We invite you to view the online summary of our Results 2015 describing our achievements over the past year and information on our main goals for 2016: Wetlands International Results 2015
Our key breakthroughs in 2015 were:
- Certification for responsible soy production improved to safeguard wetlands in Argentina
- Mangroves of the Saloum delta in Senegal now valued and protected by local communities
- Improved flood prediction in Mali’s Inner Niger Delta
- Wetlands recovered in the desert at Guanacache, Argentina
- Plans for massive restoration of peatlands announced by government of Indonesia
In 2016 we will:
- Launch a global campaign called ‘Coasts Count’ to mobilise conservation action for key coastal wetlands.
- Start to implement two new 5-year partnership programmes in cooperation with the Dutch government to build resilient communities in developing countries affected by water-related natural disasters and to integrate water resource management with WASH provision.
- Extend the implementation of the Building with Nature programme to safeguard a highly eroding coast in Central Java, Indonesia; and explore the potential to adopt the innovative approach along vulnerable coasts and deltas elsewhere.
- Support and guide water and natural resource related decision-making by the governments of Mali and Guinea in the Upper Niger Basin to enhance climate resilience, food and water security, and to safeguard the Inner Niger Delta.
- Catalyse global, regional and national action to conserve and restore peatlands in collaboration with governments, civil society and the private sector.