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Project Small Rivers of Ukraine has concluded

01-Apr-2004

The project Small rivers of Ukraine: public participation in their conservation and sustainable use, implemented by Wetlands International's Black Sea Programme, has come to a successful conclusion
The project Small rivers of Ukraine: public participation in their conservation and sustainable use, implemented by Wetlands International's Black Sea Programme, has come to a successful conclusion. The main outputs of this project are: • All-Ukrainian Seminar 'Public Participation in the Conservation of Small Rivers in Ukraine;' • Strategic Environmental Action Plan of the Ukrainian NGO Network on the Conservation and Restoration of Rivers in Ukraine; • Ukrainian Rivers Network (URN) - a national association of NGOs working on river conservation; • Three annual URN workshops; • Training course for NGO representatives, 'Public Participation in the Conservation of Small Rivers'; • URN web-site; • E-mail and internet equipment for NGOs working on the conservation of small rivers; • Report 'International Experience in River Conservation: Public Participation'; • CD with a review of Ukraine's small rivers, NGOs working on the conservation of small rivers, environmental legislation, potential (inter)national sponsors, publications, photos, etc.

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