Resources

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Theater for Inner Delta

Wetlands International Mali produced a theatre play with popular comedians to raise awareness about sustainable management of resources in the Inner Niger River Delta, particularly […]

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Bio-rights in the Mali Inner Niger Delta, Part 1

In the Inner Niger Delta of Mali, through the ” What If We Change” project, Wetlands International is undertaking a Bio-rights approach. We use micro-credits […]

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Mali Akka forest restoration story

One of the greatest successes in the field of ecosystem restoration is the Akka-Goun forest in Mali. This ecosystem which had been totally destroyed by […]

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Drought report 1 (Inner Niger Delta, Mali)

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Restoring the Dentaga forest in the Inner Niger Delta, Mali

Since January 2012, Mali is facing a war waged by the Tuareg separatists and the Islamists who are occupying the northern part of the country. […]

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The birds are here but the Dentaga forest is disappearing (Inner Niger Delta, Mali)

The Dentaga flooding forest is one of the largest sites receiving migratory birds in the Niger River inner delta. Because of war, it became a […]

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Manatee Monitoring Training Module: Intro to Morphometric and Cranial Measurements

This is the first of two modules on Manatee Monitoring Training Module and provides a training on how Methods to Manatee Monitoring Training Module – […]

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Manatee Monitoring Training Module, Methods to Estimate Numbers: Sightings Scanning and Telemetry

This is the second of two modules on Manatee Monitoring Training Module and provides a training on how Methods to Estimate Numbers: Sightings Scanning and […]

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Jaltantra: Floodplains for livelihoods and biodiversity in North Bihar (short)

This video tells the story how biodiversity, livelihoods and wetland management are interlinked in the North Bihar, India. Endikements, roads and other development do not […]

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How to stop sand in Inner Niger Delta

Sobé and other villages in the Mali River Niger Inner Delta are threatened by the desert’s sand which is coming also in the Debo Lake. […]