Focus of work of the Streams for the 16th annual CBFP Meeting of Parties

 

 

As already announced, five streams will be organised for the 16th annual CBFP Meeting of Parties to be held in Kigali on 21-26 November 2016. Together with the partners that have agreed to lead the work of the respective streams, the EU Facilitation of CBFP has identified a set of key issues on which the work of the respective streams should focus.

 

Kindly download in PDF: Focus of work of the Streams for the 16th annual CBFP Meeting of Parties

 

Visit the five stream of the 16th CBFP Meeting of Parties:

Stream

Topic

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Stream Leaders

1

Forest management policies and land use planning

Key Issues Stream 1

WRI and COMIFAC Governance Working Group

2

Conservation and sustainable use of wildlife resources, including fight against wildlife trafficking

Key Issues Stream 2

AWF; GTBAC; CIFOR and WCS

3

Climate Change (Mitigation and Adaptation)

Key Issues Stream 3

World Bank (PRREED+) and COMIFAC Climate Working Group.

4

Sustainable economic development and private sector

Key Issues Stream 4

ATIBT, FAO

5

Promoting knowledge-based decision-making

Key Issues Stream 5

ACCBFP

 

 

 

If you are interested in participating in the 16th Meeting of Parties of CBFP and related events, please register at the latest by 20 September 2016 by completing the Registration and clicking on the button "register".

 

 

For more Information, please contact:

Dr. Dany DOGMO POKEM 
Communications and Liaison Manager - Technical Coordinator for the Congo Basin Forest Partnership (CBFP)
E-mail: dany.pokem@pfbc-cbfp.org

 

And Mme Caroline Rose 
Email : caroline.rose@agreco.be

 

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