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    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    RESSOURCE Project
    SWM Sahelian Wetlands Site
    2023
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    The project “Strengthening expertise in sub-Saharan Africa on birds and their rational use for communities and their environment” (RESSOURCE) aims to improve natural resource management in the large Sahelian wetlands where local populations derive many benefits, particularly in terms of food security and local development. It has been established to support communities in conserving wetlands and water birds in five countries. The RESSOURCE Project is being implemented in cooperation with the relevant government authorities in Chad, Egypt, Mali, Senegal and Sudan, and with key technical partners, including: • French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD); • France’s National Agency for Biodiversity (OFB); • European Institute for the Management of Wild Birds and their Habitats (OMPO); • Wetlands International Africa (WIA); • Birdlife International (BI); and • Research Institute Tour du Valat (TdV). The RESSOURCE Project is being funded by the French Facility for Global Environment and the European Union through the Sustainable Wildlife Management (SWM) Programme. The SWM Programme is an initiative from the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States and is being implemented by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD), the Centre for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS).
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    RESSOURCE Project Newsletter, Issue 4 - July to December 2019 2020
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    The project “Strengthening expertise in sub-Saharan Africa on birds and their rational use for communities and their environment” (RESSOURCE) for an Integrated Management of Migratory Waterbirds and Wetlands in Africa, aims to improve natural resource management in the large Sahelian wetlands where local populations derive many benefits, particularly in terms of food security and local development. The RESSOURCE Project has been funded by the French Facility for Global Environment (€1.5 Million), by a FAO Technical Cooperation Programme (equivalent of €430 000) and by the 11th European Development Fund (EDF) through the Sustainable Wildlife Management (SWM) Programme (€2.3 Million). This Project is being implemented in cooperation with the relevant Governments authorities in Chad, Egypt, Mali, Senegal and Sudan; and with key technical partners, including: • French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD); • France’s National Agency for Wildlife and Hunting Management (ONCFS); • European institute for the management of wild birds and their habitats (OMPO); • Wetlands International Africa (WIA); • Birdlife International (BI); • Research Institute Tour du Valat (TdV) The RESSOURCE Project is part of the SWM Programme. The SWM Programme is a seven-year African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) initiative that is funded (€45 Million) by the European Union through the 11th European Development Fund. This biannual RESSOURCE newsletter will be informing our donors and partners about the main highlights and results in the countries. The lay-out of the newsletter is in line with the SWM Visual Handbook.
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    RESSOURCE Project Newsletter, Issue 8 - July to December 2021 2022
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    The project “Strengthening expertise in sub-Saharan Africa on birds and their rational use for communities and their environment” (RESSOURCE) for an Integrated Management of Migratory Waterbirds and Wetlands in Africa, aims to improve natural resource management in the large Sahelian wetlands where local populations derive many benefits, particularly in terms of food security and local development. Co-funded by the French Global Environment Facility and the European Union, the project is the Sahelian component of the Sustainable Wildlife Management Programme (SWM Programme), an initiative of the Organization of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS). This Project is being implemented in cooperation with the relevant Governments authorities in Chad, Egypt, Mali, Senegal and Sudan; and with key technical partners, including: • French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD); • France’s National Agency for Wildlife and Hunting Management (ONCFS); • European institute for the management of wild birds and their habitats (OMPO); • Wetlands International Africa (WIA); • Birdlife International (BI); • Research Institute Tour du Valat (TdV) This exciting biannual RESSOURCE newsletter informs our donors and partners about the main highlights and results in the countries.

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