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Intention Stratégique 2011-2020

L’Intention Stratégique pour 2011-2020 est une version révisée des perspectives sur dix années, telles qu’envisagées par Wetlands International. Elle remplace l’Intention Stratégique pour 2005-2014 comme stratégie globale pour l’organisation mondiale.

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Intencion Estrategica 2011-2020

La Intención Estratégica 2011-2020 es una versión revisada de la perspectiva a diez años de Wetlands International y sustituye a la Intención Estratégica 2005-2014 como la estrategia general de toda la organización. Se basó en amplias consultas a nivel interno y externo emprendidas desde 2009, incluyendo evaluaciones de logros pasados y lecciones aprendidas, así como evaluaciones de los desafíos y oportunidades internas y externas a la organización. 


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Strategic Intent 2011-2020

The Strategic Intent 2011-2020 is the ten year outlook for our organisation and the overarching strategy for the organisation worldwide. It reflects the new challenges for wetland conservation and the increasing relevance of wetland condition to human well-being in today’s world.

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Wetlands International Annual Plan and Budget 2011

This plan sets out Wetlands International’ s priorities for the coming year and translates the Strategic Intent into concrete activities and linked results we aim to achieve by the end of the year. The Strategic Intent has a ‘rolling’ character which means that it is reviewed and consequently updated every 5 years, refreshing the 10-year outlook in the middle of its lifespan. A strategy review is currently in progress while the plan for 2011 is being developed. The emergent thinking coming out of this review is, where possible, already incorporated in the annual plan.

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Lesser Flamingo Conservation Action Plan

 Although the most numerous of the world's flamingos, the Lesser Flamingo is classified "Near Threatened" in the 2008 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, indicating it is likely to qualify for a threatened category in the near future. This plan has been officially adopted by the governments that are parties to both the African Eurasian Waterbird Agreement (AEWA) and the COnvention of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS), also known as the Bonn Convention.

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