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02-Mar-2000

The Wetlands International West Africa programme has recently hired 3 persons on consultancy contracts in the West Africa regional office. They are: 1. Publications Officer Charles Mamady Beye, fro...
The Wetlands International West Africa programme has recently hired 3 persons on consultancy contracts in the West Africa regional office. They are: 1. Publications Officer Charles Mamady Beye, from Senegal 2. Database Officer El Hadji Ravane Diop, from Senegal. 3. Education & Awareness Officer Dr Abubacar Awaiss, from Niger. Dr Awaiss has already been leading some training courses for us. He will be in Senegal on secondment from the University in Niamey, Niger.

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