The World Wetland Network raises awareness of the role of local people in wetland conservation, supports their active involvement and builds their capacity to deliver effective wetland conservation.
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WWN has supported a call to include the Korean Tidal Flats, Getbol, inscribed a…
WWN’s Committee has submitted a letter of concern about a proposal to build bridges…
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WWN Representative for Colombia, Felipe Velasco, has this update on activities in Lake Tota,…
In December, during the strange year 2020, under the global pandemic, the Plurinational Network…
The Convention on Wetlands was signed 50 years ago in Ramsar, Iran. The Convention…
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Type of organisation: NGO Country: Japan Contact: Kozou OshimaWebsite: isahayabay.g2.xrea.com
Regional sub-representative, West Africa Wetlands International Nigeria Country: Nigeria Type of organisation: NGO email@example.com Twitter: @mikeuwagbae
Country: Nigeria Contact: Prince.Olawuyi
Committee member Organisation: Benin Environment and Education Society Country: Benin Type of organisation: CSO Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org djondomax Website: www.bees-ong.org
Type of organisation: NGO Country: India Contact: Dhaval Vargiya Website: mokarsagar.org
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