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Renforcement de la visibilité des projets à travers le Sketch et la poésie.
These 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) present numerous challenges to be adjusted in favor of a fairer, an equitable and sustainable world. These objectives can only be achieved through the full commitment and mobilization of each and every one to this noble task, so essential for the future. As a citizen of the world, everyone is called upon to mobilize himself and work towards this. The reason for the production of this inclusive document is to insure that, no one is left out. This is fundamental because, it creat awareness of these issues among people with disabilities and more impor...
See Page 2 about: Inauguration of the Community Environment Center of Dulombe , in Bafata region.
A study of the Jamaican Hutia (Geocapromys brownii), which was inclusive of field work, was conducted to determine the population size of Jamaican Hutia in the selected area and also to use field findings, to aid in the preparation of a Conservation Management Plan for the species.
As part of its community empowerment and outreach and specifically, its facilitation of establishment and enhancement of the community tourism product around the National Park, JCDT is preparing plans for the Rio Grande Valley as this historic and biologically rich area has great opportunities for ecotourism but little planning. JCDT is preparing a general and site specific plans for the management of sustainable community tourism within the Rio Grande Valley.
Report on the status of the forest ecosystems in the targeted areas inclusive of plant plus animals’ species and cultural heritage values present, condition of the forest ecosystem (inclusive of threats to the ecosystem)
Conservation Management Plans (CMPs) are important tools that allow managers of protected area to understand the ecological values of an area of interest in detail, and how the values can be best conserved given the particular management context of the place.
Conservation and Visitor Management Plan has highlighted areas within the Upper and Lower Rio Grande Valley, which have the potential or are currently engaging in ecotourism activities. Information presented, reveals current and potential negative impacts to the natural and cultural resources present
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