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Wetlands International launches new global website, also for Africa and Latin America

08-Dec-2011

Today, we have put the website in its new format live. See our global site as well as the sites for Africa and for Latin America and our site showing the Ramsar wetland database.

 

 

 

We implemented a new design, giving the sites a fresher, modern and more accessible look. We also used the opportunity to improve the content, highlighting the main areas of our work, giving more focus and providing clear links to find what you want.

 

This design is just one (big!) step in our efforts to improve our website. Several actions are planned in the coming months to further improve the content, to make it easier to search and to improve the speed of the site.

 

I hereby congratulate all the collegues that have worked on these sites in the different offices with the work done so far.

 

Any suggestions to improve are always very welcome.

 

 

Alex Kaat

Advocacy and Communications Manager

alex.kaat@wetlands.org

 

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Ms. Ytha Kempkes
Communications and Advocacy Manager
Tel. +31 (0)318 660933
Email: ytha.kempkes@wetlands.org

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