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Entries for April 2003

01-Apr-2003

At the World Water Forum in Kyoto, Japan, Wetlands International was represented by Mr. Bakary Kone. Read the summary of his presentation Towards a wise use of the scarce river water of the Upper Nig...

01-Apr-2003

Two new proposals by the Wetlands International Senegal office on conservation & awareness of black crowned cranes in West Africa have been accepted for funding by Chester Zoo

01-Apr-2003

An information packed report on shorebird activities undertaken in the flyway in 2002 to implement the Action Plan for Conservation of Migratory Shorebirds in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway: 2001...

01-Apr-2003

Wetlands International has recently signed a Letter of Intent with the National Centre for Tropical Wetland Research (NCTWR Australia), and the Wetland Advisory and Training Centre (WATC-RIZA) , the ...

01-Apr-2003

Alvin Lopez leaves Wetlands International. Alvin has been with Wetlands International since 1996. In his most recent position as the Project Leader for the Asian Wetland Inventory (AWI), he was succe...
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