and rescue activities within the region's delineated maritime SAR area.

It also serves as a national communication hub for maritime surveillance and the similar coordination of marine oil spill response.

About Liberia

About Liberia

Liberia Listeni/laɪˈbɪəriə/, officially the Republic of Liberia, is a country on the West African coast. Liberia means "Land of the Free" in Latin.[7] It is bordered by Sierra Leone to its west, Guinea to its north and Ivory Coast to its east. It covers an area of 111,369 square kilometres (43,000 sq mi) and is home to 4,503,000 people.[3] English is the official language and over 20 indigenous languages are spoken, representing the numerous tribes who make up more than 95% of the population.

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