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2011 At a Glance

As an organisation, Wetlands International made big strides forward in 2011. These will help us achieve the goals of our new 10-year Strategic Intent (2011-2020). With the seal of good governance from the Dutch Central Bureau on Fundraising under our belt, and growing recognition of our distinctive approach and niche, we proudly share with you some highlights of 2011. Enjoy the read!

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Annual Review 2010

Our annual review provides a great and global overview of all our achievements, our projects, our publications and other products, our donors and our financial situation.




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Annual Report 2010

The Annual Report 2010 of Wetlands International Africa summarises the projects and achievements of our Africa team over 2010. There is a French and English version.

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Annual Review 2009

The review charts the main achievements, as well as projects, finance and publications of Wetlands International during 2009. Furthermore, it highlights our work in relation to the Copenhagen Climate summit and a personal story from one of our projects. New this year is also our Climate Neutrality Report, as promised in last year’s Annual Review.





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Rapport Annuel 2009 (Afrique)

Nous avons décidé d’en faire une tradition pour partager avec vous les secrets et les angoisses des zones humides, pour vous inviter à nous rejoindre dans cette formidable aventure de conservation de la vie sur terre pour les générations futures. Nous avons le plaisir de vous présenter le rapport annuel 2009. We have chosen to make it a tradition to share with you the secrets and the problems of  wetlands and we invite you to join us in this great adventure of preserving life on Earth for future generations.  It is our pleasure to present to you the 2009 annual report.

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Indonesia Programme's Summary 2005-2009

This publication is a 5-year overview of the activities of the Wetlands International Indonesia Programme (WI-IP). Wetlands International Indonesia Programma (WI-IP) is part of the global network of Wetlands International, working at global, regional, national and local levels to achieve the goals of conservation and wise use of wetlands, as a contribution to the realisation of sustainable development. Its mission is:  to sustain and conserve wetlands, including their resources and biodiversity for future generations. To achieve this mission, WI-IP does and will continue to work together with all relevant elements of society and government, including educational institutions, media and the private sector. 

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Ringkasan Profil Kegiatan

Wetlands International (WI-IP) adalah bagian dari jaringan global Wetlands International, yang merupakan Organisasi Non-Pemerintah dan bekerja secara global, regional, nasional hingga lokal untuk mencapai tujuan konservasi dan pemanfaatan lahan basah secara bijaksana, sebagai bentuk sumbangan bagi terwujudnya pembangunan secara berkelanjutan.  WI-IP, semula bernama Asian Wetlands Bureau (AWB-IP) telah beroperasi di Indonesia sejak tahun 1987 atas dasar Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) antara Wetlands International dengan Pemerintah Indonesia c.q. Departemen Kehutanan c.q. Direktur Jenderal PHKA.

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Rapport Annuel 2008 - Wetlands International Afrique

Ce rapport annuel de Wetlands International Afrique retrace les activités et les réalisations de l'année 2008. Il n'est disponible qu'en français et en version électronique pour cette édition.
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Annual Review 2008

The Annual Review 2008 charts the main achievements, as well as projects, finance and publications of Wetlands International during 2008. Furthermore, it highlights our work in relation to climate change adaptation and on incentive mechanisms for community-based wetland management. As you can read in the Achievements and projects sections of this review, Wetlands International was highly active in all regions during 2008. The outcomes that we achieved in 2008 are important in themselves, but most are just steps towards much longer-term goals to bring about lasting benefits to people and nature. 

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